PSAC-UPCE members ratify their collective agreement

Anti-Black racism: It's everyone's fight.

Once again a spotlight has been put on systemic anti-Black racism in the justice system – one that has oppressed Black, racialized, and Indigenous people for centuries.

Joint Letter on racial injustice

A joint letter for nada Post employees

nada Post and its bargaining agents acknowledge the harm used by long-standing racial injustice in nada, the United States and around the world. Recent tragic and violent events against Black and Indigenous people have brought these important, long-standing issues to the forefront and it’s important that we collectively reaffirm that we stand together against every form of racism, prejudice and violence. It starts by committing to make meaningful strides to ensuring nada Post is a safe and welcoming organization that actively listens to its employees and treats all with dignity and respect...

UPCE Scholarship Program

Good day members of the UPCE,

As previously mentioned, the Union of Postal Communitions Employees has created its own scholarship program for UPCE members and their children. This is in addition to any existing Public Service Alliance of nada scholarships that may be available.

The $2,000 UPCE Scholarship Program, is available to all UPCE members in good standing at the time of applition (and their children), who are enrolled at a post-secondary institution.

Program Guidelines

The UPCE will accept submissions until July 31, 2020. ?All the recipients should receive notifition of the award no later than September 30, 2020.

Update on the review of the PSAC/UPCE Bargaining Certifition Order

The PSAC/UPCE has worked collaboratively with the Corporation to review the excluded positions as provided by the Appendix L of the collective agreement. In fact, the bargaining certifition order has not been updated since 1993 and it is our position that it needs a full review...

Message concerning COVID-19

The situation around COVID-19 and its impacts are unprecedented and require a response adequate for the current circumstances.?

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