While I agree, it's not exactly the same situation as Canjet, the Tiger Airways 'pilot' issues ARE quite similar.
What interests me is the fact that the pilots at Tiger are taking steps to get a handle on who jumps into their Australian registered company aeroplanes to fly. (1989 anyone?)
What are the Canadian pilots at Canjet doing to protect pilot positions here at home? If they were an American carrier represented by ALPA I can assure, this horsesh*t wouldn't go on. But since they are a Canadian outfit that isn't losing American jobs, who gives a sh*t? Certainly none of the ALPA pilots at Canjet.
They're asleep at the switch.