United in Protecting the Rights of Postal Officials

Helping Secure a Better
Work Life for Mail Service Employees

United in Protecting the Rights of Postal Officials

Helping Secure a Better Work Life for Mail Service Employees

Experienced Labour Relations Professionals at Your Service

At the APOC York Branch, we are committed to assisting postal officials within the Greater Toronto Area in defending their rights and ensuring their well-being at work. Count on our worker representatives to help you communicate and resolve job-related issues.

Who We Fight For

Our organization represents various postal workers, such as:

About Our Team

Our branch at Unionville, ON is composed of skilled professionals who are experienced in handling a wide variety of labour relations situations. These individuals are the following:

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Wayne Burey T/H/M Vice-president

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Stone Blemano WLPP Vice-president

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Jennifer Dimeo SLPP Vice-president

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Sharon Griffith Sales/Serve Vice-president

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Dillon Lumsden Delivery Vice-president

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Kathleen Rogers Secretary/Treasurer

Our Trade Union

The Association of Postal Officials of Canada (APOC) is a bargaining unit certified by the Canada Industrial Relations Board to represent OP-1 to OP-3 and SL1-S:5 members who supervise the employees who oversees the processes involved in moving Canada mail. Our entire organization currently has around 3400 members in 28 branches across the country. The largest group is located in the York district of Toronto, while the smallest one is based in Prince Edward Island.

Our union employs a progressive approach to labor relations. APOC strongly advocates for the use of Alternate Dispute Resolution and Interest-Based Negotiating instead of the traditional methods.

Our Governing Body

APOC is headed by the national executive, which consists of the following full-time positions:

These officers manage our trade union alongside nine divisional vice presidents who will also work in positions within the Canada Post Corporation. All these positions are elected every three years at our national convention.

Connect With Us

If you need an expert labour relations professional by your side, reach out to us today. We would gladly assist you with your raising your job-related concerns at work.