Consultation Minutes
-between-
Canada Post Corporation (CPC)
-and-
Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW)
Re: Arbitrator Hinnegan’s 47.06 Decision
Held on March 29, 2011 at 280 Progress Avenue

CPC CUPW
S. Dyment G. Deveau
G. Ramlochan M. Duquette
D. Carso L. Charles
B. Waloszczyk K. Davison
M. Deabreu G. Fillier
L. Aitchison E. Deschene
C. Beth

CPC: We are not prepared to conduct another volume count at this point. We do not believe that this is what the decision required.

A major concern for our side, is scheduling the volume count within a reasonable amount of time. We would be at least 3-6 months before we can schedule a count.

CUPW: We would like to see a volume count within in the next couple of months.

If you want a deal on damages, the longer this is dragged out the less willing CUPW will be to negotiate a deal on damages.

We are talking about both Scarborough Depot 11 and Scarborough F.

Damages cannot be identified until we can see what the volume count reveals. Then we can determine the number of walks required with the volume count.

CUPW is requesting a volume count date to be provided within 2 weeks. If there is no response within 2 weeks, we will schedule a date in front of the Arbitrator and register the decision with the courts to be Formal and apply to CPC Nationally.

Consultation Adjourned.