Canadian Labour Reporter

December 10, 2018

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PM #40065782 Labour Reporter Canadian December 10, 2018 Canadian Blood Services employee not paid for holidays during sick leave A LONG-TIME employee of Canadian Blood Services in New Brunswick was on sick leave for more than four months and was surprised to find out that four statutory holidays were not paid to her during her time off. Ana Boboescu worked as a regular part-time donor-care as- sociate since 1999, when she went on leave from May 1 to Sept. 11, 2017. At the time, she testified she had about 1,000 sick-leave credit hours in her bank. "On each paycheque, regu- lar part-time and temporary 5 police officers in Thunder Bay, Ont., grieve after court-leave payments denied FIVE POLICE officers who attended court and were advised their services were no longer required each filed claims for short-notice cancel- lation pay — but all were refused. Const. Rob Bonthron, Det. Const. Jesse Lep- ere, Det. Const. Tom Armstrong, Const. Bran- don Tyrvainen and Sgt. Justin Dubuc collectively grieved, along with the union, the Thunder Bay Police Association (TBPA), after the officers did not receive payments when they were given short notice that their Thunder Bay, Ont., court appear- ances were cancelled. "If a member's court attendance is cancelled less than 24 hours before scheduled, the member shall receive a payment of four hours' straight time pay," according to article 6.02 of the collective agreement. Bonthron and Lepere attended the court on Feb. 13 but were advised by the Crown attorney that they would not be required for that day, as VEHICLE RENTALS Ryder Truck Rental Canada Calgary (15 technicians) and the Logistics, Manufacturing and Allied Trades Union, CLAC Local 56 Renewal agreement: Effective Oct. 1, 2018, to Sept. 30, 2021. Signed on Oct. 31, 2018. Wage adjustments: Effective Oct. 3, 2019: 2% Effective Oct. 1, 2020: 2% Shift premium: $2 per hour (previously $1.50 per hour) for ARBITRATION AWARDS COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS see Collective agreements > pg. 3 pg. 2 CP deal reached Unifor, CP agree to four-year contract for about 1,200 mechanical employees Canadian Nuclear Laboratories — Manitoba pg. 3 Woods Park Care Centre — Ontario pg. 4 APEL Extrusions — Alberta pg. 5 Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation — British Columbia pg. 5 Wequedong Lodge of Thunder Bay — Ontario pg. 6 Glenbow - Alberta Institute — Alberta pg. 7 COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS Photo: Google Street View see Employer > pg. 8 Give yourself the gift of knowledge Start 2019 off right with a program from Queen's IRC. Enrol by December 31, 2018, & save up to $750 on 2019 programs! Start 2019 off right with a program from Queen's IRC. Enrol by December 31, 2018, & save up to $750 on 2019 programs! Learn more. Tel: 1-888-858-7838 Email: irc@queensu.c a Web: irc.queensu.c a see Arbitration > pg 8

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