As agreed upon between the company and the members the collective agreement has benefits negotiated and a summary of the provided coverage can be accessed here.
Our bylaws set out the rules for how our local democratically elects our representatives, and how it is run.
Your collective agreement sets out your rights and responsibilities at work. If you have any questions or concerns about your treatment, please talk to a member of the executive.
Click here for Legal Rest Periods and Meal Information
Please report to the Company and the union if you are unable to complete service and/ or schedule sufficient crew rest on long range flights. Please give us a schedule of how long the service took and and any further details on flight, such as equipment failures that prolonged service, turbulence, passenger issues, medicals, crew complement, etc.
Under the terms of the Collective Agreement you are entitled to an additional 30 minutes crew rest on board LOU18 & 22 flights only. (See LOU 60 for detailed contract language)
Scheduled flight over 11:30 are entitled to 2 hours onboard crew rest
LOU 18 flights:
duty periods under 14h59 are entitled to 2 ½ hrs onboard crew rest
duty periods from 15 hrs to 16h15 are entitled to 4 hrs.
LOU 22A flights:
duty periods from 16h16 -17h10 are entitled to 4 hrs onboard crew rest
duty periods from 17h11 – 18h00 are entitled to 4 ½ hrs
LOU 22B flights:
duty periods from 18h01 – 18hr45 are entitled to 5 hrs onboard crew rest
duty periods from 18h46 – 19h30 are entitled to 5 1/2 hrs
Meal breaks are to be taken separately from the on board crew rest.
To access and provide feedback regarding any and all instances that make your hotel stay unpleasant, please ensure to report on the Crew Care dashboard
Log Into ACAeronet> In-Flight Service > Crew Scheduling & Planning > Crew Care OR Expense Claims
What is the program?
The Employee and Family Assistance Program (EAP) offers confidential assistance to employees and their dependents experiencing personal problems. The EAP is jointly sponsored by Air Canada and the unions.
Why do we have a program?
In any organization as many as 10% of employees may be having personal problems, which can significantly affect various areas of their lives. In addition to the stress placed on the troubled individuals and those closest to them, the ability to fulfill their work responsibilities may be affected. The management and unions of Air Canada recognize that the majority of human problems can be resolved and the negative effects reduced. The EAP offers help to employees in identifying solutions and working toward them. Everyone concerned can benefit from positive resolution of problems.
YVR EAP representatives:
Vicki Jensen – Western Regional Coordinator
- Susan Cherry
- Mimi Reppen-Jeffers
- Debbie Florczak
- Christine Shea
- Shannon McBride
- Juliana Garcia-Niebla
- Monique McElveen
- Rhea Brunet
Human Solutions (formerly Wilson Banwell)
604-689-1717 (international or collect-call)
Contact the CrisisCentre.
The purpose of a Grievors statement is to note full details of an incident in writing. Details including dates, times, places, names of individuals involved and all other facts relating to the case. The answering of the who, what, where, when and why. Try to put statements in the form of quotes, focusing on factual events rather than perspective of what ‘he said/she said’. Ensure to sign and date this statement, as well as provide any relevant documentation regarding the incident.
What are my time limits for making pay claims?
How long do I have to claim for missing or erroneous meal expenses?
All Other Grievances (Art. 13.02)
What do I need to bring with me when filing a grievance?
- Your written statement outlining the event(s) that gave rise to your claim (who, what, where, why, when & how)
- Your original block, from PBS
- Your schedule from Globe
- Your original and revised pairing(s)
- Your detailed flight pay summary for the month(s) in question
- Your pay claim and denial
- Your bid sheet
- Which collective agreement provision has been violated
- Any other document(s) or information requested by the Local
- Any correspondence (fax, email, etc.) related to the issue or claim
Please keep a copy of all documents that you provide to your Local Union Office or the Company.What do I do if I disagree with Crew Scheduling about my rights?Explain your right and quote the applicable article from the Collective Agreement. Request that the crew scheduler abide by the Collective Agreement. Always write down the date, time and name of the Company representative. If unable to agree, cabin personnel are required to work now, grieve later.
Know your rights!
When it comes to your health and Safety, you have the…
1. Right to know
2. Right to participate
3. Right to refuse unsafe work
Canada Labour Code Part II
Duties of Employers
124 Every Employer shall ensure that the health and safety at work of every person employed by the employer is protected.
Duties of Employees
126(1) (g) While at work, every emmployee shall report to the employer any thing or circumstance in a work place that is likely to be hazardous to the health or safety of the employer, or that of the other employees of other persons granted access to the work place by the employer.
Occupational Health and Safety Documents
- Injured At Work
- Right to Refuse
- Report a Concern
- Report a Hazard
- Tips to Prevent Exposure to Oil Fumes
- Global Cabin Air Quality Executive
- Flight Attendant Drug & Alcohol Program
- Cosmic Radiation
You can access all electronic forms at ACAeronet > In- Flight Service > Crew Scheduling & Planning > eForms
Need PBS Assistance???
For ALL PBS related inquiries please e-mail email@example.com
If your inquiry is lengthy feel free to simply send an email asking for a call back including your name, employee number and contact number
Updated Reserve Handbook
Updated Reserve PowerPoint Presentation
New User Interface (U.I.) Introduction
Old U.I. vs. New U.I. Side by Side
PBS New UI Seminar on Youtube – Featuring Paul Bouchard
Bidding for a Stretch of Days Off
Reduced Reserve Days Off Table
Merged Block Worksheets 2019
Subject to change
All full-time members are part of the Air Canada Pension Plan.
Follow These Steps
1. Select My Hr from the tool bar at the top of the page
2. On the left side of the page in the My Pension section, select Information and Tools
3. Select Define Benefit to do the calculations. Chose Retirement Planner for self guided planning exercise
4. Select the first sentence Click here to view your pension information hypertext (Mercer OneView)
5. Several options for plan information, form & calculations. Choose Tools for calculations
6. Options for Short Term (within 4 months) or Long Term calculations
7. You can run different retirement dates. Different pension amounts and options will be displayed as applicable.These different scenarios can be saved for later viewing.
We encourage all pension plan members to use this guide to access your pension plan details and familiarize yourself with your greatest benefit. The more information and knowledgeable each of us have, the more prepared you will be to make decision about your pension.
All pension inquiries are now handled by Mercer call center representatives.
The contact is 1 800-645-5000 or eServices@aircanada.ca
Wage Indemnity Plan (WIP) Claim Forms and Return to Work Process
- English WIP Forms
- French WIP Forms
- Policy Booklet Eng
- Policy_Booklet Fr
- AC Rehab Program
- Return to Work Note Requirement
- Gradual Return to Work Program (GRTW)
WIP Information in Detail
- WIP Definitions
- WIP Claim Rules
- WIP Benefit Plan Provisions
- WIP Things to Know
- WIP Summary of Coverages
- WIP Weekly Coverage
- WIP LTD Coverage
- How To File A WIP Claim
If you have any questions about your claim, your benefits, or would like any information about WIP, please contact:
1) MANION WILKINS & ASSOCIATES LTD
1-800-663-7849 (Long Distance)
2) Stephen Morash
Long Distance in North America – 1-877-411-3552 Ext 258