Air Canada 777-300. By Rob Finlayson Air Canada (AC) and the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) representing the carrier's 6,800 flight attendants have agreed to binding arbitration to settle their dispute, eliminating the possibility of a strike. AC cabin crew earlier this month attempted to go on strike after voting down two tentative agreements negotiated by AC and CUPE leadership. But Canadian labor minister Lisa Raitt intervened by referring the matter to the ...

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