Air Canada Lead Station Attendant Ratio Grievance -District 140 Bulletin #11

TO ALL IAMAW MEMBERS AIR CANADA LEAD STATION ATTENDANT RATIO GRIEVANCE

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

The Union met with the company March 15th to arbitrate the Lead Station Attendant ratio grievance. Before starting the arbitration, the Union and Company managed to mediate an interim settlement.

Effective this week, the Union and Company have agreed to . . . → Read More: Air Canada Lead Station Attendant Ratio Grievance -District 140 Bulletin #11

April 2019 Issue of Contact

In this issue: (Cover) New Shop Stewards President’s Message Employee Assistance Program Tech Ops, Purchasing & Supply Shop Committee Report Health & Safety Report Education Report Political Action Committee Local Lodge 2323 and the Labour Movement General Chairperson’s Report Women’s Committee Retired Members Upcoming Events International Workers’ Day /May Day Street Festival In Memoriam . . . → Read More: April 2019 Issue of Contact

NEGOTIATIONS UPDATE – MARCH 11, 2019 -Air Canada TMOS

TO ALL IAMAW MEMBERS AIR CANADA – TMOS NEGOTIATIONS UPDATE – MARCH 11, 2019

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

Your 2019 – 2022 TMOS Negotiating Committees commenced direct bargaining with Air Canada on March 4th. Agendas were exchanged with the Company and ensuing negotiations continued throughout the week.

Special thanks go out to IAMAW General Vice-President . . . → Read More: NEGOTIATIONS UPDATE – MARCH 11, 2019 -Air Canada TMOS

Pension Cap Increase is key element as Air Canada bargaining begins -IAMAW Canada

Tuesday March 5, 2019

For Immediate Release

Toronto, ON – Contract proposals were exchanged between the IAM Technical Maintenance & Operational Support (TMOS) Bargaining Unit and Air Canada today.

“Make no mistake, the pension cap increase is a key element that needs to be resolved during these negotiations,” explained IAM Canadian General Vice President . . . → Read More: Pension Cap Increase is key element as Air Canada bargaining begins -IAMAW Canada