CUP-W Issues 72 Hour Notice of Job Action
Prince George, B.C. – The Canadian Union of Postal Workers has issued 72 hour notice of its intentions to start job action.
In its letter to management, CUP-W outlines the job action it plans to take, and while the Union hasn’t gone public yet with those actions, the move does not call for its members to walk off the job.
The Federal Government had called on both the Union and Canada Post to agree to a 24 hour extension of timelines to allow the contract talks to continue. The Union’s strike mandate runs out at midnight tonight.
So with notice now given, job action is set to start at 11:59 pm Sunday August 28th. The union is advising its members that it will l inform everyone if, when and what strike activities will occur.
The union says it will withdraw its notice if Canada Post agrees to an extension of the timelines.