7th Biennial Construction Labour Relations


SKU: CNP15011 Category:


Report Code: CNP15011.  April, 2015  |  Toronto, ON

ARTICLE 1:  College Of Trades Award-Commentary Following Award

Tim Armstrong, Q.C.
College of Trades Appointments Council

ARTICLE 2: Drug and Alcohol Testing In The Unionized Workplace: Identifying Impermissible Testing Practices, a Union Perspective

Michael C.P. McCreary
Watson Jacobs McCreary

ARTICLE 3: To Test or Not to Test: Alcohol & Drugs in the Workplace

Richard J. Charney
Global Head of Employment and Labour
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

ARTICLE 4: Discipline, Discharge and Layoff at the Insistence of a Third Party

Graham Williamson
Senior Legal Counsel
Labourers’ International Union of North America, Local 183

Daniel R. McDonald
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

ARTICLE 5: Workplace Safety – Obligations and Best Practices for Management and Unions

Eli Gedalof
Ontario Labour Relations Board

Tracey Henry
Cavaluzzo Shilton McIntyre Cornish LLP

Jeffrey D.A. Murray
Stringer LLP

ARTICLE 6: The Future of Pension and Benefits;  Looking into our Crystal Ball

Thomas Levy
Senior Vice President and Chief Actuary
The Segal Group, Inc.

ARTICLE 7: Emerging Trends and Developments in Jurisdictional Disputes and/or Sector Disputes

Michael Church

Patrick Moran
Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP

ARTICLE 8: Developments in Judicial Review of OLRB Decisions

Leonard Marvy
Solicitor Ontario Labour Relations Board

ARTICLE 9: Human Rights and the Construction Industry Employer

Laurie Kent
Koskie Minsky LLP

Erin R. Kuzz
Sherrard Kuzz LLP

ARTICLE 10: Construction vs Maintenance:  What’s My Motivation?

Carl W. Peterson
Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP

ARTICLE 11: The Representation Of Craft Maintenance Employees By Craft Construction Unions: A Revised Approach

Ben Barnes
Gibson & Barnes LLP

ARTICLE 12: Enforcement of A Project Agreement

Jack J. Slaughter
Ontario Labour Relations Board

ARTICLE 13: Project Agreements – Their Purpose, How to Create Them, How to Enforce Them, and How Effective Are They in Reaching Their Stated Goals

 Andy Pilat
Sarnia Construction Association

ARTICLE 14: Hands On Practical Perspective of the Steps to be Taken Under Section 163.1 of the Labour Relations Act to Secure a Project Agreement

Frederick von Veh, Q.C.
Bennett Jones LLP

ARTICLE 15: Project Agreements: Steps To Be Taken Under Section 163.1 of the Labour Relations Act, 1995 By A Proponent[1] Of A Construction Project

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

ARTICLE 16: Construction Investment  Trends and Outlook

Sean W. Strickland
Chief Executive Officer
Ontario Construction Secretariat

ARTICLE 17: Organizing the Unorganized: The Legal Do’s and Don’ts of Membership Drives

Douglas J. Wray

Walter R. Thornton
Mathews, Dinsdale & Clark LLP

ARTICLE 18:  Fair Representation, Fair Referral and the Impact for Employers

Stephen McArthur
McArthur Vereschagin & Brown LLP