AIR CANADA ROUGE & SKY REGIONAL-COMMON EMPLOYER-UPDATE -District 140 Bulletin #27

TO ALL IAMAW MEMBERS WORKING FOR AIR CANADA AIR CANADA ROUGE & SKY REGIONAL COMMON EMPLOYER UPDATE

 

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Further to District Lodge 140 Bulletin No. 24, issued on May 4, 2015, Transportation District 140 Representatives met internally with the Low Cost Carrier (LCC) Committee Members, our legal counsel and Mediator Vincent . . . → Read More: AIR CANADA ROUGE & SKY REGIONAL-COMMON EMPLOYER-UPDATE -District 140 Bulletin #27

District Bulletin #22 -AIR CANADA ROUGE & SKY REGIONAL COMMON EMPLOYER -UPDATE

TO ALL IAMAW MEMBERS WORKING FOR AIR CANADA AIR CANADA ROUGE & SKY REGIONAL COMMON EMPLOYER UPDATE

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Further to DL140 Bulletin No. 15, issued on March 10, 2015, Transportation District 140 representatives met with Air Canada on April 16 & 17, 2015 with Mediator Vincent Ready at the Canadian Industrial Relations . . . → Read More: District Bulletin #22 -AIR CANADA ROUGE & SKY REGIONAL COMMON EMPLOYER -UPDATE

AIR CANADA ROUGE & SKY REGIONAL COMMON EMPLOYER -UPDATE -District 140 Bulletin

TO ALL IAMAW MEMBERS WORKING FOR AIR CANADA AIR CANADA ROUGE & SKY REGIONAL COMMON EMPLOYER -UPDATE

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

On March 5, 2015, Grand Lodge Representatives and the Air Canada District Lodge 140 General Chairpersons met internally to discuss the Common employer application for Rouge and Sky regional and to discuss the Jazz . . . → Read More: AIR CANADA ROUGE & SKY REGIONAL COMMON EMPLOYER -UPDATE -District 140 Bulletin

IAMAW Press Release: Turbulence Ahead for Canadian Airline Fueling

Turbulence Ahead for Canadian Airline Fueling Machinists File for Common Employer Status to Preserve Jobs

Thursday December 4, 2014

For Immediate Release

Toronto, ON – The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers – IAM, has filed for Common Employer Status with the Canada Industrial Relations Board.

“We are being proactive and getting in front . . . → Read More: IAMAW Press Release: Turbulence Ahead for Canadian Airline Fueling