City Of Edmonton Fire Department Collective Agreement

Councillor Andrew Knack said he did not expect these settlements, like those with aupe last August, to influence the city`s discussions. See below: (Starting December 2018) Edmonton councillors have approved a property tax increase of 2.6 per cent per year over the next four years. Vinesh Pratap has the details. « At this time, we are working with the firefighters` union on the terms of a new collective agreement for the future, » Suzette Mellado, a spokeswoman for citizen services, said in a statement that confirmed the 2017 and 2018 contracts. A collective agreement has been ratified. The city is making progress in implementation. Knack also said he also doubted that what has been settled with police and firefighters will concern the other four main unions that represent inside (CSU-52) and external workers (CUPE Local 30), transit (ATU-569) and electricity workers (IBEW-1007). « The province has a number of agreements in place for 2017 and 2018, and many of our agreements are working for 2019 and beyond. » Representation of construction, maintenance and public works personnel in various civil services. « Yes, it`s probably somewhere in that area, » he said in a phone interview. « If you look at the province as a whole and if you look at the economic situation, if the city wanted to give me some threes- out plans, I wouldn`t say no, but I certainly don`t expect that to be the numbers. » Representation of personnel responsible for the installation, construction, maintenance, repair or operation of electrical or communications equipment for various urban services. The Notley government has tried to reach agreements with the provincial unions with as little increase as possible, citing difficult economic conditions. The City confirmed that it had entered into collective agreements with two of its unions. The Edmonton Police Association has a three-year contract covering 2018-2020, while the Edmonton Fire Fighters` Union has a retroactive agreement for 2017 and 2018.

COVID 19 Update July 31, 2020 An updated letter on temporary layoffs has been obtained between the City of Edmonton (the « City ») and the Canadian Union of Local Public Employees 30. Civic Service Union 52; International Brotherhood of Electricity Workers 1007; Edmonton Fire Fighters Union; Amalgamated Transit Union Local 569 and Amalgamated Transit Union Local 569, DATS Unit (together the « Unions »). The approval of CUPE 30 is provisional and is subject to its internal review and approval, which will be finalized on August 5. The March 2020 agreement on redistribution has expired and has not been revised due to slowing down redistribution requirements. The City and the unions agreed that there would be no change to the terms and conditions of employment of the currently deployed staff. However, the terms were not disclosed, Global News sources said, that wage increases in the firefighters` agreement are in the range of 2 to 3 percent each year, while increases or police are each year in the balloon park of 1.5 percent with additional benefits. Representation of personnel responsible for fire protection, investigation, inspection and support services to the City of Edmonton. . . .