Responding to the Unifor vote for strike authorization, WestJet Executive Vice-President and Chief People, Corporate and Sustainability Officer, Angela Avery, commented: “This is a common step in the labour negotiation process and was not unexpected. We remain focused on successfully negotiating an agreement that provides value to our airport employees, many of whom have joined WestJet in the last year. In the meantime, we will continue to provide our guests with the friendly and affordable air travel WestJet has always been known for.” WestJet stated that it was “committed to competitive compensation that recognize airport employee contributions, while ensuring the

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