International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Representing Airline Workers in British Columbia & the Yukon.

TAKE BACK DELTA HOSPICE MOVEMENT

October 13, 2021The Take Back Delta Hospice Movement would like to have your support.  They are a group of Delta Hospice Advocates who support the former Board Members who spearheaded the legal action against the current Board of Directors of Delta Hospice. For information go to their homepage at: https://takebackdeltahospice.ca
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MTU – 764 TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION – SEPTEMBER 30TH

September 10, 2021This upcoming September 30th marks a historic turning point in Canadian history. For the first time, a national statutory holiday will commemorate the history and brutal legacy of residential schools. While many of our statutory holidays are religious in nature, few mark historic moments in history, like Labour Day and now the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Read Bulletin here...

MTU 764 COLLECTIVE BARGAINING UPDATE

September 2, 2021Your Committee met internally on August 17, 2021 to prepare for the next direct bargaining session, however, the confirmed direct bargaining dates for August 25 & 27, 2021 were cancelled due to operational constraints, which resulted in the Company’s inability to release the members of the Union’s bargaining committee. Direct bargaining dates have been confirmed for October 25, 27 – 29, 2021, and November 1 & 2, 2021 have been scheduled tentatively. Read Bulletin here...

District Bulletin 40 – AIR CANADA TMOS PENSION CAP RETROACTIVITY

August 27, 2021Arbitrator Vince Ready has ruled in favour of the Union and ordered the pension cap increase retroactive to the effective date of the Collective Agreement, April 1, 2019.
Details regarding the process and timelines for members who wish to make retroactive contributions on their eligible pensionable earnings will be communicated as they become available. Those Members who previously elected to retire under the Early Retirement Incentive Program (ERIP) are eligible for buyback, if they so choose. Read Bulletin here...

District Bulletin 38 – AIR CANADA ODS AND PENSION BUYBACK

August 20, 2021Those of you affected by periods of ODS in 2021 should be aware that you have the opportunity to buy back that unaccumulated pensionable service. To apply for the buyback, you are required to contact HR Connex within 90 days after returning to work from ODS. This was previously communicated in a Company document dated January 2021. Read Bulletin here...

AIR CANADA TMOS NEGOTIATIONS COMMITTEE LL764 REPRESENTATIVES ***NOMINATIONS & ELECTION***

August 10, 2021Despite the fact that negotiations have not yet finalized from the April 1, 2019 Air Canada collective agreement reopener,the current 2019 - 2022 term of the agreement will expire on March 31, 2022. In accordance with Appendix XXXXIV, Item 8 of the collective agreement, either the IAMAW or Air Canada may seek changes to the collective agreement by providing a notice to bargain between January 1, 2022 and March 31, 2022. Therefore, with reference to District Lodge 140 Bulletin 035-2021, Air Canada Local Lodges across the country must enter into a process to nominate and elect their Air Canada Negotiations Committee representatives prior to this date. Read Bulletin here...

District Bulletin 34 – AIR CANADA ONE CATEGORY GRIEVANCES

July 29, 2021As a follow-up to bulletin No. 005 issued on January 27th of this year, the arbitration process has now concluded for the grievances regarding one-category recall. This arbitration hearing was raised to a full evidentiary process and the parties required three (3) full days to make all arguments. Unfortunately, Arbitrator Schmidt ruled in favour of the Company and dismissed the Union’s grievances. Read Bulletin here...

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