To All IAMAW Members Working at Air Canada

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

Your Union understands that you are going through some very difficult times; however, you must all be aware that there are potentially serious consequences if you are found to be part of an illegal work stoppage.

It isn’t only the Union that may be held accountable for any losses attributed . . . → Read More: To All IAMAW Members Working at Air Canada

Press Release: Harper government must help to protect Air Canada jobs

NEWS RELEASE

For Immediate Release

March 16, 2011

Harper government must help to protect Air Canada jobs

OTTAWA – Liberal MPs are calling on the government to ensure that maintenance and overhaul jobs in Montreal, Winnipeg and Mississauga are protected.

“When Air Canada was privatized in 1988 the intent was clear,” said Liberal Transport Critic . . . → Read More: Press Release: Harper government must help to protect Air Canada jobs

District 140 Bulletin #12 Re: Air Canada and AVEOS

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

Due to the decision of the Canadian Industrial Relations Board (CIRB) to allow the application of Air Canada and Aveos to split the Maintenance Bargaining Certification, a meeting was held in Vancouver on March 9th to address the issue of how the IAMAW would proceed with the Collective Bargaining process.

In . . . → Read More: District 140 Bulletin #12 Re: Air Canada and AVEOS

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)