Negotiations Update Bulletin -May 2, 2011

Negotiations Update Bulletin

May 2, 2011

Just an update on last week’s happenings.

Your negots team members were in direct negotations last week with Air Canada. We exchanged agendas with the Company and sought some clarity on their items, as they did ours.

Early this week, both the Union and the Company agenda should be . . . → Read More: Negotiations Update Bulletin -May 2, 2011

Letter to Scott Morey, VP Labour Relations, Air Canada

April 18, 2011

Mr. Scott Morey

Vice President –Labour Relations Air Canada Air Canada Centre 1263 P.O. Box 14000, Station Airport Dorval, Quebec H4Y 1H4

Subject: Maintenance of Activities – Section 87.4, Canada Labour Code – TMOS, Finance and Clerical Bargaining Units

Dear Mr. Morey:

Maintenance of Activities

87.4 (1) During a strike or lockout . . . → Read More: Letter to Scott Morey, VP Labour Relations, Air Canada

Airline’s president’s pay hike called ‘a slap in the face’ -Montreal Gazette

From the Montreal Gazette

MONTREAL – A union president leading tough contract talks on behalf of 11,000 of his members sent Air Canada president Calin Rovinescu a blistering letter this week calling his compensation hike “a personal insult and a slap in the face to all our members.”

In the letter obtained by The Gazette, . . . → Read More: Airline’s president’s pay hike called ‘a slap in the face’ -Montreal Gazette

Bulletin: Airport & Cargo Shop Committee

All Members Re: Day of RO

The company has issued a bulletin informing our members of the availability of day of RO. We would advise our members to think long and hard about the ramifications of accepting or asking for day of RO. Who do you think will pick up the slack when people start . . . → Read More: Bulletin: Airport & Cargo Shop Committee

Letter to Calin Rovinescu

April 12, 2011

Mr. Calin Rovinescu President and Chief Executive Officer Air Canada Air Canada Centre 7373 Côte-Vertu Blvd. West Saint-Laurent, Quebec H4S 1Z3 By fax: 514-422-4945

Dear Mr. Rovinescu:

After reviewing this morning’s news, I felt compelled to write to you to regarding the reported increase in your “total compensation” of nearly 77%, which . . . → Read More: Letter to Calin Rovinescu