The work continues to amplify your voice at WestJet

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Dear WestJetters,

We have recently learned that WPFAA has ended its organizing drive at WestJet. We know the amount of hard work involved in an organizing drive, and we would like to extend our thanks to Tara Mowat and all those involved with the WPFAA campaign. Their dedication over the past years has helped show that WestJet flight attendants truly are committed to having legal representation and a negotiated collective agreement. This is not the time to give up on that goal.

Right now, there is an incredible opportunity to join your voices together, improve your working conditions, and make your jobs even better. With the support of Canada’s flight attendant union, you can secure the strong, constructive, and legally binding representation that you deserve. CUPE represents the vast majority of flight attendants in Canada, with 11,500 airline members nationwide. We have a long and proud track record of listening to our members and working with them to achieve the best contracts in the industry.

CUPE’s goal is not to become your voice; it is to amplify your voice. We are committed to fair working conditions and a safer, more respectful work environment at WestJet. Let’s work together to make this a reality.

In solidarity,

Mark Hancock
National President

National Secretary-Treasurer

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