GVP Dave Chartrand AME Visits

February 2023

Dear Members,

From the time I first became GVP for Canada, my goal was to reach out to members and give them an opportunity to voice their opinions on making our union a stronger organization. Part of this vision were visits with Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (AME), which despite the perception have always been . . . → Read More: GVP Dave Chartrand AME Visits

TO ALL IAMAW MEMBERS AIR CANADA TMOS NEW SICK LEAVE

TO ALL IAMAW MEMBERS AIR CANADA TMOS NEW SICK LEAVE

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Recently, your Committee of General Chairpersons met with Air Canada Labour Relations to discuss changes to the sick leave provisions of the Canada Labour Code (CLC).

Members are advised that the new sick leave provisions of the CLC have been integrated . . . → Read More: TO ALL IAMAW MEMBERS AIR CANADA TMOS NEW SICK LEAVE

TO ALL IAMAW MEMBERS LEGISLATION UPDATE 10 PAID SICK DAYS

TO ALL IAMAW MEMBERS LEGISLATION UPDATE 10 PAID SICK DAYS

Dear Members, Throughout the pandemic, one of key issues workers across Canada faced were lack of paid sick days. Paid sick days made it possible for those who were sick with COVID-19 to stay at home and recover, in turn, limiting the spread of COVID-19 . . . → Read More: TO ALL IAMAW MEMBERS LEGISLATION UPDATE 10 PAID SICK DAYS

AIR CANADA EFAP PROGRAM UPDATE

TO ALL IAMAW MEMBERS

AIR CANADA EFAP PROGRAM UPDATE

Dear Sisters and Brothers,

Further to bulletin # 36 last month regarding the termination of the Employee and Family Assistance Program, I have some information about the program as we continue.

Air Canada has agreed to keep the full-time regional positions in Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal. . . . → Read More: AIR CANADA EFAP PROGRAM UPDATE