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Consolidated Newfoundland Regulation 1996


CONSOLIDATED NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 969/96

CONSOLIDATED NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 969/96

Consolidated Orders
under the
Public Service Collective Bargaining Act
(O.C. 96‑115)

Under the authority of subparagraph 2(1)(i)(ii) of the Public Service Collective Bargaining Act and the Subordinate Legislation Revision and Consolidation Act, the Lieutenant‑Governor in Council makes the following Order.

ORDER

        1. The following are designated as employing "employees" within the meaning of the Public Service Collective Bargaining Act:

             (a)  Committee on Family Violence Association, Corner Brook;

             (b)  Gander and District Continuing Care Program;

             (c)  Hoyles Home and Escasoni Senior Citizens Complex, St. John's;

             (d)  Kirby House, St. John's;

             (e)  Libra House, Goose Bay;

              (f)  Lions Manor Nursing Home, Placentia; and

             (g)  St. John's Home Care Program.

2/88; 195/89

        2. Memorial University of Newfoundland Medical Clinics Association is designated as employing "employees" within the meaning of the Public Service Collective Bargaining Act.

194/85

        3. All group homes are designated as employing "employees" within the meaning of the Public Service Collective Bargaining Act.

152/85

        4. The agencies, boards, commissions, corporations and other bodies listed in Schedule B are designated as employing "employees" within the meaning of the Public Service Collective Bargaining Act.

126/85

        5. The Newfoundland Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation is designated as an "employer" under the Public Service Collective Bargaining Act.

35/85

        6. The following are designated as coming under the authority of the Public Service Collective Bargaining Act:

             (a)  Alcohol and Drug Dependency Commission;

             (b)  Central Laundry, Pleasantville; and

             (c)  senior citizens homes described in Schedule A.

85/84

        7. The following Orders under the Public Service Collective Bargaining Act are repealed:

             (a)  Order designating St. John's Home Care and Gander and District Continuing Care Programs as employing "employees", Newfoundland Regulation 195/89;

             (b)  Order designating certain facilities as "employing employees for the purpose of the Act", Newfoundland Regulation 2/88;

             (c)  Order designating Memorial University of Newfoundland Medical Clinics Association as Employing "Employees", Newfoundland Regulation 194/85;

             (d)  Order designating "group homes" for the purposes of the Act, Newfoundland Regulation 152/85;

             (e)  Public Service (Collective Bargaining) Order (No. 1), 1985, Newfoundland Regulation 126/85;

              (f)  Designation of the Newfoundland Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation as an "Employer", Newfoundland Regulation 35/85; and

             (g)  The Public Service (Collective Bargaining) Order, 1984 No. 1, Newfoundland Regulation 85/84.


Schedule A

Senior Citizens Homes

        1. Agnes Pratt Home, St. John's

        2. Bay St. George Senior Citizens Home, Stephenville

        3. Blue Crest Interfaith Home, Grand Bank

        4. Bonnews Lodge, Bonavista Bay

        5. Carbonear Interfaith Home, Carbonear

        6. Carmelite House, Grand Falls

        7. Corner Brook Interfaith Home, Corner Brook

        8. Glenbrook Lodge, St. John's

        9. Golden Heights Manor, Bonavista

     10. Harry L. Paddon Memorial Home, Happy Valley

     11. Lakeside Homes Limited, Gander

     12. Masonic Park Senior Citizens Home, Mount Pearl

     13. North Haven Manor, Lewisporte

     14. Pentecostal Senior Citizens Home, Clarke's Beach

     15. St. Anthony Interfaith Home, St. Anthony

     16. St. Luke's Home, St. John's

     17. St. Patrick's Mercy Home, St. John's

     18. Valley Vista Senior Citizens Home, Springdale

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Schedule B

        1. Newfoundland Liquor Corporation

        2. Newfoundland Farm Products Corporation

        3. Board of Governors of the College of Trades & Technology

        4. Board of Governors of the College of Fisheries, Navigation, Marine Engineering & Electronics

        5. Board of Governors of the Bay St. George Community College

        6. Newfoundland Medical Care Commission

        7. Farm Development Loan Board

        8. Agricultural Products Marketing Board

        9. Newfoundland Chicken Marketing Board

     10. Newfoundland Egg Marketing Board

     11. Newfoundland Hog Marketing Board

     12. Newfoundland Milk Marketing Board

     13. Newfoundland Vegetable Marketing Board

     14. Newfoundland Public Libraries Board

     15. Rural Development Authority

     16. Newfoundland Public Service Commission

     17. Newfoundland & Labrador Housing Corporation

     18. Harmon Corporation

     19. Provincial Planning Appeal Board

     20. Newfoundland Human Rights Commission

     21. The Newfoundland Cancer Treatment & Research Foundation

     22. Liquor Licensing Board

     23. Pippy Park Commission

     24. Provincial Advisory Council on the Status of Women ‑ Newfoundland and Labrador

     25. Fisheries Loan Board

126/85