Inaugural Western Canada Construction Labour Relations

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Report Code: CNP11695. June, 2011. Vancouver, BC

ARTICLE I

Bargaining and Labour Relations in Alberta’s Construction Industry

Neil Tidsbury
President
Construction Labour Relations Association – Alberta

ARTICLE II

Labour and Bargaining Structures – How They Fit in the Broader Landscape in Western Canada Labour’s Perspective

Martyn A. Piper
Executive Secretary Treasurer
Alberta Regional Council of Carpenters and Allied Workers

ARTICLE III

Recent Legal Developments in Construction Labour Law Western Canada

Hugh J.D. McPhail, Q.C.
Partner
McLennan Ross LLP

ARTICLE IV

Construction Looking Forward Highlights: 2011 to 2019

George Gritziotis
Executive Director
Construction Sector Council of Canada

ARTICLE V

In Search of a Principled Approach to Workplace Substance Testing

David M. Aaron
Barrister & Solicitor

ARTICLE VI

Practical Advice on Alcohol and Drug Testing Focus on Reasonable Cause and Post Incident Testing Requirements

Barb Butler
President
Barbara Butler & Associates Inc.

ARTICLE VII

A Synopsis of the Current Law Regarding Random Drug and Alcohol Testing in Canada

Kim Thorne
Partner
Roper Greyell LLP

ARTICLE VIII

Employing Temporary Foreign Workers: The New National Regime

Thora A. Sigurdson
Associate Counsel
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

ARTICLE IX

Can You “Appeal” a Labour Relations Board Decision? – Options for challenging Board decisions in Alberta

Leanne Chahley
Partner
Blair Chahley

ARTICLE X

Can You “Appeal” A Labour Board Decision – Reconsideration and Judicial Review Applications in BC

Stephanie Gutierrez
Associate
Farris, Vaughan, Wills & Murphy LLP

ARTICLE XI

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

Dave Earle
Director, Human Resource Services & Government Relations
Construction Labour Relations Association of BC

ARTICLE XII

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

Walter G. Rilkoff
Partner
Lawson Lundell LLP

ARTICLE XIII

Build It and They Will Come…But Who Will Come to Build It?

Allan Bruce
International Representative
International Union of Operating Engineers
Director, BC Industry Training Authority
Director, Canadian Apprenticeship Forum

ARTICLE XIV

The Underground Economy

Stephen Hollander, CGA, CPA
Certified Fraud Examiner

ARTICLE XV

Considerations and Opportunities for Multi-employer Construction Industry Pension Plans

David Blair
Partner
Victory Square Law Office

ARTICLE XVI

Risk Management For Muti-Employer Plans (MEPPS)

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

ARTICLE XVII

Pension Plan Reform Challenges and Opportunities for the Construction Industry

Scott Sweatman
Partner
Spectrum HR Law LLP