You were the one who raised the issue of pilots (ACPA and ALPA) driving 1 hour to and from work. I just pointed out that what you deem as odd, is in fact legal. If you are having problems with the math, I will do it for you. 1 hour drive + 2 hours of personal time + 8 hours prone rest + 1 hour return to the airport , meets the CARS legal requirement.
We, (ACPA) do not need to beg for changes because we have used our efforts to secure proper legal rest. We are lobbying for changes do duty day lengths using a science based approach, plus augmentation updates.
You can probably continue to operate whatever you are flying as you always have...., hopefully without passengers.......
Even with 12 hours contractual rest between check out to check in, Terminal 4 (Barrie) is a pretty tight stretch to pull off 8 hrs prone with the time for the 3's plus commute and the staff parking lot adventure to/from your vehicle. So are they really actually making use of the 12 hrs contractually and soon to be regulated rest to bring your A game to work?
Claiming fatigue 10-12 hrs later seems like a stretch for those who chose to live this lifestyle.
Is it any different than the flight crew member who claims fatigue at work but is streaming video on the company computer in company housing at 2 am. Really??
Again where does the employer's responsibility end??
When was the last time a pilot was convicted of operating an aircraft "unfit for duty" due to fatigue? Does that mean that it doesn't happen either from employer pressure or by poor lifestyle decision making? Not likely.