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IAMAW/ Air Canada Collective Agreement 2016-2026

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Air Canada/AVEOS Transition MOA

Further to my award dated February 14, 2011, which followed a meeting on February 11, 2011, the parties met with Bruce Light as facilitator. I conducted a hearing on February 25,2011 in Vancouver, both to receive a report on progress and to resolve any outstanding issues.

More in the document below;

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Airport & Cargo Shop Committee -All IAMAW Members

The company recently announced a $500.00 cash payment to (almost) all members. If you were off the payroll on July 14 2009, that is, you were on WSIB, GWL, mat leave etc, the company has chosen not to give you this payment. The Union contends all members are entitled to receive this payment and will . . . → Read More: Airport & Cargo Shop Committee -All IAMAW Members

Tech Ops Shop Committee -Out of Town Assignments

Brothers and Sisters,

It has come to our attention that some of our members may have been dispatched to Out of Town Assignments at Canadian Stations where Air Canada employs fellow Tech Ops co-workers. We have also been advised that the YYZ membership may be asked to perform work at an overhaul location where many . . . → Read More: Tech Ops Shop Committee -Out of Town Assignments

Tech Ops Shop Committee Bulletin

Brothers and Sisters,

We find ourselves bringing up a past subject to your attention again. When dealing with the company on matters covered under the Collective Agreement, in particular article 17. Please keep in mind that the company does not always follow the prescribed methods and will end up “trolling” for answers during their investigation. . . . → Read More: Tech Ops Shop Committee Bulletin

District 140 Bulletin: TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE IAMAW

UPDATE: AIR CANADA/AVEOS DECISIONS AT THE CIRB

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

On February 16, a meeting was held in Toronto to discuss the ramifications of the CIRB decisions to allow the split of the Technical Operations bargaining certification and the rejection of the IAMAW’s application for a Common Employer declaration with Air Canada and Aveos.

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