Upcoming meeting to explain the class action lawsuit against Air Canada

There will be a meeting on Monday June 25th at 1900 hours held at the Victoria Inn and Convention center on Wellington Ave.  Here is the full email as sent from the lawyer firm in Montreal:

Meeting in Winnipeg on June 25th

Hi,

You are receiving this email because you subscribed to our newsletter regarding the Aveos class action against Air Canada.
We invite you to a meeting with us in Winnipeg on Monday, June 25th, where we will explain the basis of the class action, who are the members and the timeline for the action. We will also answer any question that you may have.

Where: Victoria Inn Hotel and Convention Centre, 1808 Wellington Ave.
When: Monday, June 25th, 7 pm

Looking forward to meeting you,
Kind regards,

Anne-Julie Asselin
Avocate/Lawyer
Trudel Johnston & Lespérance
750, Côte de la Place d’Armes
Bureau 90, Montréal QC  H2Y 2X8
T. 514 871-8385 ext.214
F. 514 871-8800
tjl.quebec

Announcing the IAM 2018 photo contest.

2018 Photo Contest

This is the official announcement of the 2018 IAM Photography Contest. It is open to all IAM members in good standing. Entries should catch IAM members at work in unposed photos. Winning entries will win a cash prize and will appear in the 2019 IAM Calendar. Two dollars from each calendar sale is donated to Guide Dogs of America.

 

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>Announcing the 2018 IAM Scholarship Competition <

The 2018 IAM Scholarship Competition is now accepting applications. The competition is open to members of the IAM and their children throughout the United States and Canada under procedures and rules of eligibility explained in this announcement. The IAM Scholarship Fund, which is used exclusively to make possible these awards, was established by the delegates of the 1960 IAM Grand Lodge Convention.

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DL 140 Bulletin # 69, changes to Employee travel passes

 

In 2013, Air Canada modified its Employee Travel Policy to reduce personal pass travel for employees off work for longer than one (1) year (365 Days), and further modified it in 2014, whereby Members who were absent from work for more than 365 days were only entitled to three (3) travel passes per year until such time as they returned back to work.

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It’s a new day and a new look!

You may have noticed that our Local Lodge 714 has a bold new look.  Well at least I hope you think it is bold.

With the assistance and guidance of Frank Saptel, IAM Canada Communications Representative, a few of us budding web-stewards  are learning a whole new format for building web pages and keeping everyone up to date.

So bear with us while we make this transition.

From left to right Jim Heintz LL741, Mike Maskell LL714, Neil Schultz LL608, Rennie Saj LL1953