Comités

The Air Canada Component’s committees are made up of members who give of their time to build a stronger union. Each committee page contains a general description of the committee, its mandate, terms of reference as well as news pertaining to their subject area.

Benefits Committee

The Benefit Committee is an Ad Hoc Committee established under Section 9.2 of the Air Canada Component of CUPE bylaws. 1. Work with the Component

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Bilingual Committee

The main purpose of the Component Bilingual Committee is to safeguard and promote Canada’s two official languages in the workplace as well as within the

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Bylaw Committee

The Bylaw Review Committee is an Ad Hoc Committee established under Section 9.2 of the Air Canada Component of CUPE bylaws. Its purpose is to

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Central Site

THE CENTRAL SITE REPRESENTATIVE SHALL: 1. The Committee shall comprise of two (2) Central Site representatives appointed by the Component President, with one representative that

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Crew Rest Committee

Rest protocols are crucial to the health and wellness of our members whether onboard  or at layover stations.  The Mandate of the Crew Rest Committee

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Comité d'éducation

Le Comité de l’éducation de la composante d’Air Canada annonce la tenue de nouveaux cours qui seront offerts à Vancouver du 13 mai au 1er juin

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Comité des Griefs

INTRODUCTION Bonjour et bienvenus sur le nouveau site Web du Comité des griefs. Nous sommes très heureux de notre nouveau site et nous croyons qu’il

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Comité des Nouveaux Aéronefs

The CUPE New Aircraft Committee reviews aircraft designs from a health and safety perspective. Two aircraft are being reviewed: B787-800-223 passenger and B787-900-256 passenger models.

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Comité du PBS

The Joint and Local PBS Committees provide support for the membership in regards to the PBS system. Our goal is to ensure that the system

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Comité de réserve

This committee consists of one member from each Local, appointed by the Local President and one Component appointed member. Each Local Component Committee member, in

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Comité de Scrutin

The Component Tabulating Committee is comprised of a Component Tabulating Chairperson, and Local Tabulating representatives from each base.  The Tabulating Committee abides by the Component

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Triangle Rose

The Air Canada Component Pink Triangle Committee promotes and defends the rights and freedoms of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and transsexual (LGBTT) persons. Their active

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Comité de L’uniforme

The Component Uniform Committee is comprised of a Component Uniform Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson, and Local Uniform representatives from each base.  The Uniform Committee participates in all

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Comité des Femmes

Why do Women need their own Committee?All levels of union leadership must actively promote representative participation in the Union as a means of ensuring that

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