Canadian Labour Reporter

February 6, 2017

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PM #40065782 Labour Reporter Canadian February 6, 2017 Toronto security guard's job protected by sunset clause Past discipline that was supposed to have expired became part of decision BY JEFFREY R. SMITH AN ONTARIO worker has gotten his job back be- cause past discipline that should have been scrubbed from his record factored into his termination. Clayton Jessett was a transit security officer for Metrolinx, a public transit authority in the Toronto area, since 2011. Transit security officers are appointed by the On- tario Provincial Police and have similar roles as police officers on Metrolinx property such as stations and onboard trains. The collective agreement between Metrolinx and its union, Amalagamated Transit Union (ATU), ARBITRATION AWARDS Airconsol Aviation Services — Multiprovince pg. 3 Seaside Communications — Nova Scotia pg. 4 Conrad Brothers — Nova Scotia pg. 5 Port Colborne Grain Terminal — Ontario pg. 6 COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS Photo: BakerJarvis (Shutterstock) pg. 2 Sunwing deal reached Flight attendants sign five- year agreement affecting 1,000 workers at eight airports ARBITRATION AWARDS COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS see Worker > pg. 7 TRANSPORTATION Airconsol Aviation Services Multiprovince (55 baggage handlers, ramp attendants) and International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAMAW), Local 140 Renewal agreement: Effective June 29, 2016, to June 28, 2019. Signed on June 29, 2016. Shift premium: Northern al- lowance (Wabush): $4 per hour. Quarterly premium bonus of $1 per hour will be paid January, April, July, October. Working see Collective agreements > pg. 3 Vancouver liquor store worker's time off approved, then denied A CLERK in a North Vancou- ver liquor store abruptly had her time-off denied days before it was supposed to happen. Jana Durikova started working for the B.C. Liquor Distribution Branch (LDB) in 2007 and worked at the Westview Liquor Store. On July 27, 2014, she took a year-long maternity leave. Durikova then took more time off via the extended child care leave as written in the collective agreement. Change in job requirements makes employee unqualified for posting pg. 8 see Arbitration > pg 8

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