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Air Canada Encourages the Next Generation of Women to Consider STEM Careers in Aviation Industry Through Women in Data Hackathon, Young Women in Aviation Day

CIRB DECISIONS

Application to include in bargaining unit description customer service agents working in or out of Gander International Airport – employer not opposed – Transport and Allied Workers Union, Local 855, affiliated with International Brotherhood of Teamsters is bargaining agent for bargaining unit comprising “all customer service agents employed by PAL Airlines Ltd. working in or out of: RCAF Road Hangar #4, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, A1A 5B5; Deer Lake Regional Airport, 1 Airport Road, Suite 1, Deer Lake, Newfoundland and Labrador; Goose Bay Airport, 6 Vulcan Drive, Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador; Wabush Airport, 2 Airport Road, Wabush, Newfoundland and Labrador; and Gander International Airport, 1000 James Boulevard, Gander, Newfoundland and Labrador, excluding commissary agents, customer service manager, regional stations manager, station supervisor and customer service specialist, and those above these ranks”

  •  Bargaining unit order – Airport Terminal Services Canadian CompanyOrder No.: 11762-U

Application by Unifor for certification as bargaining agent for unit of employees of Airport Terminal Services Canadian Company – Unifor certified to be bargaining agent for unit comprising “all employees of Airport Terminal Services Canadian Company employed at Winnipeg International Airport, in the classifications of passenger service supervisor, passenger service crew chief, passenger service agent, excluding managers, persons above the rank of manager and persons covered by an existing certification order”

Board previously certified International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers as bargaining agent for unit of employees of L3 Technologies MAS (Canada) Inc.  – application by Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association (“AMFA”) seeking certification as bargaining agent for unit of employees of L3 – Board determined that majority of employees in the unit wish to have AMFA represent them as bargaining agent – AMFA certified as bargaining agent for unit comprising “all employees of L3 Technologies MAS Inc. at Trenton Airforce Base performing aircraft maintenance and related service functions, excluding office and clerical employees, Senior Technicians (DND Tutor), supervisors and those above the rank of supervisor”

CTA DECISIONS

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Licence 962538

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