Another 13 Dollar Thrifty sites will be sold to FSNA
or Macquarie or another buyer that has been approved by FTC after the completion of the deal.
The Federal Superannuates National Association (FSNA
) appears to have given up the fight, but military and RCMP vets continue to lobby for the removal of this unjust levy.
and its subsidiaries own: U-Save Car &Truck Rental, U-Save Car Sales, Rent-A-Wreck of Canada, Auto Rental Resource Center, Xpress Rent A Car and Peakstone Insurance.
The Federal Superannuates National Association (FSNA), which acts in the interest of Public Service and Canadian Forces retirees, recently announced that the Federal Court of Appeal has upheld a decision that the Compulsory Retirement Age policy in the Canadian Forces was discriminatory and a contravention of human rights.
FSNA has received a number of enquiries, although it should be emphasized that this ruling applies only to military personnel who were forced to retire under CRA rules after the Human Rights Act was proclaimed in 1977 and before September 1992 (when a regulation came into force which permitted a maximum retirement age in some cases).