Air Canada Labour Dispute
Posted: Oct 09, 2013 12:03 AM ET
The Federal Labour Minister's decision to turn Air Canada's contract dispute over to the Industrial Labour Relations Board may mean flight attendants cannot leave Air Canada grounded. But after twice snubbing tentative deals from their union, have those same flight attendants left the credibility of their union leadership up in the air? And does the federal move to step in at this point carry its own baggage?
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