5th Bi-Annual Construction Labour Relations

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Report Code: CNP11672. April, 2011. Toronto, ON

ARTICLE I

Project Agreements Under The Labour Relations Act

Harry Freedman
Vice-Chair
Ontario Relations Board

ARTICLE II

ATCO Structures & Logistics Ltd. Project Agreement

Frederick R. von Veh, Q.C.
Partner
Bennett Jones LLP

ARTICLE III

Southdown Station Partnership Project Agreement

Frederick R. von Veh, Q.C.
Partner
Bennett Jones LLP

ARTICLE IV

Project Agreements: Steps To Be Taken Under Section 163.1 of the Labour Relations Act, 1995 By A Proponet of a Construction Project

Alan M. Minsky, Q.C.
Partner
Koskie Minsky LLP

ARTICLE V

Labour Relations Act, 1995 – S.O. 1995, Chapter 1 Schedule A

Alan M. Minsky, Q.C.
Partner
Koskie Minsky LLP

ARTICLE VI

Project Agreement Review

Ray Curran
Chairperson, Labour Relations Council
Sarnia Construction Association
Owner and Operator, Curran Contractors Ltd.

ARTICLE VII

Jurisdictional Disputes and Sector Update: Expediting the Process (and two interesting recent decisions)

Douglas J. Wray
Partner
CaleyWray

Joseph Liberman
Partner
Mathews, Dinsdale & Clark LLP

ARTICLE VIII

Bill 168 in the Construction Industry: A Trade Union Perspective

Elizabeth M. Mitchell
Partner
Koskie Minsky LLP

ARTICLE IX

Bill 168 in the Construction Industry: An Employer’s Perspective

Jeffrey D.A. Murray
Partner
Stringer Brisbin Humphrey

Jeremy Schwartz
Stringer Brisbin Humphrey

ARTICLE X

Certifications and Decertifications

Bernard Fishbein
Chair
Ontario Labour Relations Board

ARTICLE XI

Maintenance vs. Construction: Master Insulators at Thirtysomething

Rob Gibson
Partner
Gibson & Barnes LLP

ARTICLE XII

Construction vs Maintenance: What’s My Motivation?

Carl W. Peterson
Partner
Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP

ARTICLE XIII

Enforcing Contracting/Sub-Contracting Provisions

Sheri Farahani
Senior Associate
Emond Harnden LLP

James Robbins
Partner
Cavalluzzo Hayes Shilton McIntyre & Cornish LLP

ARTICLE XIV

Discipline, Discharge, and Layoffs: When is a Layoff a Real Layoff?

By: Adrian Jakibchuk
Sherrard Kuzz LLP

With assistance from: Erin R. Kuzz
Partner
Sherrard Kuzz LLP

Donald K. Eady
Partner
Paliare Roland Rosenberg Rothstein LLP

ARTICLE XV

Future Challenges to Building Trades Unions

Wm (Bill) Nicholls
Business Manager / Secretary Treasurer
IUPAT, District Council 46

ARTICLE XVI

No-Strike/No-Lockout Bargaining Protocols

Nicholas Keresztesi
Senior Counsel
Universal Workers Union, LIUNA (Local 183)

ARTICLE XVII

A Cheat Sheet for Understanding Drug and Alcohol Testing in the Workplace

Michael McCreary
Partner
Watson Jacobs McCreary

Amy Stein
Watson Jacobs McCreary

ARTICLE XVIII

Drug and Alcohol Testing by Employers in Canada – A Management Perspective

Michael McFadden
Partner
Ogilvy Renault LLP

David Tsai
Ogilvy Renault LLP

Emily Sternberg
Ogilvy Renault LLP

Jordan Winch
Ogilvy Renault LLP

ARTICLE XIX

Risk Management for Multi-Employer Plans (MEPPS)

Thomas D. Levy
Senior Vice President and Chief Actuary
The Segal Company, Ltd.

ARTICLE XX

Reconsideration and Judicial Review – Ontario Labour Relations Board Decisions

Leonard Marvy
Solicitor
Ontario Labour Relations Board

ARTICLE XXI

Preparing for the Worst: How to Respond to a High Risk Incident

Steven Martin
Business Manager/Financial Secretary
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
Local 353

Jeremy Warning
Partner
Heenan Blaikie LLP

ARTICLE XXII

Minimizing The Risks of a Workplace Accident: Key Practices and Considerations

Jeremy Warning
Partner
Heenan Blaikie LLP