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Ottawa passes Air Canada back-to-work bill
Darren Calabrese/National PostBill C-33, which passed early Wednesday morning, removes the right for Air Canada to lock out its ground crews, mechanics and pilots, and the unions that represent those workers from striking.
Bill passes to send Air Canada labour disputes to binding arbitration  Globe and Mail
Lawmakers pass Air Canada back-to-work bill  Toronto Star
Suspension of Air Canada workers who slow clapped Raitt caused wildcat strike
The union representing Air Canada's ground crew claimed Friday that a wildcat strike was sparked after three workers were suspended for “slow clapping” federal labour minister Lisa Raitt at Toronto's Pearson Airport and sarcastically telling her she ...
Air Canada's brand takes (another) beating  Toronto Star
Air Canada Wildcat Strike: Heckling Of Lisa Raitt Turned Into Walkout  Huffington Post Canada
Air Canada strike: Lisa Raitt steps in to block labour disruption
Federal Labour Minister Lisa Raitt, came under fire Thursday after she again stepped in to prevent a labour disruption at Air Canada over the busy March Break by referring its dispute with the unions representing its pilots and machinists to the Canada ...
Bill stops Air Canada pilots from striking during bargaining  Toronto Star
Air Canada ground crew sent back to work after wildcat strike causes flight chaos
Air Canada said its ground crew employees in both Toronto and Montreal were returning to work Friday morning after a wildcat work stoppage that led to dozens of flight delays and cancellations.
Air Canada pilots challenge back-to-work legislation
Air Canada ground crew forced back to work in Toronto  News Talk 650 CKOM
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.
Lost Aveos jobs in Montreal head to Ont.  Toronto Sun
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 ...
Challenging weekend for Air Canada after multiple pilots reportedly call in sick  National Post
Air Canada flights could be cancelled, thousands of passengers impacted ...  Toronto Star
Quebec threatens to sue Air Canada, Ottawa over Aveos layoffs
Members of the Quebec National Assembly voted unanimously on Wednesday to urge the provincial government “to act as soon as possible in taking all legal actions to keep Air Canada maintenance services in Montreal,” in compliance with the 1988 Air ...
O' Air Canada, do you really want to separate families?  Forbes
Quebec mulls legal action against Air Canada over Aveos shutdown  Financial Post
Air Canada: Why adding the Boeing 787 Dreamliner could be a travel gamechanger
The long-anticipated 787 plane, also known as the Dreamliner, made a stop in Toronto on Friday as part of Air Canada's 75th anniversary celebrations.
At Air Canada's 75th, distant dream on display  Financial Post
Dreamliner makes long-awaited Canadian debut  Globe and Mail
What would help Air Canada?
Second, unless Air Canada is able to start up two new low-cost subsidiaries - one for the North American market and the other for long-haul international markets - the airline's future is more cloudy.
Air Canada faces a tough transformation as it celebrates a milestone anniversary  CAPA - Centre for Aviation
Air Canada labor fight spills over onto fliers  Bangor Daily News
Former Aveos workers' pensions safe at Air Canada: union
Perhaps the only silver lining in the abrupt filing for bankruptcy protection by Aveos Fleet Performance Inc. this month is that its employees' pensions remain with Air Canada, according to Chuck Atkinson, president of the International Association of ...