National Day of Mourning on April 28th, 2021

Toronto Local will be observing National Day of Mourning on April 28th, 2021, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and loss of life of our co workers and all the workers who lost their lives.

Sisters and Brothers, 

Toronto Local will be observing National Day of Mourning on April 28th, 2021, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and loss of life of our co workers and all the workers who lost their lives.

We the workers, do not have the luxury to work from home. We are proud to serve the public during this crisis. We are encouraging the members to come out at the main entrance on Eglington Ave of Gateway MPP by the bus stop at 10 am for 10 minutes to show the respect of our fallen members.

On the same day we are encouraging members to come out at the main entrance of SCLPP on Eastern Ave by the bus stop at 12 noon for 10 minutes to show the respect for our fallen members.

Please be socially distanced and wear a mask. For all other work locations, we are encouraging the membership to go outside for 10 minutes at 10 o'clock to show their solidarity. Please share the pictures with Sister Marsh.

10 minutes represents 10 days sick pay for all workers who are not entitled to get paid and be able to stay home and recover The Local will be placing a wreath at the both Plants to show the public that "A postal worker has died here" 

In Solidarity  

 

Qaiser Maroof                                                                      Jane Marsh

President                                                                            4th Vice President

CUPW Toronto Local

April 21, 2021

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In Solidarity,
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CUPW, Toronto Local
(416)241-0189

 

METRO TORONTO WOMEN’S RETREAT

MAY 24TH THROUGH MAY 26th 2024 

 Applications are due back to the Region by:

April 10th, 2024

The Metro Toronto Region is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for the upcoming Women’s Retreat being offered at the:

DEERHURST RESORT, Muskoka

 

We will be exploring many issues as well as celebrating our strengths!

 

Please note that members on WSIB or STDP are not eligible to apply.  

 

Also please note that members who previously attended the women’s retreat in November 2022 will NOT be eligible to attend.

 

Please ensure that you complete a legible application form and return it by FAX to the Metro Toronto Region by, Wednesday April 10, 2024.

 

We look forward to hearing from you.

In Solidarity

 

Bonnie Pollard                                                 Joanne Leader

Regional Union Representative                          Regional Grievance Officer

Metro Toronto Region                                       Metro Toronto Region

CUPW                                                             CUPW

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