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District Bulletin #42 -AIR CANADA/AVEOS TRANSITION BUMPING AND LAYOFFS

TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE IAMAW AIR CANADA – TMOS AIR CANADA/AVEOS TRANSITION BUMPING AND LAYOFFS

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

Your Transportation District 140 General Chairpersons and the respective Shop Committees met on June 3, 2011, to monitor round two of the transition bumping and layoff triggered by the transition selections of members at Air . . . → Read More: District Bulletin #42 -AIR CANADA/AVEOS TRANSITION BUMPING AND LAYOFFS

District Bulletin: CAW Strike

TO ALL IAMAW MEMBERS WORKING AT AIR CANADA

CAW STRIKE

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

By now, most of you are probably aware that members of Local Lodge 2002 of the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) have voted overwhelmingly (98%) in favour of a strike mandate, to show support for their bargaining committee.

CAW members will be . . . → Read More: District Bulletin: CAW Strike

District 140 Bulletin -Organizer Positions

TO ALL MEMBERS OF DISTRICT LODGE 140, IAMAW ORGANIZER POSITIONS

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

District Lodge 140 employs two (2) organizers, respectively based in the Central region and the Eastern region. Currently, these positions are filled by Ian Morland in Toronto and Robert Savoie in Montreal, whose terms will expire on December 31, 2011.

Read . . . → Read More: District 140 Bulletin -Organizer Positions

PRESERVING AIR CANADA PENSION BENEFITS: JOINT STATEMENT OF AIR CANADA UNIONS

Preserving Air Canada Pension Benefits:

Joint Statement of Air Canada Unions

Air Canada is known as one of the highest-quality airlines in the world, precisely because of the skill and commitment of its employees to provide the best, safest service possible. Yet Air Canada’s workforce has endured many years of economic . . . → Read More: PRESERVING AIR CANADA PENSION BENEFITS: JOINT STATEMENT OF AIR CANADA UNIONS

District Bulletin- Negotiations Update #5

Negotiations Update Bulletin May 12, 2011

This week, your Negotiations Committee met with Air Canada from May 9 to 12 to continue agenda item discussions.

Since the Company has provided more detail on some of their items, we are now able to respond more specifically to these items.

We are making some measured progress on . . . → Read More: District Bulletin- Negotiations Update #5

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