Canadian Labour Reporter

November 20, 2017

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PM #40065782 Labour Reporter Canadian November 20, 2017 B.C. truck driver grieves dismissal after speeding on next run after crash Employee well-known as aggressive driver AFTER AN accident while driving a route, a Brit- ish Columbia transport-truck driver was fired af- ter he sped on the next trip. Sergio Beraldin had worked for Canadian Freightways since 2005 when on March 15, 2017, he and sleeper-team partner Mike Pitt were trav- elling a route on Stewart-Cassiar Highway 37 in B.C. when the truck "dropped into a small dip/ hole and the truck and both trailers rolled over on the passenger side," according to Beraldin's report after the incident. Pitt fell out of the sleeper cabin and injured himself. He was taken to hospital to receive treat- ment. In his report, Beraldin included extensive notes and photographs made with a disposable camera TRANSPORTATION GATX Rail Canada Red Deer, Alta. (50 clerks, service personnel) and UNIFOR, Local 21-A Renewal agreement: Effective Jan. 9, 2017, to Jan. 8, 2017. Rat- ified on April 7, 2017. Signed on Sept. 28, 2017. Wage adjustments: Effective Jan. 9, 2017: 3% Effective Jan. 9, 2018: 3% Effective Jan. 9, 2019: 3% Shift premium: $1 per hour for work on afternoon shift. $1.10 Photo: MarekXcz (Shutterstock) ARBITRATION AWARDS COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS see Arbitration > pg. 8 see Collective agreements > pg. 3 pg. 2 Contract ratified About 260 Brink's Canada workers in B.C. agree to four-year collective agreement that protects defined benefits pension Aramark Canada (University of Calgary) — Alberta pg. 3 Yukon Women's Transition Home Society — Northwest Territories pg. 4 Signature Flight Support Canada — Ontario pg. 5 Arlanxeo Canada — Ontario pg. 5 Finning International — Multiprovince pg. 6 Township of Edwardsburgh Cardinal (Port of Johnstown) — Ontario pg. 7 COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS Toronto planner grieves when 'paper screen' derails application WHEN AN assistant planner ap- plied for the position of senior planner, she didn't receive an in- terview and the job was awarded to another employee. Sabrina Salatino worked at Toronto's planning department in the committee of adjustment when in 2012, it was reorganized to cut the number of positions from application technicians, as- sistant planners (wage grade 11), planners and senior planners (wage grade 18) to only the two see Employee > pg. 8

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