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November 19, 2018

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PM #40065782 Labour Reporter Canadian www.labour-reporter.com November 19, 2018 Sawmill labourer fired after failure to lock out lumber equipment DURING A LUMBER mill shut- down, a labourer sticker picker was advised to clean his area but he neglected to follow a Plaster Rock, N.B., employer's procedure and lock out his equipment. Andy Jenkins had worked at the Twin Rivers Paper mill since 1997 (with an absence from 2008 until 2014) when on Nov. 1, 2017, Galen Corbin, supervisor, ap- proached Jenkins and a co-work- er and told them to clean-up their work areas during a mill down- time. Jenkins pushed the E-stop, North Battleford, Sask., grocery-store worker alleges employer short-changed vacation AFTER A DISCOVERY Co-Operative worker discovered he hadn't been receiving his owed va- cation credits, he filed a grievance and asked for nine weeks of vacation to be awarded. Jerry Burnett worked at a North Battleford, Sask., store since he was first hired as a student in 1977. He became a full-time worker on June 23, 1980, after he graduated from high school. Even- tually, Burnett became produce manager. The issue was first brought up by Burnett in 1986, when he discovered a worker with nine years of experience was entitled to receive four weeks of vacation per year. However, when Bur- nett brought this up with the employer, he was told that student service time did not count to- ward vacation entitlement. Burnett didn't pursue the issue any further, fig- uring there was nothing more he could do. But in 2001, co-op management told Burnett that he would be receiving an award recognizing SENIOR CARE Intercare Corporate Group Calgary (943 nurses, clerks, assistants, cooks, aides, maintenance employees) and the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Local 8 Renewal agreement: Effective July 1, 2018, to June 30, 2020. Ratified on Sept. 12, 2018. Signed on Oct. 22, 2018. Shift premium: $3.25 per hour (previously $3 per hour) for all hours worked between 11 p.m. Friday and 7 a.m. Monday. ARBITRATION AWARDS COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS see Collective agreements > pg. 3 pg. 2 Job action ends After 36 days on strike, employees at Moose Jaw Co-op reach agreement on new contract Ventra Group — Ontario pg. 4 NorthernTel — Ontario pg. 5 Nova Scotia Construction Labour Relations Association — Nova Scotia pg. 5 Old Dutch Foods — Alberta pg. 6 Westlock County — Alberta pg. 7 COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS Photo: Google Street View see Company > pg. 8 2 0 1 8 READERS' LABOUR RELATIONS TRAINING CHOICE irc.queensu.ca Negotiation Skills, Dec. 3-7, 2018: Vic toria Developing Negotiating Styles & Tactics to Master the Dynamics of Collective Bargaining Managing Unionized Environments, Nov. 27-29, 2018: Toronto Living the Collective Agreement see Arbitration > pg 8

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