Aiken appointed as new IAM Canadian Transportation Coordinator -IAMAW Canada

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

For Immediate release

Toronto, ON – IAM Canadian General Vice President Stan Pickthall is pleased to announce the appointment of Keith Aiken as the new IAM Canadian Transportation Coordinator. Aiken replaces Carlos DaCosta who is retiring this summer.

“We engaged in a lengthy review process . . . → Read More: Aiken appointed as new IAM Canadian Transportation Coordinator -IAMAW Canada

Pension Cap Increase is key element as Air Canada bargaining begins -IAMAW Canada

Tuesday March 5, 2019

For Immediate Release

Toronto, ON – Contract proposals were exchanged between the IAM Technical Maintenance & Operational Support (TMOS) Bargaining Unit and Air Canada today.

“Make no mistake, the pension cap increase is a key element that needs to be resolved during these negotiations,” explained IAM Canadian General Vice President . . . → Read More: Pension Cap Increase is key element as Air Canada bargaining begins -IAMAW Canada

Contract flip nets IAM new contract and new members! -IAMAW Canada Press Release

Contract flip nets IAM new contract and new members!

Wednesday May 23, 2018

For Immediate Release

Toronto, ON – The IAM has turned the tables on the latest contract flip at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport by securing voluntary certification, a new collective agreement, and new members.

Contract flipping is common practice at Pearson allowed by . . . → Read More: Contract flip nets IAM new contract and new members! -IAMAW Canada Press Release

Machinists file “Unfair Labour Practice” against Air Canada

Machinists file “Unfair Labour Practice” against Air Canada

Friday October 14, 2016 For Immediate Release

Toronto, ON – “Air Canada must come clean on the issue of an increased cap on pensionable earnings for our members,” demanded IAM Transportation District 140 President and Directing General Chairperson Fred Hospes.

Hospes was referring to documents filed late . . . → Read More: Machinists file “Unfair Labour Practice” against Air Canada