Can collective bargaining survive at Air Canada?

Apparent federal policy to use back-to-work legislation may have made strikes redundant

A fragile economy, the threat of another recession and a federal government ready to quickly invoke back-to-work legislation are all “profoundly changing” collective bargaining at Air Canada, according to some airline industry experts. And it could have a trickledown effect in other transportation industries.

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