Following Air Canada’s decision to subcontract some of its maintenance work offshore, the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers has expressed its fears for the future of Aveos Fleet Performance maintenance company, which is a separate company that provides maintenance of landing gear and engines services to Air Canada. The union’s members at Air Canada had given notice they would strike March 12 after the two sides failed to reach a contract agreement but federal Labour Minister Lisa Raitt blocked that move. In the Aveos negotiation, the machinists union is seeking conciliation in a bid to get more details

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