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

Day of Mourning

April 28th – Remembering those who never got to go home, or whose lives have been forever changed.

Across countless industries there are always pressures that can infringe on safety. Ours is no different. We must always keep safety closest to our hearts, and make it our number one priority.

Please join us in a moment of silence to honour our CUPE colleagues who lost their lives at work in 2022, as well as the thousands of workers from all industries who suffered workplace injuries and hundreds who died while on the job.

Sherri Anne D’Amour, CUPE 5167, Ontario
Michael Boulanger, CUPE 4705, Ontario
Wilmer Gonzalez, CUPE 2740, Saskatchewan

In solidarity,

Your Air Canada Component of CUPE Health and Safety Committee

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