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We have formed this association representing every active and retired employee in Air Canada and connecting carriers.
Our purpose is to challenge the discriminatory practice of Air Canada's B1 Pass Priority given to ACPA and any other employee groups. This change in their policy ignores the long standing historical use of the Date of Joining.
Membership in AC-SOS is dedicated to all Active and Retired employees and their spouses who feel they have been unjustly dealt with and discriminated by our company. The years of dedicated and loyal service which was the foundation for the company we see today has been unjustly ignored.
This is about an injustice to all retirees and active employees.
I invite all Active and Retired employees and spouses to join this movement now. A membership donation of $ 50.00 is the dues each member will pay. This fee will be used to pay all financial expenses of AC-SOS during its life.
We will challenge Air Canada in court to determine the legality of this new policy. It is through the legal system that we will have the respect we have earned and this new policy overturned.
I remain convinced we shall win this in the end.
The Federal Labour Arbitration Courts in Canada have ruled previously that Employee Travel is a "Benefit: and that they company can not act in an arbitrary fashion void of other guiding principles, by administrating uneven policies which discriminate and disadvantage against one member to the advantage and favour of others in various employee groups.