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Ottawa passes Air Canada back-to-work bill
Air Canada's labour disputes with the unions representing its machinists and pilots is heading toward binding arbitration after Ottawa passed a back-to-work bill early Wednesday morning.
Air Canada's Dreamliners to fly from seven Canadian cities
Air Canada is targeting seven major Canadian cities as departure points for the long-range Boeing 787 Dreamliner. The first plane in the carrier's order for 37 Dreamliners will arrive in the first quarter of 2014, followed by six more of the aircraft ...
Boeing has inspected five 787s for fuselage flaw  Reuters
Dreamliner 787 jet from Boeing shows off its assets to media on flight from ...  Toronto Star
Air Canada wildcat sparked by suspensions
Air Canada has been plagued by labour troubles for the past year. The airline and its pilots and mechanics have been in a bitter contract feud that recently prompted the federal government to step in with legislation banning strikes or lockouts at the ...
Air Canada ground crew sent back to work after wildcat strike causes flight ...  National Post
Air Canada pilots challenge back-to-work legislation
Citing economic impact, Lisa Raitt orders Air Canada back to work
Labour Minister Lisa Raitt will introduce back-to-work legislation to block a work stoppage at Air Canada. Flights would have been grounded after the airline said it would lock out its pilots on the same day its workers were also set to strike ...
Ottawa steps in to block Air Canada labour disruption  National Post
Air Canada Strike Averted, But Protesters Angry At Government's Heavy ...  Huffington Post Canada
Air Canada fallout goes beyond wildcat strike
A series of events triggered by the landing of Ms. Raitt on a flight from North Bay sparked a wildcat strike at Toronto's Pearson International Airport, creating travel chaos for 24,000 customers across North America and placing further strain on Air ...
Air Canada: How labour relations dissolved into a wildcat strike  Toronto Star
Air Canada ground crew stage wildcat strike at Toronto's Pearson ...  National Post
Quebec threatens to sue Air Canada, Ottawa over Aveos layoffs
The Quebec government is considering suing Air Canada and the federal government for the loss of nearly 1,800 Montreal jobs after the closing of aircraft repair firm Aveos Fleet Performance Inc. Members of the Quebec National Assembly voted unanimously ...
O' Air Canada, do you really want to separate families?  Forbes
Air Canada, Pearson International return to normal after chaotic travel weekend
While the fog and runway issues contributed to the disruptions, Air Canada also filed for an injunction with the Canada Industrial Relations Board (CIRB) over the weekend, alleging a higher-than-normal amount of its pilots had called in sick, in ...
Air Canada flights could be cancelled, thousands of passengers impacted ...  Toronto Star
The real air rage is airfares
Air Canada labour fight spills over onto flyers
Air Canada's customers are becoming collateral damage in a labour standoff between the country's largest carrier and its biggest unions.
Squeezed by Air Canada, aircraft repair firm Aveos shuts down
Aveos, formerly called Air Canada Technical Services, has struggled since being spun off from the airline in 2004. Nearly 1,800 of the Canadian workers who lost their jobs were those assigned to airframe heavy maintenance projects, which involve ...
Discourteous behaviour from Air Canada baggage handlers towards Minister Raitt ...
Ms. Raitt had referred an Air Canada labour dispute to the Canadian Industrial Relations Board, thereby preventing a strike during a week that is a school holiday in parts of Canada.