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Arbitrator favours Air Canada’s final offer to pilots in labour dispute

As I wrote in May, a labour dispute between Air Canada and its pilots led to back-to-work legislation. The federal government imposed binding arbitration and an arbitrator was chosen to deal with the labour dispute.

On July 30, 2012, the federal arbitrator made a decision which ends the dispute in favour of Air Canada: a five-year collective agreement effective until April 2016.

Last month, another federal arbitrator sided with Air Canada in a long-standing labour dispute between the airline and its unionized machinists, imposing the company’s final contract offer, a five-year deal that includes pension changes for any new hires.

Christina Catenacci
First Reference Human Resources and Compliance Editor

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Christina Catenacci

Christina Catenacci, BA, LLB, LLM, was called to the Ontario Bar in 2002 and has since been a member of the Ontario Bar Association. Christina worked as an editor with First Reference between February 2005 and August 2015, working on publications including The Human Resources Advisor (Ontario, Western and Atlantic editions), HRinfodesk discussing topics in Labour and Employment Law. Christina has decided to pursue a PhD at the University of Western Ontario beginning in the fall of 2015. Read more
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