13 January 2020
Postal Talks Extended Till June
OTTAWA—
Up to 70% of what is printed  in Canada goes through the mail
Up to 70% of what is printed in Canada goes through the mail
 Arbitrator in CUPW negotiations granted six-month extension. The Minister of Labour has agreed to extend the arbitration process by six months, to June 30, 2020, at the request of the arbitrator.  Arbitrator Elizabeth MacPherson, whose mandate was set to expire on December 31, 2019, now has until the end of June to deliver two new collective agreements between Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW-Urban and CUPW-RSMC).
Every postal strike pushes more things online
Every postal strike pushes more things online
The two parties have been in arbitration since January of last year.  Arbitrator MacPherson intends to write her decision in May, have it translated in June and table it on deadline.There can be no legal work disruption during the arbitration process. Any were from 60% to 70% of what is printed goes through the mail. The last postal strike was a major hit for the Canadian printing industry. 
 
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