Standing with our Sisters

On May 5, the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, we honour the missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls across Turtle Island. It is chilling testament of colonialism that these sisters are taken and murdered on such a scale. Colonial tradition encourages police to look the other way…

CUPW Denounces Back-to-Work Legislation, Stands in Solidarity with CUPE 375 Port of Montreal Workers

The Canadian Union of Postal Workers condemns the Federal Government’s back-to-work legislation which undermines striking dock workers at the Port of Montreal rights to free and fair collective bargaining. “Back-to-work legislation accomplishes one thing – putting more power into the hands of the employers,” says Jan Simpson, CUPW National President. “Postal workers know this all…

Mourning and Anxiety for Workers in Peel Region

Toronto – As the Toronto local of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers commemorates co-workers lost to COVID-19, workers all across Peel want to know when someone will intervene in their pandemic nightmare. Preparing to lay commemorative wreaths at two hard-hit workplaces – Gateway Mail Processing Plant in Mississauga and South Central MPP in Toronto…