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London CUPW(566)
Ontario Region

920 Leathorne St., Suite 3 & 4
London, ON N5Z 3M5

tel : (519) 672-4417
fax : (519) 672-9420

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When: Thursday, June 11th at 7:00PM
Where: Oakridge Presbytarian Church located at 970 Oxford St. W, London.

This event is wheelchair accessible.

Invited guests are:
  • Ed Holder,MP (London West - Conservative Party)
  • Matthew Rowlinson (NDP candidate for London West)
  • Kate Young (Liberal candidate for London West)
  • Susan Truppe, MP (London North Centre - Conservative Party)
  • London City Councillors,
  • Andrew Paterson, Municipal Engagement Director (Canada Post)
  • Deepak Chopra, CEO (Canada Post)

Come and join us to discuss about the elmination of door-to-door mail delivery in your area
(N6H and N6G).

Litter, theft, snow removal, property values, people with disabilities. These are all issues that will be discussed.

Canada Post recently reported a $194 million dollar profit for 2014 but they still plan on cutting door-to-door mail service.
As Canada Post acknowledges, these profits are built on growth in parcels, postage rate increase, and reduced benefit costs for workers. The profits are not credited to door-to-door delivery cuts.
“It’s time for Canada Post to truly listen to the people.”


We had a great turnout from the public attending the Save Door-to-Door community town hall meeting.

Issues brought up at the meeting:
  • Property values.
  • Property taxes going up due to the implementation of the CMB's. Download of costs to the city.
  • People that have heritage homes.
  • Litter and snow removal.
  • Concerns from seniors and people with disabilities.
town-hall-pic-one (21K)town-hall-pic-three (22K)Councillor Michael Van Holst


There are 208 CUPW Locals. At the Local level, members create bylaws, elect local officers, decide on local activities, and appoint delegates to Regional Conferences and National Convention.

Every four years, Local delegates meet at a National Convention where they decide on the union’s activities and policies. At Convention, delegates elect national and regional representatives, including trustees and committee members. CUPW’s national constitution and policies are the result of convention decisions.

National Executives:

National President - Mike Palecek
1st Vice President - Jan Simpson
2nd Vice President - Dave Bleakney
3rd Vice President - George Floresco
4th Vice President - Martin Champagne
Secretary Treasurer - Bev Collins
National Grievance Officer - Peter Denley

Regional Executives for Ontario Region:

National Director - Gerry Deveau
Education and Organization Officer - Shelley Sillers
Regional Grievance Officer - Wally Polishcuk
Union Representative - Jim Morris
Union Representative - Debbie Carmichael
Union Representative - Tom Garbatt
Union Representative - Mark Platt

Photo's from the CUPW National Convention
Save Canada Post Rally in Toronto - May 7, 2015.

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Regional Education & Organization Officer, Shelly Sillers
& President Local 566,Dean Woronoski

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National CUPW Media Release (March 27/2015):
Canada Post's Massive 2014 Profit Confirms:
No Need to Withdraw Door-to-door Delivery

Conservative Ed Holder, MP (London West) and
Conservative Susan Truppe, MP (London North Centre)
Unaddressed Admail Sent Out This Week.

Conservative Ed Holder, MP (London West) and Conservative Susan Truppe, MP (London North Centre) both voted for the elimination of door to door mail delivery in Canada. This week we sent out a mailing that was delivered to households in Ed Holder and Susan Truppe's area.

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Our new location is:
920 Leathorne Street, Unit 3 & 4,
London, ON N5Z 3M5

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CUPW London Local 566 Press Release
February 8, 2015(pdf)

Save Door-to-door Campaign Ramps Up!
(Saturday, January 17th, 2015)

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Volunteers headed out on the London streets to talk to the public about the CMB's being installed in their area. We wanted to let them know that they have a voice and to contact their local city councillor. There will be more campaigning to come. Please check the events calendar for more dates.

University of Western Ontario Students Make a Video on Home Delivery

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Great 3 minute video about the impact on seniors of converting home mail delivery to community mailboxes. Produced by Gerontology in Practice students at University of Western Ontario.

Canada Post Makes Announcement In Regards to CMB's for London
(November 25th, 2014)

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Canada Post Corporation just announced this morning at depot #1 and depot #4 that they would end door-to-door delivery by the end of 2015.


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