The Canadian Press

2001-11-08 | Canada 3000

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Talks between Canada 3000 and its unions broke off in November without agreement on layoffs or how the airline could be saved. CUPE's Francois Bellmare said the union gave in to all of Canada 3000's demands, but the talks broke off anyway. (A lawyer for Canada 3000 said CUPE wanted a guarantee that no more than 500 flight attendants would be laid off, and that would handcuff the company.)

Date: 2001-11-08
Placeline: TORONTO, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 17 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << they were looking at which concession we've agreed to the wage concession they wanted to pay freeze we've given them that we found a way to address those layoffs we worked all night on this proposal and the company rejected it >>