Air Canada -TMOS -Negotiations Update Bulletin

Air Canada – Technical Maintenance and Operations Support (TMOS) Negotiations Update Bulletin October 11, 2011 Dear Brothers and Sisters:

Your Negotiations Committee met with Air Canada last week, fromOctober 3 to 7, to continue agenda item discussions.

We are making some measured progress on some administrative items. Talks so far are cordial as the company . . . → Read More: Air Canada -TMOS -Negotiations Update Bulletin

District 140 Bulletin -AIR CANADA / AVEOS – TMOS AND CLERICAL

TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE IAMAW AIR CANADA / AVEOS – TMOS AND CLERICAL

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

On October 5, in Toronto, the Transition Committee attended arbitration hearings dealing with the remaining transition issues affecting our members. The arbitrator’s rulings are as follows:

1. Movement of employees in order of seniority. The arbitrator ruled . . . → Read More: District 140 Bulletin -AIR CANADA / AVEOS – TMOS AND CLERICAL

NEGOTIATIONS Update -Air Canada – Technical Maintenance and Operations Support

NEGOTIATIONS 2011 Air Canada – Technical Maintenance and Operations Support

We are the largest unionized workforce at Air Canada. We perform all the work below the wing as well as the maintenance on the company’s aircraft. Without us, it’s all grounded.

Negotiations Update Bulletin September 27, 2011

Dear Brothers . . . → Read More: NEGOTIATIONS Update -Air Canada – Technical Maintenance and Operations Support

Photos Posted from the CUPE Pre-Strike Rally

Thanks to everyone who came out to support our CUPE Brothers and Sisters prior to a last-minute tentative deal just hours before the strike deadline. The Air Canada Flight Attendants staged this national rally called the “Purple Wave” that occurred at stations across the country.

There was great participation from all Unions including the CAW, . . . → Read More: Photos Posted from the CUPE Pre-Strike Rally

2323 Bulletin: Strike Captains -Air Canada

BULLETIN STRIKE CAPTAINS – AIR CANADA

With a view to the experience of our Brothers and Sisters at CAW and CUPE in their recent rounds of collective bargaining with Air Canada, LL2323 is soliciting volunteers in the event that an impasse is eventually reached at the IAM&AW collective bargaining table and a strike becomes necessary.

. . . → Read More: 2323 Bulletin: Strike Captains -Air Canada