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Decision 21211 Full Text of Decision 21211

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labour dispute labour dispute definition
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Dispute does not necessarily mean a strike or lockout; the 2 are rather the end result of a dispute. When the parties are negotiating a labour agreement and one party insists while the other resists, there is a dispute in the sense that there is obviously no agreement.

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labour dispute conditions required for disentitlement
federal court renunciation of recourse
labour dispute stoppage of work existence
labour dispute stoppage of work rule of 85%

Decision A-0549.81 Full Text of Decision A-0549.81

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labour dispute labour dispute definition
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I do not agree that parties who are negotiating the renewal of an agreement are necessarily in disagreement. This is a question of fact and the decision of the board should have been upheld. [Lalande J.A.]

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labour dispute loss of employment prior to stoppage

Decision A-0787.81 Full Text of Decision A-0787.81

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labour dispute labour dispute definition
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I am not prepared to say that parties negotiating renewal of a collective agreement are necessarily in disagreement. This is a question of fact and the board's decision should have been upheld. [Lalande J.A.] The argument that there is no dispute when negotiations are proceeding smoothly and without interruption is unsound. A dispute is a disagreement. Negotiations would be unnecessary if there were agreement and the purpose is to put an end to the disagreement. [Pratte J.A.]

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labour dispute loss of employment prior to stoppage

Decision A-0445.76 Full Text of Decision A-0445.76

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labour dispute labour dispute definition
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Conflict between the FTQ and employer associations concerning amendments to be made to the construction decree. Umpire erred in law in finding that the conflict was not between employer and employees, but between the government and the FTQ.

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board of referees errors in law misinterpretation of facts
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