Bulletin: Incentive Payment/Shares

Brothers and Sisters,

Re: $500-dollar incentive payment

The IAMAW Local Lodge 2323, Airport and Tech Ops Shop Committees are reminding the membership that issues regarding the Employee Recognition Share and the 500-dollar Incentive Payment should be addressed to:

Compensation-Remuneration@aircanada.ca

We also suggest contacting Mr. Calin Rovinescu, President and CEO of Air Canada. Let him know . . . → Read More: Bulletin: Incentive Payment/Shares

AIR CANADA IS NOT RESPECTING THE SPIRIT AND INTENT OF THE AIR CANADA PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ACT (ACPPA)

The airline is selling off the future of the Aircraft Maintenance industry in Canada. At this time, the Conservative MPs are saying in the House of Commons that they have assurances from Air Canada that there will be no jobs lost as the result of the sale of its Maintenance department. This is not the . . . → Read More: AIR CANADA IS NOT RESPECTING THE SPIRIT AND INTENT OF THE AIR CANADA PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ACT (ACPPA)

Notice: By-Law Amendment Proposals

March 3, 2011

Please be aware that the proposed Local Lodge by-law amendments are posted on the Local Lodge website due to limited space available on the Union bulletin boards. Voting will take place at the April 5th, 2011 Monthly meeting by those in attendance only.

All proposed amendments are available . . . → Read More: Notice: By-Law Amendment Proposals

District 140 Bulletin: TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE IAMAW

UPDATE: AIR CANADA/AVEOS DECISIONS AT THE CIRB

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

On February 16, a meeting was held in Toronto to discuss the ramifications of the CIRB decisions to allow the split of the Technical Operations bargaining certification and the rejection of the IAMAW’s application for a Common Employer declaration with Air Canada and Aveos.

. . . → Read More: District 140 Bulletin: TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE IAMAW

District Bulletin: To All Air Canada Employees

Re: Transportation District 140 Communique -Pensions

During June of 2009 the Unions at Air Canada were forced into negotiations regarding special Air Canada Pension Funding Regulations. At that time the Office of the Superintendant of Financial Institutions (OSFI) and the Federal Minister of Finance James Flaherty advised the parties that they would have to address . . . → Read More: District Bulletin: To All Air Canada Employees