Tentative Deal In Postal Talks
Agreements in principle have been reached by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers and Canada Post for both the urban and rural bargaining units.
“We can’t give details of the agreements at this time, but we’re pleased that our members don’t have to resort to taking job action,” said Mike Palecek, national president of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers.
The agreements must be ratified by fifty thousand postal workers across the country before they become the new contracts.
The word of the agreement means there will be no job action.