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377 Bank Street
Ottawa, Ontario  K2P 1Y3
Canada

Tel: (613) 236-7238
Fax: (613) 563-7861
TTY: (613) 236-9753

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Friday December 10 2004
Congratulations! Welcoming a new child into your family is a wonderful time filled with joy and excitement. But it can also be a stressful time, with so much to do and so many things to think about and prepare. This booklet will help you to navigate your rights as a parent who works for t...
Tuesday August 17 2004
One of the benefits of the RSMCs being contracted in is that you are now covered by the Employment Insurance (EI) program. EI provides benefits to you if you lose your jobs, get sick, take maternity or parental leave, or need to take time off to care for a family member who is dying. This fact she...
Tuesday July 6 2004
Your collective agreement gives you new rights in the event of an injury. If you get injured at work, you are entitled to unpaid injury-on-duty leave and pay through workers' compensation (Article 20). You can get information about provincial workers' compensation boards at: http://www.awcbc.org...
Tuesday July 6 2004
As employees of Canada Post, RSMCs now participate in the Canada Post Corporation Pension Plan (CPCPP). Canada Post contributes to the pension fund on your behalf and deducts your portion of the contributions from your paycheque. Canada Post also pays the employer portion of the Canada or Quebec P...
Sunday June 20 2004
This manual has been produced to assist you in your role as a CUPW shop steward. Read it carefully and carry it with you for easy reference. This manual won't tell you everything you need to know to do your job well, but it is a good start. However, you should also get to know your collective agree...
Wednesday May 12 2004
In January 2004, all Rural and Suburban Mail Carriers (RSMC) received a pay increase and started to be covered by Employment Insurance and the Canada Post Pension Plan. Also, all RSMC started to pay union dues to the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW). Every month, all RSMC pay 1.67% of the w...
Wednesday May 12 2004
Union education is a CUPW priority. It's how we build the union. CUPW education provides basic education to new members on rights and obligations and on the union's history and structure. It trains local activists to represent the membership in the workplace, handle day-to-day administration of ...
Wednesday May 12 2004
RSMC members have health and safety protection for the first time. You are now covered by Part II of the Canada Labour Code (Article 24.01). The Code provides health and safety protection, including: · THE RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE in and monitor health and safety programs in the workplace. ...
Wednesday January 28 2004
Bulletin no.: 2002-2005/175 Pension Advisory Council (PAC) The Pension Advisory Council's 7th meeting was held on January 8, 2004. The new chair of the Council is Louis O'Brien, who is involved in a number of aspects of the corporation but who is probably most familiar as the manager involved in...
Wednesday January 28 2004
File 525-051 To All Local Presidents A new Accident Investigation Report has been developed to assist Local Union Representatives during the accident investigation process, help the Union in gathering complete and accurate accident investigation information, and ensure workers' compensation claim...

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