Archived Collective Agreements Public Service

The principles and guidelines for scientific integrity are the timely publication of scientific information and data to the public, in accordance with the Canadian government`s Open Government Directive; Awarding and recognition of contributions from the scientific/scientific government of Canada; if necessary, recognition in official publications or communications where a significant (useful) contribution has been made to programs, guidelines or regulations, including the names and roles of those who have made significant contributions to research. A8.02 The employer undertakes to continue the current practice of guaranteeing workers access to all publications deemed necessary for their work by the employer. The following collective agreements are no longer in force. They have been archived and remain online only for reference purposes. To view an archived chord, make a selection from one of the fields below, then click on the link that contains the requested expiration date. You will find the current collective agreements (in force) in our collective agreements department. 1.1.6 If the Chair finds that a worker`s benefits are no longer required beyond a specified date due to a transfer of employment, the President sends a written notification to the worker. Such a communication must also indicate whether the worker has entered into property agreements concluded by the National Common Council (JOC) of the Public Service that can be incorporated into a collective agreement and approved by the parties to this agreement after December 6, 1978 and which are part of the collective agreement as amended from time to time, subject to the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations Act (FPSLRA) and any legislation passed or may be passed by Parliament under a law under Section 113 of the Treaty. C11.06 Joint consultation committees should not agree with points that would change any provision of the collective agreement. C10.38 Both the Union and the employer may submit a political complaint to the other regarding the interpretation or application of the collective agreement with respect to one or the bargaining unit in general.