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Bladder Cancer


Bladder cancer is one of the more common cancers. 8,900 Canadians were diagnosed with it in 2017, with nearly three quarters of them male. As cabin crew, we may have been exposed to two known contributing factors at higher frequencies than other people in the general population.



Should you be affected by bladder cancer, or should you know a colleague or recent retiree who has, the Union is in contact with survivors who are willing to offer valuable support or assistance based on their experiences.

The Union’s workers compensation specialists may also be of assistance for any claims related to workplace exposure.

Please contact us should you be interested.

In solidarity,

Your Air Canada Component of CUPE Health and Safety Committee