Canadian Labour Reporter

November 27, 2017

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PM #40065782 Labour Reporter Canadian www.labour-reporter.com November 27, 2017 Nova Scotia workers grieve missed overtime opportunity TWO EMPLOYEES at a Mil- ford, N.S., mine signed up for Sat- urday overtime but their names were not called when the extra work was assigned. James Grono, loader operator, and Peter Eisnor, RC shunter, sep- arately signed up on a Wednesday to work at National Gypsum the coming Saturday, but were passed over inadvertently. Grono put his name on a list on July 5, 2017, for a shift on July 8, but on July 7 he was told that his EDUCATION Louis Riel School Division Winnipeg (190 clerical, technical employees) and the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Local 4642 Renewal agreement: Effective Jan. 1, 2016, to Dec. 31, 2019. Signed on Feb. 3, 2017. Shift premium: $0.75 per hour for library assistant with 2-year diploma. Paid holidays: 10 days. Vacations with pay: 1 day for Long-time Sobey's employee in Calgary fired for stealing tea Actions blamed on confusion because of low blood glucose levels A DAIRY clerk who was hired in 1972 was ter- minated after video surveillance showed he con- sumed as much as $45 worth of tea and snacks without paying for them. Bob Makar worked at the Safeway As- pen Glen Landing store in Calgary as an overnight dairy clerk for the Sobey's-owned store. On Feb. 23, 2017, bakery manager Melinda Alexander no- ticed Makar went to the in-store Starbucks kiosk and made tea but neglected to pay for it. The company had a strict policy against grazing and had signs posted throughout the employee areas advising workers termination would be the result of any theft. Photo: kevin brine (Shutterstock) ARBITRATION AWARDS COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS see Arbitration > pg. 7 see Collective agreements > pg. 3 pg. 2 Tentative agreement CP, police association agree to five-year deal that includes wage hikes, better relocation allowance, more training B.C. Pavilion Corporation — British Columbia pg. 3 Foothills Alcohol Action Society (Foothills Centre) — Alberta pg. 4 White Spot — British Columbia pg. 4 Hydro One — Ontario pg. 5 Prairie Mines and Royalty (Paintearth/ Sheerness Mines) — Alberta pg. 6 COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS see Past > pg. 7

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