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Relying on Union Security Clause not Unfair Labour Practice

Sibola Mountain Falling Ltd. (Re), [2015] B.C.L.R.B.D. No. 145 Sibola Mountain Falling ("Sibola") filed a complaint alleging the Union used coercion and intimidation contrary to Section 9 of the Labour Relations Code (the "Code") by threatening to place a woodworkers' lien on its wood if the Union did not receive an answer about unionizing. Sandra Banister QC successfully argued that Sibola ...
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Worker’s Collective Agreement Rights Restored After Employer Fails to Recall Him For Work

Arbitrator Vince Ready agreed with Sandra Banister’s argument that the employer had violated the collective agreement by failing to recall the grievor, pursuant to its obligations as successor under the Woodlands Letter. Mr. Ready ordered the grievor’s seniority and benefits be fully restored, and that he be made whole with respect to lost wages, out of pocket expenses, and pension contributions. ...
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