Recent Decisions

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Some of our recent decisions

August 07, 2014CIRB found that CP's actions in denying leaves for union officers to conduct union business constitued interference with the Union's representation of its members.

July 14, 2014Reinstatement of a CP Locomotive Engineer after he tested positive for cocaine following a derailment. Employee suffered from a disability which required accommotion.

July 11, 2014Employer was found to be, at least in part, motivated by anti-union animus in terminating a pilot after a "near miss" which resulted in no damage to property or injury. Pilot was reinstated with full compensation.

July 10, 2013Canada: Labour Bill Blocked by Canada's Senate: Unions Relieved

March 01, 2013CaleyWray successfully argued that Employer's application of a deemed termination clause contravened the Emergency Leave provisions of the Employment Standards Act.

January 10, 2013Labour Arbitrator Sims awards damages for an employer's invasion of privacy.

July 20, 2012CaleyWray successfully argues that sending bargaining unit members home during the Canada Labour Code 72-hour notice period before a legal lockout constitutes an unlawful lockout, even if those employees are paid during that period.

June 06, 2012Durrant et al. v. SEIU Local 1 and Valleyview Residence-Applications filed by 8 employees to be exempt from paying union dues on religious grounds. Employer resisted production request on grounds that documents covered by solicitor/client privilege

April 25, 2012Sanford Pensler v. Ted Adams et al. - Divisional Court Decision - CaleyWray successful in judicial review of OLRB decision holding Director of bankrupt company liable for the payment of vacation pay owing to former employees.

November 25, 2011CaleyWray successful in obtaining a section 11 remedial certification for the Carpenters and having the OLRB dismiss allegations of employer support.

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