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Canada Post enters binding arbitration with Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW), following labour strike

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In November 2018 Parliament enacted the Postal Services Resumption and Continuation Act (Bill C-89) bringing an end to a strike at Canada Post and requiring the employer and its largest union, the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW), to engage in a binding interest arbitration process to settle the terms of collective agreements for two separate bargaining units. Fasken is representing Canada Post in the binding arbitration. The process, which formally began in January 2019, is ongoing with an arbitration award expected in early 2020.
Fasken advised Canada Post with a team comprised of John Craig (lead counsel), working with Dominique L’Heureux and Jackie VanDerMeulen.

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