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Newfoundland and Labrador
Churchill Reservoir Clearing
(Filed June 17, 2013)
Under the authority of section 70 of the Labour Relations Act, the Lieutenant-Governor in Council makes the following Order.
1. Short title
3. Special project declared
4. Geographic site
6. Parties who may bargain collectively
8. Dispute resolution
9. Gender equity and diversity program
10. Hiring priority
11. Labour Relations Agency liaison
12. Duration of order
1. This Order may be cited as the Lower Churchill Reservoir Clearing Special Project Order.
2. In this Order
(a) "agreement" means the collective agreement dated April 2, 2013 and entered into between the Lower Churchill Reservoir Clearing Employers' Association Inc. and the Labourers' International Union of North America and Construction and General Labourers' Union, Rock and Tunnel Workers Local 1208; and
(b) "memorandum of agreement" means the agreement entitled "Memorandum of Agreement to Resolve Disputes as to Overlaps of Scopes of Work in Collective Agreements Designated in Special Project Orders Enacted under Section 70 of the Labour Relations Act" dated April 15, 2013 and entered into between the following parties:
(ii) the Resource Development Trades Council of Newfoundland
(iii) the Lower Churchill Transmission Construction Employers' Association Inc.,
(iv) the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, IBEW Local Union 1620,
(v) the Lower Churchill Reservoir Clearing Employers' Association Inc., and
(vi) the Labourers' International Union of North America and the Construction and General Labourers' Union, Rock and Tunnels Workers, Local 1208.
Special project declared
is declared that the undertaking with respect to the clearing of the reservoir
for the construction of hydroelectric generating installations and related
4. The geographic site governed by this Order is delineated in Schedule A.1 and described in Schedule A.2 of the agreement.
5. The geographic site under this Order does not include the geographic site under the Lower Churchill Hydroelectric Generation Project Special Project Order or the Lower Churchill Project Transmission Construction Special Project Order.
Parties who may bargain collectively
6. The parties that may be involved in collective bargaining in relation to employment on the special project are the Lower Churchill Reservoir Clearing Employers' Association Inc., as the employers' organization acting for and on behalf of all contractors and subcontractors carrying out work on the special project, and the Labourers' International Union of North America and Construction and General Labourers' Union, Rock and Tunnel Workers Local 1208, as the union acting for and on behalf of employees employed on the special project.
7. The agreement is the collective agreement for the purpose of the special project.
8. The memorandum of agreement is the mechanism for resolving disputes regarding whether a specific geographic site or scope of work is governed by this Order, the Lower Churchill Hydroelectric Generation Project Special Project Order or the Lower Churchill Project Transmission Construction Special Project Order.
Gender equity and diversity program
9. This Order acknowledges the commitment contained in Article 5.1 of the Lower Churchill Construction Projects Benefits Strategy with respect to the development and implementation of a Gender Equity and Diversity Program which includes a women's employment plan to satisfy the condition attached to the provincial release from environmental assessment referred to in paragraph 4(j) of the Lower Churchill Hydroelectric Generation Project Undertaking Order, Newfoundland and Labrador Regulations 18/12.
10. This Order acknowledges that the commitments respecting hiring priority contained in the Lower Churchill Innu Impacts and Benefits Agreement and the Lower Churchill Construction Projects Benefits Strategy have application to the special project.
Labour Relations Agency liaison
11. This Order acknowledges the commitment of the parties to the agreement to liaise with a representative of the Labour Relations Agency to exchange information on labour relations matters relating to the project.
Duration of order
12. This order remains in effect for the duration of the work, including mobilization and demobilization by the contractors, or as otherwise provided in the agreement.