We have a pay equity resolution!

Canada Post and the Canadian Postmasters and Assistants Association (CPAA) are pleased to have reached a settlement to resolve a longstanding pay equity dispute.

The agreement pertains to pay rates for CPAA-represented employees from September 1992 to March 1997. The parties reached a settlement with the assistance of an independent mediator who has experience in pay equity disputes. The settlement requires the approval of the Canadian Human Rights Commission before it can be finalized and implemented.

A joint committee consisting of representatives from both Canada Post and CPAA will move quickly to implement the settlement, pending approval from the Canadian Human Rights Commission.

More information and details will follow shortly, including instructions for eligible current and former employees about how to apply for payment.

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Lobby Day 2018

Eleven members of the CPAA Board of Directors standing in front of the Eternal Flame, Parliament Hill, Ottawa

On Wednesday, October 17th, 2018, a few days before the second hour of debate on Irene Mathyssen’s Private Members’ Bill (M-166), our CPAA Board of Directors took time during the regular Board meeting to go to Parliament Hill. We wanted to get support to restore postal banking, but also to talk about many other rural post office issues…

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