April 2021

Highlights for this edition:

1. Executive Elections - Voting Times & Candidate Information
2. Negotiations 2022 - The 97 Demands Proposed By Our Local
3. Building Power To Win - An Update From The Floor
4. Bill MacDonald Memoriam - Remembering A Pioneer Postal Worker

March 2021

Highlights for this edition:

1. President’s Report - No Struggle, No Victory
2. Building Power To Win - Negotiations 2022
3. Amazon Will Destroy Our Future
4. CPC Pandemic Negligence

February 2021

Highlights for this edition:

1. Intro to CUPW/Unionism Webinar
2. Building Power to Win - Negotiations 2022
3. CUPW Vs. the Epoch Times
4. Bullying, Depression, and Fighting Back

December 2020

Highlights for this edition:

1. President’s Report - The Year of the Wildcat
2. Kenney’s Anti-Worker Austerity
3. Workplace Bullying
4. Ending Violence Against Women - Remembering Dec 6, 1989

October 2020

Highlights for this edition:

1. Defiance Mobilization Programme
2. Fighting Bill 32
3. No Boss Is Your Friend
4. American Postal Worker Wildcat Strike

September 2020

Highlights for this edition:

1. Arbitration 2020
2. Unions & Anti-Racism
3. Direct Action Delivers Depot 2 Parking
4. Attacking The Trades In Alberta (CESSCO Pickets)
5. Kenney's War On Unions

June 2020

We have staffing issues in the plant, constant bullying and harassment throughout our workfloors, wage stagnation, unequal pay for the RSMCs, and an astronomical injury rate among letter carriers. And instead of dealing with any of these things... CPC puts up a banner. I don’t want your praise. I want a raise. I don’t need a cape. I need a contract!

April 2020

Before you dig into this issue, please be aware that it was nearly on its way to the printer the week C19 hit Alberta. Much has happened since, but we've decided to publish the issue we have ready. Highlights include:

1. Job action reports
2. Organizing campaign updates
3. New Exec members say hello

February 2020

In our Dec 2019 issue, a bully supervisor was called out. In response, EMPP management began confiscating any issues left lying around, claiming that the article bullied CPC. The cover of this month's issue is a tribute to CPCs complete obliviousness. Instead of wasting time collecting, and throwing away our newsletter, CPC should spend more time addressing the behavior of their supervisor.....