Air Canada (TMOS) Appendix XXXXIV Memorandum of Agreement

Air Canada (TMOS) Appendix XXXXIV Memorandum of Agreement 

In 2016, the IAMAW ratified a (10) ten year agreement with Air Canada effective 2016 – 2026 that provided
job security and economic improvements to all members.

As part of that agreement, Appendix XXXXIV Memorandum of Agreement in the current Collective
Agreement was established to allow for negotiating reopeners.  It is extremely important that you take the
time to read and understand this Memorandum of Agreement. In particular, item 7 defines the process for
the 2019-2022 period of this (10) ten year agreement.  A full copy of this document is available on first
page of the District’s web site.

The process provided in this MOA is different from other years of bargaining. To simplify, it is limited to 90
days of negotiations, followed by 15 days of mediation (if required). If no collective agreement changes can
be achieved in that process, a maximum of (10) ten items from the union and (10) ten items from the
company can be put before a mediator/arbitrator for final binding determination in lieu of strike or
lockout.

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Notice to Former IAMAW Represented Employees of INTER-CANADIEN (1991) INC. / INTER-CANADIAN (1991) INC.

Update on INTER-CANADIEN (1991) INC. / INTER-CANADIAN (1991) INC.

The International Association of Machinist and Aerospace Workers (IAMAW) is pleased to announce that we are now in a position to distribute funds received through the resolution of legal proceedings that we undertook on behalf of our members relating to the bankruptcy of Inter-Canadien Inc.

The IAMAW has now posted a newspaper notice in regions, (and notices on known Facebook groups) where the former IAMAW members resided, in order to get an up to date list of contact details so that we can properly issue payments. The ad posted reads as follows:

Notice to Former IAMAW Represented Employees of INTER-CANADIEN (1991) INC. / INTER-CANADIAN (1991) INC.

Please be advised that the International Association of Machinist and Aerospace Workers (IAMAW) will be distributing some funds obtained through legal settlements to certain former members employed by Inter-Canadien / Inter-Canadian (1991) Inc. (the “Company”).

You may be eligible to receive some funds (in an amount estimated to be under $500) if:

  • You were employed by the Company at the date of its bankruptcy and closure in December 1999, and;
  • You were represented in that employment by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (“IAMAW”), and;
    You filed, or provided to the IAMAW, a proof of claim in the bankruptcy proceedings for amounts owed to you by the Company.

If you believe you may be eligible based on the above conditions, (or if you are the heir of a deceased person who may be eligible), please contact the IAMAW at the following email address: intercanadien@iamaw.ca to provide updated contact information (Name, employee number, address, phone number and email address) on or before December 7th, 2018.

Further information can be found at WWW.IAMAW.CA under the heading “Inter-Canadien / Inter-Canadian”

If you believe you may be eligible based on the conditions stated in this article, please contact the IAMAW, before December 7th, 2018, at the following email address: intercanadien@iamaw.ca to provide updated contact information as follows:

  • Name of former member,
  • Employee number (if available),
  • Mailing address,
  • Phone number, AND
  • Email address

In the event that a former member has deceased, you will also be required to provide the following information to the IAMAW:

  • Copy of Death Certificate, AND ,
  • Contact details for the legally appointed Executor to the former member’s estate

All of this information must be sent to us by the deadline of December 7th, 2018 by one of the following methods:

By email to intercanadien@iamaw.ca OR;
By fax addressed to “Inter-Canadien” at 416-386-0210

If you have any questions please contact us at the same email address – intercanadien@iamaw.ca