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District 140 Bulletin #53

TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE IAMAW AIR CANADA

LOADING INSTRUCTIONS

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

Air Canada posted a Bulletin on September 13, 2010 regarding “new loading instructions signatures”, requiring two signatures on a load sheet.

This bulletin was posted with no prior discussion with the Union. The Union is putting this on the agenda for . . . → Read More: District 140 Bulletin #53

District 140 Bulletin

TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE IAMAW

UPDATE: AIR CANADA / AVEOS CERTIFICATION ISSUE AT THE CIRB

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

This bulletin will serve to update you on what has transpired to this point with the issue of Air Canada and Aveos application to split the bargaining certification at the Canadian Industrial Relations Board (CIRB).

. . . → Read More: District 140 Bulletin

Airport & Cargo Shop Committee Re: Rolling Stock Inspection

September 14, 2010

All Members Re: Rolling Stock Inspection

Be advised that the Union considers the inspection of rolling stock, carts, dollies pallets, to be a maintenance function. We have filed a grievance and will get this matter to arbitration as soon as possible. We have discussed the health & safety concern with respect to . . . → Read More: Airport & Cargo Shop Committee Re: Rolling Stock Inspection

Airport & Cargo Shop Committee Re: LSA Promotionals

September 14, 2010

ATTENTION ALL MEMBERS

The Company today released another Lead Station Attendant posting bringing the current total of concurrent postings to two. Please be advised, if you are interested in a Leads Promotional you must apply to both 2010-042 and 2010-046 to be considered on both postings.

The Shop Committee

Derek Morgan Vick . . . → Read More: Airport & Cargo Shop Committee Re: LSA Promotionals

All Members Re: VPP

Sept 13/10

All Members Re: VPP

The company is offering employees the opportunity, via the Aeronet, to purchase an

extra week of vacation for 2011. When dealing directly with the company, it is your

responsibility to fully understand what you are purchasing. Depending on how many

weeks of vacation you currently have, you . . . → Read More: All Members Re: VPP

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