Air Canada says it will maintain its normal schedule despite a planned strike by its flight attendants, who rejected a tentative contract deal with the carrier. This is the second time in three months that the union has rejected a tentative agreement. "We are perplexed and disappointed that two tentative agreements negotiated in good faith with and unanimously recommended by the democratically elected representatives of our flight attendants have failed to be ratified," said Duncan Dee, executive vice president and chief operating officer at the airline. "Air Canada remains hopeful that a disruption can be avoided."

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