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After struggling through two years of COVID, a new and highly virulent strain has exploded onto the scene. As numbers continue to skyrocket across the globe, this new Omicron variant has made its inevitable emergence into the post office. For those who've been watching the news, case numbers in the Province of Ontario are hitting new daily highs and increasing at rates higher than tracking models can follow... It is important we protect ourselves and each other, so please CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE NOTICE.


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2021.08.05 - Unanimous Recommendation

Hamilton Executive Unanimously Recommends YES to Tentative Agreements

RE: Proposed Collective Agreements for Urban and RSMC Units

At its July 29th executive meeting, the Hamilton Local discussed the proposed Collective Agreements for the Urban and RSMC bargaining units. After considerable discussion and reflection, it is the unanimous recommendation of the Hamilton Local Executive to support adoption of the 2 year contracts for Urban and RSMC Members...

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Terry Langley,
Hamilton Local 548