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In Memoriam -Karen Honsinger Wife of Brother Barry Honsinger

February 19, 2019

Karen Honsinger Wife of Brother Barry Honsinger

It is with sadness that we must advise the Membership of the passing of Brother Honsinger’s Wife Karen. Brother Honsinger is an active Member and CSA in Toronto. She passed away on Sunday February 17th 2019.

A Celebration of Life service has been planned for . . . → Read More: In Memoriam -Karen Honsinger Wife of Brother Barry Honsinger

Notice of Appointment -Clerical Negotiations Representative

February 18, 2019

IAMAW Clerical Members Working At Air Canada YYZ and YOW Notice of Appointment Negotiations Representative

Local Lodge 2323 is wishing to advise the Clerical Membership, that we have appointed a new Negotiation Representative for the Central Region effective immediately. Sister Gina Tarzia-Aquino will now become part of a team of three, where . . . → Read More: Notice of Appointment -Clerical Negotiations Representative

Notice of Appointment -Clerical -Chief Shop Steward

February 18, 2019

IAMAW Clerical Members Working At Air Canada YYZ and YOW Notice of Appointment Clerical Chief Shop Steward Term of Office: March 01, 2019 to December 31, 2020

Local Lodge 2323 is wishing to advise the Clerical Membership, that we have appointed a new Chief Shop Steward for the Central Region effective March . . . → Read More: Notice of Appointment -Clerical -Chief Shop Steward

An anniversary worth noting! -IAMAW Canada

 

                An anniversary worth noting! -IAMAW Canada

Toronto, ON – IAM Transportation District Lodge 140 celebrated its 20th anniversary in October 2018. Founded on July 1, 1998 with the merger of Districts 148 and 721,  District 140 has survived the merger of Air Canada and Canadian Airlines . . . → Read More: An anniversary worth noting! -IAMAW Canada

In Memoriam -Brother Anthony “Tony” Feeney

February 8, 2019

Brother Anthony “Tony” Feeney

It is with a heavy heart that the Union must inform the Membership of the passing of Tony Feeney, a retired IAMAW Toronto Station Attendant who worked in Cargo. Brother Feeney passed away on February 6, 2019.

Friends will be received as follows:

Visitation:

Andrews Community Funeral Centre 8190 Dixie Road . . . → Read More: In Memoriam -Brother Anthony “Tony” Feeney

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