Filing your collective agreement in accordance with section 132 of the Labour Relations Act helps to improve the quality of information on collective agreements. The province uses this data to produce reports such as the Bargaining Update, which provides the public with information on labour relations and collective bargaining. Here is the link to the collective agreements database. Documents supporting the collective agreement, such as amendments, agreement statements and results of the salary update, may be provided by email or by contacting the CBA analyst at 780-427-8301. British Columbia Government and Service Union. Copies of provincial framework contracts for B.C. Public servants and public sector employees. Free. The government is subject to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act with respect to the provision of agreements containing personal data such as employee names. This information is blacked out before the agreement is made available for research. Ontario Ministry of Labour – Collective Agreements e-Library Portal The Collective Agreement e-Library Portal houses collective agreements from the public and private sectors in Ontario. Search for collective agreements and related generations via the self-service online portal. You can browse the portal of the electronic library of collective agreements by sector: construction; health and social security services; manufacturing; education and related services; agriculture and natural resources; public administration; Trade and finance; transportation, communications and utilities; Other services.

Commission québécoise de la Construction de Québec. Current agreements by sector, in English. Free. After a treaty is ratified, how long will it take for the parties to design and sign the new collective agreement? Online agreements in PDF format. Searchable and searchable. Free. Negotech. Full text of Canadian agreements for selected bargaining entities of 100 or more under provincial jurisdiction, all bargaining units under federal jurisdiction and all large bargaining units with 500 or more employees. Available. There are many ways to search.

It seems to have hours of fun. In my experience, the most recent agreement is not always there (because there is often a delay in getting it to the library), but it is nevertheless a very useful database for anyone interested in language and conventional trends. Secretariat of the Governing Body. Current collective agreements with the 25 bargaining groups in the federal public service. Free. The Labour Relations Act requires trade unions and employers to send a copy of their collective agreement to the Director of Mediation Services. .