Air Canada's pilots choose new leaders, months after losing arbitration ruling

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  1. tcook052
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    http://www.montrealgazette.com/busi...s+after+losing+arbitration/7447701/story.html

    TORONTO — Air Canada's pilots have selected new leaders to oversee the 3,000 member union, a few months after losing an arbitration ruling that imposed a new collective agreement with the country's largest airline.

    Craig Blandford was elected president of the Air Canada Pilots Association and will replace Paul Strachan, whose two-year term ends Dec. 31.

    Geoff Wall was elected to complete the term of Jean-Marc Belanger as chairman of the association's master executive council through 2013.

    Strachan and Belanger didn't seek re-election, choosing instead to resume their flying careers.
     
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    I'm trying to think of a funny AA/AC joke, but I'm drawing a blank. :D
     

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