Government stole rights to negotiate fair contract

It has been three weeks since CUPW members were legislated back.

Dear Sir,

It has been three weeks since CUPW members were legislated back.

It was with great disappointment when the Canadian government stole OUR rights to negotiate a fair contract. It is a sad day when we’re railroaded back to work.

At NO time did the union want to do a full blown strike while negotiating, however Canada Post Corporation made a decision to lockout CUPW Members causing hardship to OUR customers and the members.

The union would like to thank the public, our allies and NDP for all the overwhelming support that they’ve shown at such a stressful time.

Thanks,

Fern George,

President of Local 836

Terrace, B.C.

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