Canadian Labour Reporter

January 2, 2018

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PM #40065782 Labour Reporter Canadian www.labour-reporter.com January 2, 2018 Edmonton police officer grieves after being shut out of promotion A GUILTY plea for improperly storing a firearm was enough to deny an Edmonton police office from being considered for a pro- motion to sergeant. Constable Sam Najmeddine had worked at the Edmonton Po- lice Service since 2003 in various departments including acting ser- geant in three separate divisions. During the arbitration hearing, Najmeddine testified he was ad- vised on numerous occasions by senior officers to "run the squad WAREHOUSING Zenith Logistics St. Albert, Alta. (10 material handlers) and Teamsters Canada, Local 362 Renewal agreement: Effective Jan. 18, 2017, to Jan. 17, 2020. Signed on May 16, 2017. Shift premium: $0.55 for all hours worked on second shift. $0.75 for all hours worked on third shift. $0.50 per hour for lead hand. Paid holidays: 12 days. Vacations with pay: 1 day per Vancouver nurse denied special leave to provide care for ailing child at home Employer didn't believe sickness was 'serious' A NURSE working at a hospital in Vancouver was denied pay when she left work to care for her sick child. Elina Barsky had worked at St. Paul's Hospital since 2004 as a registered nurse when she received a frantic Friday morning call around 8 a.m. on Nov. 4, 2016. Her husband advised her that their 10-year-old daughter was feverish, had flu-like symptoms and was vomiting. Since Barsky was a nurse, she asked the charge nurse if she could go home and care for her daugh- ter. As there was another nurse working who could take over Barsky's duties, she was given per- mission to go home. Before she did, she made sure her patients were stable and waited for the other nurse to take over. Photo: Google Street View ARBITRATION AWARDS COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS see Arbitration > pg. 8 see Collective agreements > pg. 3 pg. 2 Workers join OPSEU Canadian Mental Health Association employees chose large Ontario union for 'security and protection' Anishnawbe Mushkiki — Ontario pg. 3 Canadian North — Alberta pg. 3 Government of Northwest Territories — Northwest Territories pg. 4 Shaw Communications (Port Coquitlam) — British Columbia pg. 5 Pepsi Beverages Canada — Ontario pg. 6 Woodgreen Community Services — Ontario pg. 6 Town of Bonnyville — Alberta pg. 7 COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS see Mandatory > pg. 8

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