Canada Post removes the condition of binding arbitration from its latest proposal

2018/11/19

CUPW has formally declined the offer made this morning, and we understand based on the most recent CUPW bulletin that they are “Rejecting Binding Arbitration”.

In response, Jessica McDonald, Chair of the Board of Directors and Interim President and CEO of Canada Post, has reached out directly to Mike Palecek, National President of CUPW, to remove the condition of binding arbitration from our latest proposal of a cooling-off period.

Every other element of our offer, including the special payment of up to $1,000 for CUPW-represented employees, remains valid until 5 pm ET today.

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