« Fredericton transit operators are a group of hard-working men and women. We take our work seriously and we know how important it is to keep the shipping system efficient and punctual up and running. We see what`s happening in the city every day, and we were delighted to suggest that our signing bonus in the downtown core is Fredericton and Business Fredericton North Dollar. It`s a small way to give us something back. The total additional cost of the agreement to the City over the three-year term of the contract and, including the one-time signing bonus, is estimated at $US 136,054.41. The City of Fredericton and CUPE Local 1783, the union representing the operators of Fredericton Transit, have agreed to a new collective agreement. CUPE Local 1783 represents 43 transit workers in two categories, Operator I (28 employees) and Operator II (15 employees). The contract is consistent with CUPE`s management and three recent agreements in the City of Fredericton, where increases in salaries and performance expenses were linked to the New Brunswick Consumer Price Index (CPI NB). A one-time signing bonus of $US 350 per employee was also awarded in the form of Fredericton downtown and Business Fredericton North Dollar. These are not considered « legal » copies of contracts/agreements. If you need additional information or a signed copy, send an email or call Labour Relations at 403-268-2236. Edmonton Police Association 2018-2020 Collective Agreement Representation of police officers who hold constable, inspector, sergeant and staff ranks with the Edmonton Police Service. COVID 19 Update July 31, 2020 An updated letter of understanding on temporary layoffs has been obtained between the City of Edmonton (the « City ») and the Canadian Union of Local Public Employees 30.

Civic Service Union 52; International Brotherhood of Electricity Workers 1007; Edmonton Fire Fighters Union; Amalgamated Transit Union Local 569 and Amalgamated Transit Union Local 569, DATS Unit (together the « Unions »). The approval of CUPE 30 is provisional and is subject to its internal review and approval, which will be finalized on August 5. The March 2020 agreement on redistribution has expired and has not been revised due to slowing down redistribution requirements. The city and the unions agreed that there would be no change in the terms and conditions of employment of the staff currently employed. .