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District 140 Bulletin: YYZ Tow Operation Sub-Contract

TO ALL IAMAW MEMBERS, TORONTO

Below is a letter sent to Air Canada today. This is our response to how Air Canada shows its appreciation.

April 6, 2011 Mr. John Beveridge Director, Labour Relations Air Canada

RE: SUB-CONTRACTING – TOW OPERATION

The Union received a sub-contract notice from Air . . . → Read More: District 140 Bulletin: YYZ Tow Operation Sub-Contract

Notice of Election Results

NOTICE OF ELECTION RESULTS April 6, 2011 Local Lodge 2323 Transportation District Lodge 140 Convention Delegates

Twelve (12) members have been elected to represent Local Lodge 2323 at the 2011 Transportation District Lodge 140 Convention.

1-Wayne Paterson 293

2-Clint Tucker 263

3-John Smiley 254

4-Joe Dermo 248

5-Brad Gomes 246

6-Ioannis Makris 233

7-Sam . . . → Read More: Notice of Election Results

Negotiations Update -Bulletin #3

April 4, 2011

Your Negotiations Team spent the week of March 28 – April 1, 2011 in Vancouver in preparation for this round of negotiations with Air Canada.

This week, your Negotiations Team met internally to continue working on formulating an Agenda for the Joint meetings with the Company. There was a lot of good . . . → Read More: Negotiations Update -Bulletin #3

Arbitration Decision

TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE IAM & AW WORKING FOR AIR CANADA TECHNICAL SERVICES ARBITRATION DECISION

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

In Toronto on March 30, 2011, Representatives from Transportation District 140, the Tech Ops Shop Committees and Clerical Chief Stewards attended a Transition Arbitration hearing before Arbitrator Martin Teplitsky regarding the Transition Selection Process/Options.

At . . . → Read More: Arbitration Decision

140 Bulletin: Dispensation from By-Laws

TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE IAMAW SUBJECT: DISPENSATION FROM BY-LAWS

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

In decisions 9994-U, 9995-U and 9996-U, the Canadian Industrial Relations Board (CIRB) granted the application of Air Canada and Aveos to split the bargaining certification for the Heavy Maintenance and Clerical bargaining units.

Last March 9, Transportation District 140 and representatives . . . → Read More: 140 Bulletin: Dispensation from By-Laws

2323 Twitter Feed

TAIL STRIKE Air Canada #AC15 from Toronto struck runway with their tail while landing in Hong Kong. Pilot reported “right on landing... we ended up with a tail strike”. No injuries reported. Outbound flight to Toronto #AC16 canceled. Aircraft tail damaged. C-FITW Boeing 777-300 pic.twitter.com/pO2s…

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