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    Air Canada’s customer service and airport workers voted 87.7% in favour of a new collective agreement reached under the threat of back-to-work legislation.


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    In another break with the David Miller era, city council has approved a pedestrian tunnel to the Billy Bishop island airport.


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    Jeff Taylor, president of the Air Canada component of CUPE, says he wants the government to respect the union’s right to collective bargaining.


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    Air Canada’s flight attendants have overwhelmingly rejected a tentative deal negotiated by their union.

    Air Canada’s flight attendants have overwhelmingly rejected a tentative deal negotiated by their union.
    Credit: Vince Talotta/Toronto Star File Photo

    Bumpy times continue at Air Canada as flight attendants reject tentative contract, just as pilots did in the spring.


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    Gantcho Mantchorov, a U.K.-based data security consultant, said bags "should not travel ahead of the passengers."

    Gantcho Mantchorov, a U.K.-based data security consultant, said bags "should not travel ahead of the passengers."
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    A passenger travelling from Vancouver to London-Heathrow says Air Canada officials loaded his two pieces of luggage onto a flight that he missed.


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    Air Canada flight attendants turned down a tentative deal in late August, echoing a similar rejection by Air Canada’s pilots in the spring.

    Air Canada flight attendants turned down a tentative deal in late August, echoing a similar rejection by Air Canada’s pilots in the spring.
    Credit: Andrew Vaughan/THE CANADIAN PRESS

    Air Canada’s flight attendants give 98 per cent strike mandate. Walkout could hit as early as next Wednesday


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    Flight attendants, who voted 98 per cent in favour of strike action, have set a deadline of 12:01 a.m. Wednesday for a walkout if there is no deal.

    Flight attendants, who voted 98 per cent in favour of strike action, have set a deadline of 12:01 a.m. Wednesday for a walkout if there is no deal.
    Credit: PHIL HOSSACK/CP

    The airline’s rival WestJet announces it will add flights in the event of a strike at Air Canada.


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    Charlie Laister, a flight attendant for 37 years, addresses coleagues on strike today outside Terminal One at Toronto's Pearson Airport.

    Charlie Laister, a flight attendant for 37 years, addresses coleagues on strike today outside Terminal One at Toronto's Pearson Airport.
    Credit: STEVE RUSSELL/TORONTO STAR

    Talks to avert a midnight strike by 6,800 flight attendants at Air Canada are expected to resume Tuesday but the airline is preparing for the worst.


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    Charlie Laister, a flight attendant for 37 years, speaks to striking Air Canada workers outside Terminal One at Pearson International Airport.

    Charlie Laister, a flight attendant for 37 years, speaks to striking Air Canada workers outside Terminal One at Pearson International Airport.
    Credit: STEVE RUSSELL/TORONTO STAR

    Air Canada has averted a second strike this year as a tentative agreement was reached Tuesday with its 6,800 flight attendants.


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    'We Day' event at Air Canada Centre inspires kids like sixth grader Sam Tindall to go out into the world and make it a better place.


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    This July 5, 2010 file photo shows a view of the outside of Research in Motion Facility in Waterloo, Ontario. The BlackBerry maker has landed at the top of a ranking of the country’s most desirable employers.

    This July 5, 2010 file photo shows a view of the outside of Research in Motion Facility in Waterloo, Ontario. The BlackBerry maker has landed at the top of a ranking of the country’s most desirable employers.
    Credit: GEOFF ROBINS/AFP/GETTY IMAGES

    Look who has landed at the top of a ranking of the country’s most desirable places to work.


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    Senior airline executive warns that high fees facing Canadian passengers are costing Canada a place as a global air hub.


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    The airline's flight attendants have rejected a second tentative deal, setting in motion a possible strike at midnight Thursday.


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    Air Canada employees hold a rally at Pierre Elliott Trudeau airport in Montreal, Tuesday, Sept., 20, 2011 after talks over pay and conditons between unions and management broke down. The federal government is considering its options on how to handle a renewed threat of a strike at Canada's largest airline.

    Air Canada employees hold a rally at Pierre Elliott Trudeau airport in Montreal, Tuesday, Sept., 20, 2011 after talks over pay and conditons between unions and management broke down. The federal government is considering its options on how to handle a renewed threat of a strike at Canada's largest airline.
    Credit: Graham Hughes/THE CANADIAN PRESS

    Air Canada no longer appears to be headed toward its second strike this year.


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    The decision not to strike came after Labour Minister Lisa Raitt sent the long-simmering dispute to the Canada Industrial Relations Board.

    Labour Minister Lisa Raitt has referred the dispute between Air Canada flight attendants and their employer to the Canada Industrial Relations Board for review.
    Credit: MARK BLINCH/REUTERS

    Air Canada’s 6,800 flight attendants called off their planned strike after a move from the federal Conservatives made a walkout illegal.


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    An Air Canada flight attendant walks through the terminal at the Halifax airport on Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2011.

    An Air Canada flight attendant walks through the terminal at the Halifax airport on Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2011.
    Credit: Andrew Vaughan/THE CANADIAN PRESS

    The union representing Air Canada flight attendants scheduled protests Thursday after a planned strike was blocked by the federal labour minister.


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    Air Canada passengers wait to check-in at Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport on Wednesday, October 12, 2011 in Montreal.

    Air Canada passengers wait to check-in at Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport on Wednesday, October 12, 2011 in Montreal.
    Credit: Ryan Remiorz/THE CANADIAN PRESS

    Air Canada files a bad-faith bargaining complaint against union representing 6,800 flight attendants, who called off planned midnight strike.


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    About 100 angry Air Canada flight attendants equipped with whistles stage a noisy demonstration at Trudeau International Airport in Montreal Thursday, Oct.13.

    About 100 angry Air Canada flight attendants equipped with whistles stage a noisy demonstration at Trudeau International Airport in Montreal Thursday, Oct.13.
    Credit: Peter Ray/THE CANADIAN PRESS

    Air Canada could be accused of unfair labour practices, a leading Canadian labour lawyer said Friday.


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    Air Canada flight attendants and their supporters protest outside Labour Minister Lisa Raitt's constituency office in Milton. (Oct. 13, 2011)

    Air Canada flight attendants and their supporters protest outside Labour Minister Lisa Raitt's constituency office in Milton. (Oct. 13, 2011)
    Credit: J.P. MOCZULSKI/THE CANADIAN PRESS

    Competition cannot be advanced by government favouritism of a single competitor.


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    Air Canada flight attendants and their supporters protest outside Federal Labour Minister Lisa Raitt's constituency office in Milton, Ont. Thursday, October 13, 2011. The union representing Air Canada's flight attendants is taking the fight to preserve free collective bargaining to the Harper government’s front door.

    Air Canada flight attendants and their supporters protest outside Federal Labour Minister Lisa Raitt's constituency office in Milton, Ont. Thursday, October 13, 2011. The union representing Air Canada's flight attendants is taking the fight to preserve free collective bargaining to the Harper government’s front door.
    Credit: J.P. MOCZULSKI/THE CANADIAN PRESS

    The union representing Air Canada's flight attendants is taking the fight to preserve free collective bargaining to the government’s front door.


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