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District Bulletin #46 -TRANSITION BUMPING/LAYOFFS AND CAW STRIKE

TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE IAMAW AIR CANADA – TMOS TRANSITION BUMPING/LAYOFFS AND CAW STRIKE

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

As you are aware, your union has been in attendance at the first two rounds of bumping resulting from the transition of our members between Air Canada and Aveos. Round three will take place on June . . . → Read More: District Bulletin #46 -TRANSITION BUMPING/LAYOFFS AND CAW STRIKE

Tech Ops Shop Committee -CAW Strike

RE: CAW STRIKE

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

If you feel that your personal well being and safety, or your personal property may be at risk in the event the CAW goes on strike and sets ups picket lines we will remind you it is the Company’s responsibility to ensure safe passage into the workplace.

Contact . . . → Read More: Tech Ops Shop Committee -CAW Strike

District 140 Proposed Bylaw Amendments

The following (4) District 140 proposed bylaw amendments were read out at the June 7, 2011 General Membership Meeting.

Download the District 140 Proposed Bylaw Amendments Document (4 pages pdf)

JUNE 2011 -Local 764 PENSION COMMITTEE REPORT

JUNE 2011 – LL764 PENSION COMMITTEE REPORT

To quote the great fictional writer and humorist Mark Twain, there are three types of lies. Lies, damn lies and statistics. On June 9th every Air Canada employee received a document via email from the company and was also invited to read a similar document posted to the . . . → Read More: JUNE 2011 -Local 764 PENSION COMMITTEE REPORT

District Bulletin #44 -CAW Strike

TO ALL IAMAW MEMBERS CAW STRIKE

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

By now, most of you are probably aware that members of Local Lodge 2002 of the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) have voted overwhelmingly (98%) in favour of a strike mandate, to show support for their bargaining committee.

CAW members will be in a strike or . . . → Read More: District Bulletin #44 -CAW Strike

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