Cascade Aerospace facing dozens of layoffs
Approximately one-third of unionized employees at the Abbotsford-based aircraft maintenance company Cascade Aerospace could be laid off in the coming months.
According to Bruce Snow, a national representative with Unifor who works with the union’s Cascade unit, 69 members have been given notice of layoff, with the possibility of 50 more to come in November. At its height, the union had 461 members working at Cascade.
Thirty non-union employees are also being laid off, according to Snow. | READ MORE
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