days until our Collective Agreement expires, we are preparing, we are united and we will make change.

Component Holiday Message 2021

We want to take some time to thank all of our members who are working tirelessly around the globe and those who are on various leaves and are left to support family members. In many instances this work is done while many personal sacrifices are being made.  Our members are one of the few who do not have the luxury of a long break during the Christmas and New Year period. In fact, some are away and working through the entire period.  We all knew that was the deal when getting into this career, but no one could have forecasted the additional pressures that COVID has brought to us.  Your continued perseverance and dedication to bringing Canadians home and abroad is nothing short of courage in the line of fire. We will not dwell on all the trials and tribulations onboard as you know them all too well. We can only acknowledge and understand that this career is asking so much of so many during the pandemic. Your can-do attitude during these unique times has been nothing short of inspirational.  We are humbled and grateful to serve the membership at this time.

Wherever you are and whatever your burden is we hope that the New Year will bring us all renewed hope, optimism and a lighter load to carry.  We have endured so much in the past 18 months together and we promise that your Union will continue to be here for you whatever the future holds.

In anticipation of the work required during the holidays and the potential need to be aware of your contractual rights we have updated our Contract Guides (Click here for Mainline & Click here for Rouge) and our Reserve Handbook (CLICK HERE). We believe that through the education of our members about the Collective Agreement, the collective knowledge will benefit us all. We wish the very best of the holiday season to you and your families.  Your entire Union team will be available to you during the holiday period.

As a reminder, please contact your Local office (contact info below) for general questions, contract questions and concerns, or potential grievances.

Local Contact Information

Local 4091 – Montreal
Office Hours: Dec. 20th to 23rd : 09:00-16:00
Dec. 24th to 26th : Available by Email 
Dec. 27th to 31st : 09:00-16:00

Guillaume Leduc, President
info@local4091.ca
975 boul. Roméo Vachon Nord
Bureau 465
Dorval, QC  H4Y 1H1
Map to Local 4091 Office
Phone: 514-422-2235
Fax:     514-422-2471
www.4091.cupe.ca
Local 4092 – Toronto
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09:00-17:00
Denis Montpetit, President
office@local4092.ca
Toronto Pearson Int’l Airport
Terminal 1 Service Level Rm EBS 116
Mississauga, ON  L5P 1B4
Map to Local 4092 Office
Phone: 905-676-4293
Fax:     905-676-4763
www.local4092.ca
Local 4094 – Vancouver
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09:00-16:30
Carolyn Bugnon, President
officers@local4094.ca
6001 Grant McConachie Way
Richmond, BC  V7B 1K3
Map to Local 4094 Office
Phone: 604-295-4259
Fax:     604-270-5014
www.local4094.ca
Local 4095 – Calgary
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09:00-17:00
Kim Wentzell, President
office@local4095.ca
Calgary International Airport
2000 Airport Road NE
Departures Level – between outside doors 7 & 8
Calgary, AB  T2E 6W5
Map to Local 4095 Office
Phone: 403-221-2625
Fax:     403-221-2753
www.local4095.ca
Local 4098 – Rouge
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 09:00-16:30
Craig Smith, President
contact@cupe4098.ca
Toronto Pearson Int’l Airport
Terminal 1, Level 2, GA2022
Mississauga, ON  L5P 1B4
Map to Local 4098 Office
Phone:  905-678-6330
www.cupe4098.ca

 

The 24/7 email address can be utilised for time sensitive and urgent situations: 247@accomponent.ca.

For after-hours emergency situations such as Health & Safety Work Refusals; Emergency Landings; Drug and Alcohol Testing; and Search and Seizure and Arrests please call our Emergency Help Line 1 (866) 758-3037.  In addition, your Component Officers can be reached at contact@accomponent.ca.

In solidarity,

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