6th Biennial Construction Labour Relations

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Report Code: CNP13869. March, 2013. Toronto, ON

ARTICLE 1

OLRB Process in Representation Applications – the 2013 Open Period

David McKee
Vice Chair
Ontario Labour Relations Board

ARTICLE 2

Enforcement of Pre-Fabrication Clauses

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

Richard J. Charney
Partner
Norton Rose Canada LLP

ARTICLE 3

New Developments in Jurisdictional Disputes including Sector Implications: How Can They Be Settled Effectively?

M. Patrick Moran
Partner
Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP

ARTICLE 4

Bill C-377 – What It Means for Building Trades Union

Robert Blakely
Director of Canadian Affairs
Building & Construction Trades Department

ARTICLE 5

Alcohol and Drug Testing: Is the Law Changing?

Barb Butler
President
Barbara Butler & Associates Inc.

ARTICLE 6

Drug and Alcohol Testing in the Workplace

David Bannon
Partner
Norton Rose Canada LLP

ARTICLE 7

The Arbitral Tug of War – Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing – Management Rights vs. Employee Privacy Rights – Who wins? Help is on the way (for one side); the Supreme Court of Canada and Irving Paper

Michael C.P. McCreary
Partner
Watson Jacobs McCreary

ARTICLE 8

A Detailed Review of Project Agreements

Lee Shouldice
Vice-Chair
Ontario Labour Relations Board

ARTICLE 9

If We Build It Will They Come?

Rosemary Sparks
Executive Director
Construction Sector Council

ARTICLE 10

Legislation and Prosecution for Health & Safety Offences: What’s On The Horizon?

Kevin MacNeill
Partner
Heenan Blaikie LLP

ARTICLE 11

Recent Developments and Strategies in Construction Industry Grievances

Laurie Kent
Partner
Koskie Minsky LLP

Herbert Law
Partner
Mathews, Dinsdale & Clark LLP

ARTICLE 12

Bill 199 – Workers’ Compensation Update: Mandatory Coverage of WSIB and Other Recent Developments

Robert C. Cronish, Q.C.
Certified Specialist
– Workplace Safety & Insurance Law