Collective Agreements Translate

The employer undertakes to translate any clause of this agreement from the language in which the clause was negotiated at the bargaining table into the other official language of Canada and to bear the costs of such translation. The employer shall forward the translated version to the Union for approval within the time limit agreed by the parties, in order to ensure that the translation is satisfactory to both parties. In the event of disagreement on the interpretation of the agreement, the text, in the language in which it was negotiated at the table, shall prevail over the translation. For this purpose, the language in which each clause was negotiated is indicated in the collective agreement by an asterisk next to the clause number. In the case of a communication that requests negotiations to amend the Agreement, the Parties will meet within thirty (thirty) days of receipt of such Communications, and then both Parties will negotiate in good faith. Within thirty (30) days of the parties approving the translation of the contract, the employer must put pressure on the contract. Each party shall bear the cost of the number of copies it wishes to have printed. The employer makes a web link available to any worker who is a member of the bargaining unit and then to all new employees at the time of their first appointment to the University of Ottawa. The back (outside) of the collective agreement is an information page printed on coloured paper. Its content shall be drawn up by the Union on matters relating to the collective agreement which it wishes to bring to the attention of the members.

This Agreement will remain in effect from September 1, 2016 to August 31, 2019 and will be automatically renewed for a period of one (1) year) unless either Party notifies the other Party in writing, within three (3) months prior to the termination of the Agreement, that it wishes to terminate this Agreement. Where a notice of treaty amendment is issued, the provisions of this Agreement shall remain in force until a new agreement is ratified or the right to strike or lockout is created, whichever occurs first. . . .


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