Letters

Communiqué from the UPCE National Executives regarding the resignation of Canada Post CEO and the Union's expectations with the choice of the next CEO and the future of the corporation. 

Submission by the PSAC to the Honourable Bill Morneau, Minister of Finance, regarding Bill C-27, an act to amend the pension benefits standard act, 1985.

Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions reply to François Paradis' letter of April 2017 in regards to the contingency plan to fund the Canada Post Pension Plan after the government of Canada relief ends.

Dear members of the UPCE,

It is with great sadness that we share with you that former UPCE National Executive Officer and Union Activist Sister Sharon Tieman passed away on March 30, 2017. 

 

In Memoriam Sharon Tieman

Letter to Minister Bill Morneau requesting action on the Solvency funding exemption for the Canada Post pension plan.

UPCE opinion on the report of the Standing Committee on government Operations regarding Canada Post. Some of the key points are the future of the Pension Plan, Senior executives compensation and postal banking.

A letter to Minister Morneau from the CLC, regarding Bill C-27. The CLC provides their support to the Canadian Unions in requesting the abandon of Bill C-27, which would seriously compromise the value and strength of existing pension plan.

A letter to Minister Morneau from the PSAC regarding Bill C-27. The PSAC request that the government do not proceed with Bill C-27, as it is an attack on the retirement security of workers and retirees in the federal and private sector and Crown corporations.

Announcing that the part-timer's dues will officially be pro-rated on future pay.

Discussion following the Canada Post Pension plan 2015 year-end results. Some of the points are the fact that Canada Post has not set any reserves to meet the funding obligations once the funding reliefs expires and the Senior executives seem focused on shrinking the business versus looking at new ideas for expansion. 

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