All IAMAW Air Canada TMOS Employees-Off-Duty Status Arbitration

The following Bulletin # 10, in both official languages, speaks to the recent arbitration regarding the Union’s application for interim relief against Air Canada’s misuse of Article 20-14: Off-Duty Status:
No. 010 – Air Canada – Application for Interim Relief – ODS – February 19, 2021_EN
No. 010 – Air Canada – Application for Interim Relief – ODS – February 19, 2021_FR

All IAMAW Air Canada TMOS Employees- CAT 38 Common Work Arbitration

The following Bulletin # 09, in both official languages, speaks to the recent arbitration against Air Canada and their desire to eliminate CAT 38 positions at certain “B” stations in Canada.
No. 009 – Air Canada TMOS – Category 38 Common Work Arbitration – February 19 2021_EN
No. 009 – Air Canada TMOS – Category 38 Common Work Arbitration – February 19 2021_FR

It’s not “Force Majeure” if it’s planned says IAM

The following press release, in both official languages, will speak to the IAM’s view that Air Canada is attempting to use a “Force Majeure” as a method of placing IAM workers on “off-duty” status.  Please refer to the bulletin to understand the Unions position in this attempt:
Fred Hospes_Its not force majeure if its planned V4_January 13, 2021_EN
Fred Hospes_Its not force majeure if its planned V4_January 13, 2021_FR