Local 1763 Location
Canadian Health and Safety
Canadian Labour Congress
Local Lodge 1763 Executive Board
President – Andrew MacFarlane
V.P. – Paul Benoit
Recording Sec. – Chris Lipsit
Sec. Treasurer – Dale Evans
Conductor Sentinel – Shaun Dauphinee
Trustee – Ed Hepburn
Trustee – Chris Snelgrove
Trustee – Grant Graham (YQM)
- *Contact Us Information*
- Health & Safety
- Stations & Reps
Lawtons Pharmacy + Home Health Care Discount & MHCSI Pharmacy Benefits Management Program
Group Name (All Caps): IAMAW LOCAL 1763
Group Password (All Caps)LL1763
Local 1763 has set up a Membership Account that entitles active members and retirees to Lawtons Discount Cards & MHCSI Benefits (Managed Health Care Services Inc.) & discounts with select Maritime Pharmacies. We would encourage you to enroll in both of these beneficial programs, you can obtain more info by contacting MHCSI at 1-888-686-6427.
Local 1763, Atlantic Lodge
Transportation District 140 Bulletins
- BULLETIN 58 – SWISSPORT – DE-ICING – YWG
- BULLETIN 57 – AIR CANADA
- BULLETIN 56 – AIR CANADA – TMOS AGREEMENT
- BULLETIIN 55 – SWISSPORT CANADA FUEL SERVICES INC.
- BULLETIN 54 – SWISSPORT CANADA FUEL SERVICES INC.
- BULLETIN 53 – TO ALL IAMAW AIR CANADA MEMBERS
- BULLETIN 52 – TO ALL IAMAW AIR CANADA MEMBERS
- BULLETIN 51 – ATS CALGARY
Employees will be required to contact the Attendance Desk if they will be absent for their shift for any for reason including illness and bereavement. The Desk will be staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Call the Attendance Desk at 1-844-224-0113. Call at least one (1) hour prior to their scheduled start time.
Provide your name, employee number, department, station, reason for absence and expected date of return.
Brothers and Sisters,
As we draw closer to the October 19’th Federal Election we need to be increasing our conversations with our friends and families as well as those that work with and around us.
One point that must be included in these discussions is the NDP’s proposal of a $15/hr minimum wage for federally regulated workers. The majority of the Air and Rail transportation industry falls under these regulations.
Many of our junior members will be directly affected by this proposed increase. I encourage you to discuss this point with those around you and start conversations with others that may also be affected. As we know, our members working for airlines directly are federally regulated, but some of our members may not be aware that the third party service handling companies and refuelling workers will also be affected by this proposed increase.
Please continue the conversations and encourage those that could be affected to make sure they are registered to vote, and to vote for the party that will best serve the working class in this industry.
Political Action Committee Rep Atlantic