Sisters, Brothers, Cousins:

As we are all aware Canada Post Management just got enormous bonuses, bonuses that if were not given would wipe of the most of the 748 million dollar deficit. Keep in mind the higher the status the higher the bonuses.  Currently there are over 300 Directors alone, not to mention all the CEO and VP officers. All this on the backs of workers.  When it comes to our issues and money for workers they cry poor mouth.  It is shameful.


We need to stand together in Solidarity and show the big wigs that we are ready to fight.  Managements only job was to ensure that they were out getting contracts to bring in more work and they failed.  They failed badly, to the point that “they” are trying to blame revenue loss as an excuse not to improve our contract.  We call this a load of crap.

On May 30th we are asking our members to have a day of action such as pot lucks, coffee breaks, black tee shirt day, and loads of pictures sent to us showing our solid support of our Negotiators and our Demands.  This will show that WE STAND IN SOLIDARITY, and we demand improvements.

We are counting on the activists to keep Building Worker Power, to show the boss that we are serious about our demands.  If the front line supervisors get bonuses for how dense they are, the workers should get double because of how dedicated we are.  Who does all the work? We do!

In Solidarity


Jane Marsh

4th VP Toronto Local


May 7, 2024

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May 30th Day of Action

We stand in Solidarity,

 We demand improvements!


Sisters, Brothers, Cousins:

Our activists/members are the strength we have on the work floor, when you organize to take back the power it is noticed by the boss.  We own the work floor not management!  Over the past few months with Building Worker Power it was quite noticeable.


Sent on behalf of Pennee Iaboni, OFL Director of Health, Safety and Environment

Hi All,

United Steelworkers (USW) is holding an Canada wide Zoom event on Tuesday, April 16 from 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM EST, celebrating the historic event in Elliott Lake 50 years ago that led to our Occupational Health and Safety Act.

You can access the event here:

Fore further information please email [email protected] or [email protected].

Thank you,


Pennee Koczka Iaboni, MAd.Ed, BA (she/her)

Director of Health, Safety and Environment

Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL)


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