In AUPE, 2022 CanLii 100939 (AB GAA) Oct 31, 2022), an arbitration panel found no cause where an employee touched a co-worker inappropriately and then denied it
In Fort Mckay Logistics, Fort McMurray Teamsters, 2022 CanLii 78227 (P Smith), an employee failed a post-incident drug test but cause was not upheld
In Alberta v AUPE, 2022 CanLii 45552, an Alberta Arbitrator found he did not have authority to extend CA grievance timelines in sexual assault case.
In Abay v CLAC, 2022 (ALRB), the CLAC union was found to have breached its Duty of Fair Representation to a member employee in Alberta.
Just cause for termination found respecting an Alberta employee who scavenged bottles and then ignored a direction to properly get rid of them.
Ontario arbitration case found that an employer had to pay for rapid antigen tests for its unvaccinated employees.
UFCW v Paragon is a new Ontario decision where an arbitrator found that a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy imposed by an employer was valid.
Horrocks (2021 SCC 42) deals with concurrent jurisdiction of labour arbitrators and human rights commissions for human rights matters in unionized settings.
An Associate Professor who was denied promotion to full Professor appealed Brandon University’s denial decision to court and had it overturned.
UFCW did not realize a union member had been terminated, and they failed to grieve it. ALRB ruled it was a breach of the Duty of Fair Representation.
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