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CIRB Decision-October 1, 2010

Dear Sirs/Madams:

In the matter of the Canada Labour Code (Part I-Industrial Relations) and an application for review filed pursuant to section 18.1 and an application for a declaration of sale of business pursuant to sections 44, 45 and 46 filed by Aveos Fleet Performance Inc. and Air Canada, applicants; International Association of Machinists and . . . → Read More: CIRB Decision-October 1, 2010

DL140 Bulletin -Update on Transition CIRB Hearings

Notice TO ALL IAMAW TECH OP MEMBERS IN TORONTO UPDATE ON TRANSITION CIRB HEARINGS On September 29th, 2010 a hearing was held at the Canadian Industrial Relations Board (CIRB). The contentious issue of this session was the refusal of the employer to provide relevant information regarding AVEOS’ financial viability and future business plan.

During the . . . → Read More: DL140 Bulletin -Update on Transition CIRB Hearings

Ramp & Baggage Shift Bid

September 28, 2010 Ramp & Baggage Shift Bid The 2010 winter shift bid will be mailed to everyone’s Air Canada email address today. It is also available on www.jimdeluca.com. In order to help save the planet, a limited number of printed copies will be available.

The Shop Committee Derek Morgan Frank Morgani Vick Seebalak

Download . . . → Read More: Ramp & Baggage Shift Bid

DL140 Bulletin #54

TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE IAMAW AIR CANADA SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SMS) COMMITTEE

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

A special joint committee made up of three company representative and three union members from Local Lodge 1751 was established on August 13, 2010 to answer a Transport Canada notice further to reportings on Engine Maintenance Centre (EMC) . . . → Read More: DL140 Bulletin #54

DL140 Bulletin CIRB 002

TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE IAMAW

UPDATE: AIR CANADA/AVEOS CERTIFICATION ISSUE AT THE CIRB Dear Brothers and Sisters:

I, along with IAMAW Transportation Coordinator Carlos DaCosta and our lawyers, Jim Hayes and Amanda Pask, attended the Case Management Hearings on September 20th and 21st at the Toronto offices of the Canadian Industrial Relations Board (CIRB).

. . . → Read More: DL140 Bulletin CIRB 002

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