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(Toronto) Our members at A.S.P perform security-related functions at airport entrances throughout Toronto’s Pearson International Airport. Members provide terminal access control, door patrol, airside access, pass control, and security specialists. Members also perform work as Canine security specialists responding to security calls for explosive detection and other related security concerns. Unifor represents Operational Support Representatives (OSRs) providing passenger, queue management and access control into various areas within the terminals.

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ASP bargaining committee demands fair deal

Your bargaining committee resumed negotiations with the company and met on several dates in July.

9:14 AM | July 28, 2011

Bargaining resumes for ASP

Although the CAW gave notice to bargain a new collective agreement for ASP six months ago, the company has been reluctant to begin the bargaining process.

4:12 PM | June 16, 2011

ASP Bargaining Update

The CAW approached the Company with notice to bargain a new collective agreement per the attached letter dated January 31, 2011...

3:30 PM | June 3, 2011

ASP bargaining update

The CAW was scheduled to resume bargaining with the employer...l

3:11 PM | May 20, 2011

A.S.P. - Collective Bargaining Proposal Meeting

The CAW is holding Proposal meetings on Tuesday, April 5th for all members of District 356. We strongly encourage every member from A.S.P. to attend...

4:30 PM | March 31, 2011

CAW and A.S.P. prepare for bargaining

The bargaining committee members that were democratically elected by the ASP membership along with Ashley Watkins - Local 2002 Executive Assistant and Joel Fournier - CAW Staff Representative who will help facilitate the process, will form your new CAW Local 2002 A.S.P. Bargaining Committee...

3:30 PM | March 25, 2011

A.S.P. general membership meeting

The CAW is holding a general membership meeting on Tuesday, March 8, 2011 for all members of A.S.P. - District 356...

1:00 PM | February 25, 2011
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