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March 12, 2018

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PM #40065782 Labour Reporter Canadian www.labour-reporter.com March 12, 2018 Union grieves denial of access to workers at northern B.C. mine AFTER IT was denied access to members at a remote northern British Columbia mine, a union took its case to arbitration. Teamsters, Local 213 officials wanted to regularly visit employ- ees of Coeur Silvertip Holdings mine, located eight kilometres south of the border with Yukon. The closest community is Watson Lake, Yukon, which is about 140 kilometres away. The union wanted more regu- lar access to members of the bar- AUTO MANUFACTURING General Motors of Canada St. Catharines, Ont. (2,670 production workers) and the Union Renewal agreement: Effective Sept. 20, 2016, to Sept. 21, 2020. Signed on Sept. 25, 2016. Wage adjustments: Effective Sept. 20, 2016: 2% Effective Sept. 23, 2019: 2% Shift premium: $0.25 per hour for employee working in necessary continuous 7-day operations whose occupations SaskTel retail employee in Regina fired after falsifying sick note from doctor Doctor told employer dates didn't match up AFTER SHE took time off for what she claimed was an illness, a worker copied and pasted an old doctor's note with different dates, so Saskatch- ewan Telecommunications decided to fire her. The woman, identified as "JV," testified that in 2014 she suffered a series of misfortunate occur- rences in her personal life, which precipitated her to forge a note. She worked at a retail location in Regina. JV had worked for SaskTel from 2007, but on July 23, 2014, she was terminated. The union, Unifor, Local S-1, acknowledged that JV did something wrong by falsifying the document, but said dismissal was too harsh of a punishment. On July 4, 2014, Shirley Klein, occupational Photo: Google Street View ARBITRATION AWARDS COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS see Arbitration > pg. 12 see Collective agreements > pg. 3 pg. 2 Agreement reached Workers at Canadian Blood Services in Ontario agree to new contract after previous one turned down Westshore Terminals — British Columbia pg. 4 Nav Canada — Multiprovince pg. 4 Black Mountain Irrigation District — British Columbia pg. 5 Sodexo Canada — Alberta pg. 6 College Employer Council — Ontario pg. 6 Armtec — Alberta pg. 7 Nelson Lumber Company — Alberta pg. 8 Commercial Cleaning Services, Hastings County — Ontario pg. 10 The Calgary Exhibition and Stampede — Alberta pg. 10 COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS see 24-kilometre > pg. 12

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