Welcome to the Pacific Coast branch of A.P.O.C.

apocThe Association of Postal Officials of Canada (APOC) is a bargaining unit accredited by the Canada Industrial Relations Board representing employees who supervise the processing and delivery of mail, the corporate sales team, and employees who oversee mail conveyance across Canada.

APOC has approximately 3,400 members from 28 branches across the country.

Message From The Branch President …

steve26 January 2017

The expiry date for the current Collective agreement is March 31, 2018.

Our APOC national office is preparing for negotiations with the corporation. The west is represented in the negotiation committee by Dana LeBlanc. The negotiation committee asks that members submit “requests to the APOC bargaining team” (this document is available in forms). This is our opportunity to amend current articles or propose new articles and an opportunity to make ourselves heard. All requests submitted will be reviewed locally and submitted to our national office.

Please scan and forward completed forms to gustard@apoc-aopc.com, or bring them to the next meeting on February 15.

Steve Gustard

NEWS, ANNOUNCEMENTS, & UPDATES …

APOC Scholarship Program

The APOC scholarship application deadline has been extended to January 15, 2017. This scholarship program is open to all dependent children, including adopted children, step children, and wards in legal guardianship of permanent active employees of APOC.

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New Collective Agreement

The new collective agreement between Canada Post and the Association of Postal Officials of Canada is now available online. The agreement can be found on Intrapost. From the top menu bar, click on Internal Services Labour Relations

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Interest Arbitration Award

Arbitrator Lorne Slotnick issued his interest arbitration award on January 11, 2016. The issue put before him was whether Canada Post employees newly moved into the APOC bargaining unit should bring their corporation-wide seniority with them. The

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