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Effective January 2011

Office Assistant
Mon. - Thurs. 0730 - 1400


Secretary - Treasurer
Wed.- Thurs. 0630 - 1400
Fri. 0800 - 1200


except Meeting days

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Canadian Airways
Lodge 764
7980 River Road
Richmond B.C.
V6X 1X7

Phone: 604-273-9668
Fax: 604-273-9670


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Next General Meeting - Wednesday - Jan 14/2015

Time: 5 PM Where: 7980 - River Road, Richmond


IAMAW Scholarships -21-Jan-2015-

Deadline for application for the 2015 IAMAW Scholarships is February 25th. 
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General Meeting Notice and Absentee Ballot -20-Jan-2015-

Members who reside in outlying Districts more than 25 miles (40 km) from the designated balloting place, members who are either confined because
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Low cost airline -19-Jan-2015-

AIR CANADA - Low Cost Carrier Update
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Aveos RETIRE RESIGN AC - REHIRE -19-Jan-2015-

-Bulletin 004 - IMPORTANT MESSAGE - ALL MEMBERS AND FORMER MEMBERS -RE ESIGN AC - REHIRE BY AVEOS - DIST OF EXCESS FUNDS
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Snag Sheet Jan 2015 -15-Jan-2015-

The January issue of the Snag Sheet is now online!
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PRESS RELEASE - Airport Security Budget Cut -15-Jan-2015-

Toronto, ON – The International Associations of Machinists – IAM, representing 3,000 Airport Security Screeners at Toronto Pearson, Toronto Billy Bishop, Vancouver International and 10 regional airports in British Columbia, begin bargaining for a new collective agreement
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Canadian Airlines Get Together - Thursday Jan 22, 2015 -15-Jan-2015-

I am proposing a Canadian Airlines Get Together on Thursday Jan22 at 5pm at Harold's Bistro and Bar at the Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel (the old Richmond Inn) 7551 Westminster Hwy, Richmond, V6X 1A3
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District Bulletin 1 - DISTRICT LODGE 140 2015 ANNUAL CONVENTION - MONTREAL OCTOBER 2015 -13-Jan-2015-

Please be advised that Transportation District 140 will hold its 2015 Annual Convention during the month of October, in the Montreal area.
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Local 764 Committees for 2015 -13-Jan-2015-

names of committee members for 2015
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UNION DUES AND PER CAPITA TAX -23-Dec-2014-

The amount of Union Dues paid by each individual in the Machinist Union is determined by the Membership at a democratic forum. At the International (Grand Lodge) level, the per capita tax is established by the Delegates to the Grand Lodge Convention every four years.
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Dec Snag Sheet -17-Dec-2014-

The Dec issue of the Snag Sheet is now online!
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District Bulletin 42 - AIR CANADA UPDATE - LUMP SUM PAYMENT -17-Dec-2014-

Each affected Member that did not receive the 2% Lump Sum payment in full because they were on Worker’s Compensation will be responsible for obtaining and submitting to the Union written substantiation from the Board that they will not pay the sum in whole or in part.
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General Meeting Notice for Jan 14, 2015 -15-Dec-2014-

Local Lodge 764 Budget 2015 - First reading
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District Bulletin 41 - EX-CAIL MEMBERS ON LTD -15-Dec-2014-

Air Canada has issued administrative termination letters to seventeen (17) Ex-CAIL members that have been on the CAIL long term disability plan for a length on time.
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United Airlines - Post Retirement Benefit coverage Arb -09-Dec-2014-

We are pleased to advise the Membership that the Arbitrator upheld the grievance. In summary, the Arbitrator found that those employees who elected by June 12, 2014 to bridge or defer their pensions are entitled to Post Retirement Benefit coverage
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Right to Refuse Dangerous Work -08-Dec-2014-

This document is about the right to refuse dangerous work. It aims to inform employees, employers, members of the work place committee, and occupational health and safety representatives of their legal rights and obligations when an employee exercises a refusal to work under Part II of the Canada Labour Code.

Right to Refuse Provisions Comparisons 2014

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District Bulletin 40 - COMMON EMPLOYER STATUS FILING FUELLERS -04-Dec-2014-

Turbulence Ahead for Airline Fueling - from Fred Hospes

News Release - Turbulence Ahead for Canadian Airline Fueling


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