Air Canada is seeking to lessen the burden of its C$3.2 billion ($2.7 billion) pension solvency deficit in order to gain "financial certainty" and is asking unions "for a moratorium" on funding its defined benefit plans. AC contributed C$456 million to employees' defined benefits last year and former President and CEO Montie Brewer said earlier this year that "without further relief from the federal government, other corrective measures or fundamental changes, these costs will prove ...

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