ACPA in the News

New Air Canada pilots' contract will allow for launch of low-cost carrier
July 31, 201231 July 2012
"The Air Canada Pilots Association said late Monday it was angered by the decision of a federally-appointed arbitrator to impose a new contract on them, which among other measures will allow the country’s largest carrier to push ahead with its plans to launch a new low-cost subsidiary."
Air Canada pilots suffer setback in mandatory retirement case
July 31, 201231 July 2012
"A little-noticed decision, posted last week to the Federal Court of Appeal’s website, overturned earlier findings by the Federal Court of Canada and the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal that contractual provisions forcing Air Canada pilots to retire at 60 violated the Charter of Rights."
Air Canada shareholders approve executive compensation policy, riles pilots
June 5, 20125 June 2012
"CALGARY • Arbitration will not answer the tough cultural questions facing Air Canada, the airline’s pilots union said Monday at the company’s annual general meeting here, as employees complained expanding executive pay would serve only to widen the cultural divide."
To Air Canada Shareholders
June 4, 20124 June 2012
"You will be aware that the Air Canada Pilots Association’s attempts to negotiate a new collective agreement have failed, resulting in the dispute being sent to an arbitration process imposed by the federal government."
Well Done!
May 30, 201230 May 2012
"Fellow Pilots,There have been a number of high profile incidents lately on the line, including engine failures. Our crews have demonstrated the utmost level of professionalism, as always, with the safety of our passengers in mind."
Air Canada Pilots Dispute Goes to Arbitration
May 19, 201219 May 2012
"TORONTO – A ten-day effort by Air Canada pilots to negotiate a new agreement with the airline has failed, sending the dispute to federally-legislated arbitration."
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