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District 140 Bulletin: Subcontracting of Tow Crew – YYZ

TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE IAMAW WORKING FOR AIR CANADA Subcontracting of Tow Crew – YYZ

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

On Thursday, November 3, 2011, Air Canada gave Transportation District 140 a subcontract notice for the Toronto Tow Operations. To be specific, this deals only with towing in the Airports branch.

We are mandated under . . . → Read More: District 140 Bulletin: Subcontracting of Tow Crew – YYZ

Photos Posted from the CUPE Pre-Strike Rally

Thanks to everyone who came out to support our CUPE Brothers and Sisters prior to a last-minute tentative deal just hours before the strike deadline. The Air Canada Flight Attendants staged this national rally called the “Purple Wave” that occurred at stations across the country.

There was great participation from all Unions including the CAW, . . . → Read More: Photos Posted from the CUPE Pre-Strike Rally

In Memoriam: Brother Jeffrey Samson

Brother Jeffrey Samson

It is with regret that the Union must inform the Membership of the passing of Brother Jeffrey Samson, an active IAMAW Toronto Station Attendant. Jeff will be missed by those he worked with.

Brother Samson’s friends will be received as follows:

Visitation:

Friday August 26, 2011 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm Jerrett . . . → Read More: In Memoriam: Brother Jeffrey Samson

2323 Bulletin -Election Notice -Negotiation Representatives for Technical Services/Logistics & Supply

Election Notice Negotiations Representatives for Technical Services, Logistics and Supply

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

The Election, for 2 (two) Technical Services and Logistics and Supply, Negotiations Representatives Local 2323 will be held August 9th with following names to appear on the ballot:

• Alf Bailey

• Karnail S.Brar

• Russ Fitzpatrick

• Clark Harrison

. . . → Read More: 2323 Bulletin -Election Notice -Negotiation Representatives for Technical Services/Logistics & Supply

Tech Ops Shop Committee -YYZ Layoff Update

May 5, 2011

YYZ Layoff Update

As previously announced in the May 2 Shop Committee bulletin, Air Canada is laying off 50 of our Brothers and Sisters in Toronto. Unlike past layoffs due to bumping, this round of layoffs is due to claimed surplus employees.

At no time did Air Canada LR (Labour . . . → Read More: Tech Ops Shop Committee -YYZ Layoff Update

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