Canadian Labour Reporter

November 13, 2017

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PM #40065782 Labour Reporter Canadian November 13, 2017 Wood Buffalo, Alta., auto mechanic dismissed after truck engine seizes Ford dealer technician finds clean oil 'suspicious' WHEN HE took a pickup out for a test ride af- ter servicing it, an auto mechanic with the Mu- nicipality of Wood Buffalo in Alberta caused the truck's engine to seize. Peter Haitas was hired as a journeyman light- duty mechanic with the municipality in October 2012. On Feb. 5, 2014, Haitas worked on a 2010 Ford F-150 pickup truck, which was in the shop for routine maintenance. Haitas testified he put the vehicle on a hoist and drained the oil, while he replaced the power steer- ing hose. When the oil was drained, Haitas said he poured new oil into the filter and let it run for a minute, while it was on the shop floor. He in- spected the gauges, which showed all fluid levels TRANSPORTATION Air Canada Multiprovince (30 dispatch employees) and the Canadian Air Line Dispatchers Association (CALDA) Renewal agreement: Effective March 1, 2016, to Feb. 29, 2028. Signed on Jan. 30, 2016. Shift premium: 4% (previously 3%) of twelfth 52 weeks' salary for certification pay premium. 15% over applicable dispatcher rates for chief flight dispatcher Photo: Art Konovalov (Shutterstock) ARBITRATION AWARDS COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS see Arbitrations > pg. 8 see Collective agreements > pg. 3 pg. 2 OPSEU strike vote Canadian Blood Services' workers agree to walk out if Dec. 12 talks for new collective agreement fail Saskatchewan Telecommunications — Saskatchewan pg. 3 Ford Motor Company of Canada — Ontario pg. 4 Fort McMurray Public School District No. 2833 — Alberta pg. 5 Lantic — Alberta pg. 5 Fort Simpson Housing Authority — Northwest Territories pg. 6 Architectural Glass and Metal Contractors Association — Ontario pg. 7 COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS Double-time overtime claimed for work on scheduled day off A TECHNOLOGIST at a Brit- ish Columbia hospital worked an afternoon shift, then a midnight shift, but he was only paid time– and-one-half for two hours. Richard Krische worked at Delta Hospital in Delta, B.C., as a medical radiation technologist since June 2014. On June 10, 2016, he worked his regular shift, which began at 4 p.m., and he was sched- uled to end his work week at mid- night on the Friday. But Krische's relief — who was see 'Particular' > pg. 8

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