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  1. http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/story/2012/03/20/aveos-protest.html
  2. After the 60 day concilliation process is over there is a mandatory 21 day cooling off period in Canada. After that is over you can strike or get locked out after 72 hours notice is given by either party.
  3. Nothing is in Turmoil. Just par for the course. Nothing will get done until a week or so before the strike is announced. Same old, same old.
  4. Just wondering if you can give us some insite into how long A/C is viable for? I understand they are carrying 9 Billion in Debt again as well as the 3 Billion Pension shortfall. You did a nice analysis on Porters IPO, I figured you'd have some insite into A/C as well. Thanks.
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