Canadian North

Canadian North


Our members serve as customer service agents at airports and cargo offices in Ottawa, Edmonton, Yellowknife, Iqaluit, and both in the Eastern and Western Arctic. The duties that they perform are processing passengers, processing baggage, ticketing, and reservations ensuring all customer needs are administered. They also ensure the aircraft weight and balance, load forms, waybills, and manifests for shipment of freight and loading of cargo are handled according to company operations.

Canadian North and First Air Members – Merger Update for November 15, 2019

Since our discussions with the Company in September 2019, we can report to the members that both parties have come to an agreement 

5:19 PM | November 15, 2019

Canadian North & First Air Customer Service Members: Merger Update for August 30, 2019

As you are aware, the Company has announced that effective November 1st, 2019, there will be a new joint flight schedule implemented, which will include flights operated by both Canadian North and First Air.

11:40 AM | August 30, 2019

Canadian North Customer Service: Recap of the UMHQ Meeting held on June 25th, 2019

On Tuesday, June 25th, the Union met with the Company in Edmonton at a Union / Management meeting (UMHQ)...

2:00 PM | June 27, 2019

Canadian North Customer Service Members: 2019 Bargaining Survey

In bargaining, surveys are an important measure of our membership’s needs and concerns...

2:30 PM | June 10, 2019

Canadian North CSA’s – Negotiating for a new Collective Agreement

As you aware, your current collective agreement expired on December 31st, 2018. The Company and the Union had agreed to delay the negotiating process due to the upcoming merger with First Air. 

3:21 PM | June 3, 2019

Merger Update: First Air & Canadian North-Districts: 226,251,253, 352

Following the First Air/Canadian North merger announcement on Friday, July 6th, 2018, Unifor Local 2002 has compiled a Question and Answer document pertaining to the merger process...

3:15 PM | July 20, 2018

First Air and Canadian North merge in effort to better serve communities

On Friday July 6th, Makivik Corporation (parent company of First Air) and the Inuvialuit Corporate Group (parent company of Canadian North) announced that they have signed an agreement in principle to merge...

4:30 PM | July 9, 2018
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