Canada Post reaches tentative agreement with PSAC/UPCE


Canada Post has reached a tentative agreement with the Public Service Alliance of Canada/Union of Postal Communications Employees (PSAC/UPCE).

The parties reached the deal over the weekend, after six straight days of bargaining and 13 months of negotiation.

The tentative agreement is subject to a ratification vote by PSAC/UPCE members. If ratified, the new collective agreement would take effect immediately and replace the collective agreement that expired on August 31, 2016.

PSAC/UPCE’s negotiations team will communicate information to its members about the ratification process.


  • K says:

    I guess we received the PSAC calendars to keep track of all the time that is passing before we get to see whatever the so-called deal is and get ourselves a new contract.

  • Sunny says:

    Why there is 2 tiers of standards for canada post employees and why is wages different from for new hires than previously hired

    Looks like no one cares about that!!!

  • G says:

    When is this going to be completed – The tentative agreement was Nov 27-28 2017. I haven’t heard anything from our PSAC/UPCE’s negotiations team about the ratification process.

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