Reeling from a C$1.03 billion ($824.3 million) loss in 2008 and facing worker discontent over a growing pension shortfall and the pending dissolution of parent company ACE Aviation Holdings, Air Canada yesterday announced a front office restructuring and the resignation of President and CEO Montie Brewer effective today. He will be succeeded by Calin Rovinescu, who was an AC executive from 2000 to 2004 before joining Genuity Capital Markets, a Canadian investment bank. "I am very proud of ...

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