Canadian labour contributes one million to tsunami relief effort

OTTAWA – In the first week following the disaster, Canadian labour has pledged more than one million dollars to help the victims of the massive tsunami that devastated large areas all around the Indian Ocean – focussing first and foremost on the need to bring relief as quickly as possible…

Update on Air Canada Jazz shares

The Canadian Council of Teamsters wishes to inform its Air Canada Jazz members that it is still awaiting the payment of shares sold to a financial institution. The issue of cheques to members has therefore been postponed given we have still not received the funds. The Canadian Council of Teamsters’…

Air Canada Jazz: Latest News on the shares

Teamsters Canada wishes to inform its members with Air Canada Jazz that the shares issued by the airline have been received. The funds resulting from the sale of these shares will be distributed in the next 14-21 days approximately. Air Canada Jazz employees represented by Teamsters Locals are invited to…

Press conference on truck drivers’ working hours – Ottawa

Montreal, November 26, 2004 — Media representatives are invited to attend a press conference scheduled for 7:00 p.m. on Monday November 29, 2004 on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, next to the Parliament building. Jim Karygiannis, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Transport, Roger Gallaway, Chairman of the Standing Committee on…

Strike suspended at UPS

The Teamsters Union wishes to inform its members as well as the public at large that the strike at UPS is suspended as of Tuesday, November 23, 2004. The strike lasted 24 hours. The negotiating team for the Union have decided that the employer’s new offers tabled during the last…