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Day: May 18, 2018

The right to live and learn in peace must not dim

The right to live and learn in peace must not dim Topics in this post: EI condemns the use of lethal force that resulted in the deaths of dozens of Palestinian protesters and the scores of injured, including children, on…

Pink Triangle committee member receives Key to the City of Toronto

Susan Gapka, a member of both CUPE National and CUPE Ontario Pink Triangle committees, has a new tool to open doors for people too often excluded: a Key to the City of Toronto. This week, Gapka was awarded the key by…

MENA: Textile unions continue to progress in organizing and bargaining

18.05.2018 IndustrtiALL Global Union‘s textile and garment affiliates from MENA region’s main producer countries Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia and Morocco reported tangible progress in organizing and collective bargaining at a meeting at Tunisian capital, Tunis, on 3-4 May 2018. With renewed…

DowDuPont: Don’t Spin Off Worker Rights!

Members of IndustriALL-affiliated trade unions representing DowDuPont workers in North and South America, Europe and Asia, are facing great upheaval as the newly merged company splits into three separate segments. The demand is to have a seat at the decision-making…

Iraqi electricity workers win inclusion for 150,000 precarious workers

18.05.2018 Recent strike action by 30,000 Iraqi electricity workers employed on precarious contracts has lead the government to concede and provide 150,000 public workers from all sectors with the same pension and social security rights as permanent workers. The electricity workers…

Germany: Standing ovation for dismissed Deliveroo shop stewards as DGB Congress pledges solidarity and support for rights in the platform economy

Two young workers dismissed from their jobs after fighting to form a works council at the food delivery platform Deliveroo received standing ovations on June 16 at the 2018 Congress of the German Trade Union Confederation (DGB) in Berlin. One…

Media Resources | Save Canada Post

“Liberals, Bring Back Our Home Delivery for the Holidays,” Union Urges For Immediate Release – Judy Foote, the Minister of Public Services and Procurement, told the Journal de Montréal today that she cannot confirm that those who have lost their…

Send your MP a message – Support Postal Banking

Canada needs a postal bank. Thousands of rural towns and villages in our country do not have a bank, but many of them have a post office that could provide financial services. As well, nearly two million Canadians desperately need…

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This is an action alert list for those who care about postal banking and are willing to share online content promoting this idea. Let’s reach out to all Canadians and put pressure on decision makers to do the right thing!…

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Language English Post administrations around the world, including Canada Post, have seen traditional mail volumes decline in recent years. Many post offices have added or expanded financial services to lessen their dependence on declining mail volumes and revenues. Postal banking…

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CUPW – Support Postal Banking

Canada needs a postal bank. Thousands of rural towns and villages in our country do not have a bank, but many of them have a post office that could provide financial services. As well, nearly two million Canadians desperately need…