UPDATE: The new collective agreement was ratified on October 6, 2017. An interim agreement was reached on 5 October between the Laurentian University Faculty Association (LUFA-APPUL) and the employer. Click here to learn more. — The Laurentian University Faculty Association (LUFA) has worked hard to negotiate a fair collective agreement that… Update: August 22, 2018 – Hamilton youth vote for contract and 4-month Hamilton ban – The four-month lockout at the Arrell Youth Centre in Hamilton is over. The 60 members of OPSEU Local 216 narrowly voted in favour of an agreement reached on Monday. “These prison minors deserve… The Employees of Stage wanted to ensure the safety of work under a collective agreement, so that on October 1, Local 58 applied for certification with the Labor Relations Board of Ontario. The vote took place on 8 October and, given that all the workers were already present on site, the result was unanimous; 5-0 voted for representation. On October 30, the employment agency issued the certificate covering all Internship employees at TIFF Bell Lightbox. The 5-story TIFF Bell Lightbox Theatre, built as a permanent home for the Toronto International Film Festival, is now an iconic cultural venue in Toronto.
Opened in 2010, it has a three-storey public atrium, 5 public cinemas, 2 galleries, 3 learning studios, a centre for students and scientists, a bistro, a restaurant and a lounge. The local members of 58 internships working there are delighted to be able to continue their work in this beautiful place, now with the security of a formal agreement. Founded in 1970, Tarragon Theatre is one of Canada`s most important contemporary play centres. The building was once a factory of crib boxes and now houses the main space of 205 seats and the extra space of 113 places. The theatre is highly respected for its development, its creation and its promotion of new works. The new members of IATSE look forward to continuing their work in this historic building, which will soon be under their first collective agreement. Approximately 65 people, including those who work as appointment secretaries, health professionals and medical records, lost their jobs on April 9. The union said key issues include precarious employment contracts and low wages.