Canadian Labour Reporter

February 8, 2016

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PM #40065782 Labour Reporter Canadian Re-assigned nurses win duties back A GROUP of employees at a long- term care facility in St. Catha- rines, Ont., won their grievance against the employer, which they said contracted out exclusive bar- gaining unit work. Nurses and members of the La- bourer's International Union at Henley House had had their work re-assigned to members of the Ontario Nurses' Association in the summer of 2014. As a result, the union's Local 1110 chapter filed a grievance, saying the move Quebec mechanics end 3-year labour dispute in debt Employees must pay back portion of funds received during lockout BY LIZ FOSTER AFTER a years-long labour dispute, mechanics in Quebec are back to work — and working at paying off their debts. Employees represented by the Syn- dicat Démocratic des Employés de Garage du Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean (SDEG-CSD) were locked out by a group of employers for 35 months. Following their return to work, the 350 employees — including mechan- ics, service advisors, car washers and parts persons — will now begin the process of paying back a portion of the financial support they received during the labour action. "The workers received $400 per week," said Gilles Prudhomme, union representative for the Cen- trale des Syndicats Démocratiques (CSD). "It's not common to see that level of support during a dispute for February 8, 2016 ARBITRATION AWARDS see Collective agreements > pg. 3 Foreman suspended after calling employee 'dog killer' pg. 6 Chartwell Residence — Ont. pg. 3 London Health Sciences Centre — Ont. pg. 4 City of Gatineau — Que. pg. 4 Rona — Que. pg. 4 Garda Security Screening — Ont. pg. 5 Mi'kmaq First Nation School Board — N.S. pg. 5 COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS Photo: Centrale des Syndicats Démocratiques pg. 2 Air Canada, CALDA sign new deal 12-year contract covers flight operators at airline's Pearson operation ARBITRATION AWARDS COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS see Affected > pg. 7 see Arbitration > pg 6 LONG-TERM CARE FACILITY Aurora Resthaven Aurora, Ont. (266 employees) and the Christian Labour Association of Canada (CLAC) Renewal agreement: Effective June 1, 2015, to June 1, 2016. Wage adjustments: Effective June 1, 2015: 1% lump sum payment Effective June 1, 2016: 1% lump sum payment Shift premium: $10 for reg- istered nurses required to su- pervise 2 floors because of staff Mechanics, car washers and parts persons in Saguenay-Lac- Saint-Jean, Que., were locked out for 35 months.

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