District Bulletin #44 -AIR CANADA REVISED DRUG AND ALCOHOL POLICY

TO ALL IAMAW AIR CANADA MEMBERS AIR CANADA REVISED DRUG AND ALCOHOL POLICY

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

The IAM has been working in collaboration with the AC Council of Unions (ACPA CUPE, Unifor and CALDA) in response to Air Canada’s Drug and Alcohol Policy. We have significant concerns regarding the Policy, its expectations and obligations . . . → Read More: District Bulletin #44 -AIR CANADA REVISED DRUG AND ALCOHOL POLICY

ALL MEMBERS OF THE IAM MULTI-EMPLOYER PENSION PLAN (MEPP) (CANADA) -PERSONAL CONTACT INFORMATION AND ADDRESS -District Bulletin #43

ALL MEMBERS OF THE IAM MULTI-EMPLOYER PENSION PLAN (MEPP) (CANADA) -PERSONAL CONTACT INFORMATION AND ADDRESS

 Brothers and Sisters, 

This bulletin is a reminder that all members of the IAMAW Multi-Employer Pension Plan (Canada) (MEPP) should always ensure that their contact information and mailing address is up to date and current with the plan administrator. 

All . . . → Read More: ALL MEMBERS OF THE IAM MULTI-EMPLOYER PENSION PLAN (MEPP) (CANADA) -PERSONAL CONTACT INFORMATION AND ADDRESS -District Bulletin #43

September 2018 Issue of Contact

In this issue: President’s Message Airport’s & Cargo Shop Committee Report Upcoming Events Health & Safety Report Political Action Committee Local Lodge 2323 and the Labour Movement Retired Members District 140 Bulletin #41 In Memoriam

September Issue of Contact

Air Canada Grievance Settlements -District 140 Bulletin #42

TO ALL IAMAW MEMBERS AIR CANADA GRIEVANCE YUL SETTLEMENTS

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

A third level meeting was held Friday, September 7th with Air Canada Labor Relations to address a multitude of grievances. In attendance along with myself was Brother Paul Lefebvre (General Chairperson for the central region), Brothers Dave Griffitts and Martin Piette (Airports . . . → Read More: Air Canada Grievance Settlements -District 140 Bulletin #42

Help Needed for IAM Members Affected by Hurricane Florence -IAMAW

September 18, 2018

Just days after Florence slammed into the North Carolina coast, the monstrous storm’s havoc continues to spread across much of the eastern United States. With a toll of more than 30 lives lost and floodwaters rising, it will take months to assess the brunt of its impact.

Hurricane victims include Machinists . . . → Read More: Help Needed for IAM Members Affected by Hurricane Florence -IAMAW