The union plays a vital role to ensure that the collective agreement is upheld to its highest standard. We, the leadership are the liaison between YOU and the company to make that you continue to work in a safe and fair environment.
District 301 is comprised of 27 Vice Chairs who are dedicated to assisting the membership with issues relating to work, life, or simply an ear to listen to. We are here to better serve our membership before, after and during your shift.
HEALTH AND SAFETY TEAM – TORONTO AIRPORT
Nancy Gray (Healthy & Safety Chair)
Teri Seaboyer (Health & Safety Rep)
Louise Passalacqua (Health & Safety Rep)
Celina Aguirre-Salazar (Health & Safety Rep)
Harold Bateman – Bargaining Representative (Central Region)
Tracey Potter – Air Canada Mainline Grievance Coordinator
Ada Zampini – National Grievance Coordinator
Tammy Moore – President Unifor Local 2002
Saúl Santiago Nolasco – Vice President (Local 2002 Central Region)
Charlotte Pape – Secretary Treasurer (Local 2002 Central Region)
A Women’s Advocate is a specially trained workplace representative who assists women with concerns such as workplace harassment, intimate violence, abuse, suicide prevention, depression, pregnancy, stress, separation and divorce.
Terry Carlucci – GIDIP Trustees (Central Region)
Canadian Benefits Consulting Group and your Board of Trustees in conjunction with GIDIP is pleased to provide an overview of the GIDIP process. Click here for more information (PDF)
GIDIP Benefit Booklet: Air Canada CSSA
Cate Moss – Human Rights Co-ordinator (Unifor Local 2002)
Aviva Atlani – Human Rights Advisors (Unifor Local 2002)
National Unifor Director (Airlines Sector)
Frances Galambosy – National Unifor Service Representative (Airline Sector)