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The final article by Rosemary Warskett explores how federal public sector unions have responded to demands for concessions, new authoritarian restrictions on workplace organizing and job actions, and how contrasting structures and strategic choices by Canada's two largest federal public sector unions (the Canadian Union of Postal Workers and the Public Service Alliance of Canada) have resulted in contrasting levels of resistance, success, and politicization.
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) has slammed the Crown corporations, Canada Post, for a lockout of employees, calling it "totally irresponsible" when it suspended mail operations across the country.
Despite many logistical hurdles the CBG was given a significant boost by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers.
During a strike of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, for example, six union representatives--four men and two women--agreed to meet to discuss strategy.
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) voted in late September to go on strike if a contract settlement was not reached.
Nasdaq: TFSM), announced the formation of a special task force to help direct mail marketers quickly and efficiently convert direct mail campaigns to permission-based email, in the event of a strike by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW).
However, if a settlement is not reached by Friday, June 17, between Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, the U.
Accordingly, the Canadian Union of Postal Workers and the CAW issued a joint statement in the spring of 2009 calling on Canada Post to ensure that the new trucks be made by unionized Canadian workers.