The Union and Company have finished another three days of negotiations.
The Union and Company wound up another five days of negotiations today, without yet reaching a settlement.
After the release of the last bargaining bulletin, it has become apparent that the March 27-31 bargaining dates have generated a lot of discussion amongst the membership.
The current Classification Committee members were solicited for interest in the role, and after receiving multiple applications, the CATCA EB has chosen Gordon Howe of Buttonville. Gord brings a wealth of knowledge to the position, and he has a great desire to make improvements to the system.
Meetings resumed in Ottawa this week between the bargaining teams of CATCA and NAV Canada in the ongoing quest for a negotiated settlement. Proposals have now been exchanged on the main monetary issues, which enables both sides to assess the costs and benefits of an overall settlement.
The CATCA bargaining committee met in Ottawa on Monday, January 16 to prepare for the third session of talks with NAV Canada.
CATCA is pleased to announce the 2017 scholarship opportunities from Unifor.
Unifor has established 28 scholarships of $2,000 each. The bursaries are awarded to the children of Unifor members in good standing entering their first year of full-time post-secondary education in a Canadian institution.
When the Controllers in Fort McMurray heard that two of their own had also suffered at the hands of Mother Nature, they held a meeting and voted to send YQG $5,000 to be used towards the losses.
Will you have part of your 2016 Health Spending Account (HSA) allocation left over at the end of December? If so, you will be able to use that unused balance during 2017 – in addition to the fresh annual allocation of $750.