Election Results -2323 Delegates to District 140 Annual Convention

November 4, 2020

6 Elected Delegates Attending I.A.M.A.W. Transportation District Lodge 140 Convention Ottawa Ontario April 26, 27, 28 2021

Dave Flowers     10.4% Vick Seebalak     10% Jonathan Smith  6.7% Mark Pacilla       6.2% Sal Amin             5.6% Nunzio Bellissimo 4.9% __________________________________________________

Dan Janssen  -4.7% . . . → Read More: Election Results -2323 Delegates to District 140 Annual Convention

Election Results – YYZ Technical Operations Purchasing & Supply Shop Committee Chairperson

November 4, 2020

Shop Committee Chair Election Technical Operations Shop Committee Chair

The following are the results for the Shop Committee Chair:

Jason Jiskra  92.2%

Joe Veltri       7.8%

Spoiled Nil

The term of office is January 01, 2021 to December 31, 2023.

We would like thank all the participants, the membership who . . . → Read More: Election Results – YYZ Technical Operations Purchasing & Supply Shop Committee Chairperson

Letter to Ministers Freeland and Garneau: Re-Nationalization of Canada’s Airlines – the Time is Now! -IAMAW Canada

October 20, 2020

The Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Finance/Deputy Prime Minister The Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport House of Commons Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A6

Email: Chrystia.Freeland@parl.gc.ca Email: Marc.Garneau@parl.gc.ca

Dear Ministers Freeland and Garneau:

Subject: Re-Nationalization of Canada’s Airlines – the Time is Now!

We have all watched with horror as the Covid Pandemic . . . → Read More: Letter to Ministers Freeland and Garneau: Re-Nationalization of Canada’s Airlines – the Time is Now! -IAMAW Canada

ACRA closing statement

Toronto ACRA (Air Canada Recreation Association) wishes to advise that after 47 years of representing our membership in a social capacity, such as, the Children’s Christmas party, the Gala Dinner Dance, picnics, Blue Jays days, supporting tournaments as well as bringing you outside discounts and AC merchandise, there are not enough active employees able to . . . → Read More: ACRA closing statement