Collective Agreements Translate

The employer undertakes to translate any clause in this agreement from the language in which the clause was negotiated at the bargaining table to Canada`s other official language and to bear the costs of that translation. The employer sends the text translated for approval to the Union to the Union within the time agreed by the parties, to ensure that the translation is satisfactory to both parties. If there is disagreement over the interpretation of the agreement, the text prevails over the translation into the language in which it was negotiated at the table. To this end, the language in which each clause was negotiated is indicated in the collective agreement by an asterisk next to the number of the clause. In the case of a notification requesting the negotiation of an amendment to the agreement, the parties meet within 30 days of the date of receipt of these communications and, subsequently, both parties negotiate in good faith. This agreement remains in force from 1 September 2016 until 31 August 2019 and comes into force and is then automatically extended by one (1) year at a time, unless one of the parties notifies the other party in writing, within three (3) months prior to the end of the contract, that it wishes to denounce this agreement. If the amendment to the agreement is notified, the provisions of this agreement remain in force until a new agreement is ratified or the right to strike or lockout is put in place, depending on what happens in the first place. Within 30 days of the contracting parties approving the translation of the agreement, the employer puts pressure on the agreement. Each party bears the cost of the number of copies it wishes to print. The employer provides a web link to the contract to any worker who is a member of the bargaining unit, and then to all new workers at the time of his first appointment to the University of Ottawa. The back (outside) of the collective agreement is an information page printed on coloured paper. Its content is prepared by the Union with regard to the issues related to the collective agreement on which it wishes to draw the attention of the members.