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TO ALL IAMAW MEMBERS AIR CANADA – TMOS NEGOTIATION UPDATE

TO ALL IAMAW MEMBERS AIR CANADA – TMOS NEGOTIATION UPDATE

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Your 2022 Negotiations Committee recently reconvened with the Company for two (2) weeks of bargaining. The week of June 20th in Vancouver and the week of June 27th in Toronto.

These early stages of bargaining have mainly focused on detailed discussion, but some progress has been made. There is a myriad of issues to be addressed, as identified by the Membership in the Bargaining Survey.

Though constrained by the framework of Appendix XXXXIV, your Bargaining Committee remains optimistic that meaningful gains can be achieved. Air Canada has expressed an aspiration to address Member concerns via a ratified agreement.

Busy summer flight schedules, planned vacations and other factors make confirming any further negotiations dates challenging for the moment. We are anxious to continue the process and will schedule more meetings with the Company as soon as conditions allow.

As always, we thank you for your patience, your trust and your support through this process.

In solidarity,

Steve Prinz
DL140

Lou Pagrach
DL140

Paul Hicks
LL2323

Mark Pozzobon
LL2323

Bill Tinsley
LL2323

Gary Doherty
LL2323

Jim Burden
LL764

Craig Chard
LL764

Tar Bachu
LL1681

Rene Grenon
LL1681

Jeff Yumang
LL714

Dave Griffitts
LL1751

Chantale Bordeleau
LL1751

Mitch Warren
LL1763

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BULLETIN ISSUED NO. 027 – JULY 6, 2022 PLEASE COPY, POST AND CIRCULATE

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