Operational Services Group (SV) - Table 2



Appendix B

General Labour & Trades
Group Specific Provisions and Rates of Pay

Notwithstanding the general provisions of this collective agreement, the following specific provisions shall apply to employees performing duties in the General Labour and Trades Group.

Interpretations and Definitions

For the purpose of this Agreement:

  1. "annual rate of pay" means an employee's weekly rate of pay multiplied by fifty-two decimal one seventy-six (52.176);
  2. "daily rate of pay" means an employee's hourly rate of pay times his normal number of hours of work per day;
  3. "pay" means basic rate of pay as specified in Annex A and includes supervisory differential and/or inmate training differential where applicable;
  4. "weekly rate of pay" means an employee's daily rate of pay multiplied by five (5).

Hours of Work and Overtime

1.01 Subject to the conditions of this article, the Employer shall schedule hours of work for all employees, except for those whose hours are covered by special written agreement between the Employer and the Alliance.

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1.02 In reference to clause 25.02(a), Hours of Work, the standard work week is forty (40) hours per week and eight (8) hours per day exclusive of a meal period.

1.03 In reference to clause 25.02(b), the Employer shall schedule the hours of work so that employees work eight (8) hours per day and an average of forty (40) hours and an average of five (5) days per week.

1.04 An employee whose scheduled hours of work are changed without seven (7) days prior notice:

  1. shall be compensated at the rate of time and one-half (1 1/2) for the first (1st) full shift worked on the new schedule. Subsequent shifts worked on the new schedule shall be paid for at straight time;
  2. shall retain his or her previously scheduled days of rest next following the change, or, if worked, such days of rest shall be compensated in accordance with clause 2.07.

1.05 Summer and Winter Hours

  1. At any location, the schedules of hours of work, and attendant overtime provisions, may be varied by the Employer, following meaningful consultation with local Alliance representatives, to allow for summer and winter hours and/or flexible hours.
  2. Within five (5) days of notification of consultation served by either party, the Alliance shall notify the Employer in writing of the representative authorised to act on behalf of the Alliance for consultation purposes.

1.06 The daily overtime provisions of the Agreement shall not apply to an employee attending a training course on the instructions of the Employer, except that an employee who performs his or her normal duties during the employee's regular working hours shall be paid at overtime rates for time spent after eight (8) hours performing work, while the employee is in attendance at training sessions.

1.07 Reporting Pay

  1. An employee who reports for overtime work as directed on a day of rest shall be paid for the time actually worked, or a minimum of three (3) hours' pay at the applicable overtime rate, whichever is the greater. This clause shall only be applicable to employees who are notified of the overtime work requirement prior to completing their last scheduled shift.
  2. An employee who reports for work on the employee's scheduled shift shall be paid for the time actually worked, or a minimum of four (4) hours' pay at straight time, whichever is the greater.
  3. The minimum payments to which are referred in 2.07(a) and (b) above, do not apply to part-time employees. Part-time employees will receive a minimum payment in accordance with Article 59.

1.08 If an employee reports back for overtime work which is not contiguous to either:

  1. the employee's regularly scheduled shift on that day,
    or
  2. any other period of work on that day,

the employee shall be paid for the time actually worked; or a minimum of four (4) hours' pay at straight time, whichever is the greater. However, this clause shall be applicable only to employees who are notified of such a non-contiguous overtime requirement prior to the completion of either their regularly scheduled shift on that day, or any other period of work on that day, as applicable.

1.09 An employee is entitled to overtime compensation for each completed fifteen (15) minute period of overtime worked by the employee.

1.10 Rest Periods

The Employer shall schedule two (2) rest periods of ten (10) minutes each during each shift and three (3) rest periods of ten (10) minutes for each shift scheduled for twelve (12) hours or more. An employee in the Canadian Penitentiary Service may be required to take such rest periods at the employee's work location when the nature of the employee's duties makes it necessary.

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1.11 Meal Break

Subject to operational requirements: the Employer will schedule a meal break of at least one‑half (1/2) hour during each full work period. Such meal break shall be scheduled as close as possible to the midpoint of the work period, unless an alternate arrangement is agreed to at the appropriate level between the Employer and the employee.

Travel Between Work Sites

2.01 When an employee is required to perform work at other than his normal work place, as defined in the Treasury Board Travel Directive, and the employee's status is such that the employee is not entitled to claim expenses for lodging and meals, the Employer shall provide transportation, or mileage allowance in lieu, for travel between the employee's normal workplace and any other work place(s).

Transfer at Sea Allowance

3.01 When an employee is required to transfer to a ship, submarine or barge (not berthed) from a helicopter, ship's boat, yardcraft or auxiliary vessel, the employee shall be paid a transfer allowance of five dollars ($5) except when transferring between vessels and/or work platforms which are in a secured state to each other for the purpose of performing a specific task such as deperming. If the employee leaves the ship, submarine or barge by a similar transfer, the employee shall be paid an additional five dollars ($5).

Supervisory Differential

4.01 A supervisory differential, as established in Annex B, shall be paid to employees in the bargaining unit who encumber positions which receive a supervisory rating under the classification standard, and who perform supervisory duties.

Miscellaneous

5.01 The Employer shall continue to provide any automobile windshield sticker or other form of permit which an employee may require in order to enter the employee's work site area, or shall repay the employee for the cost of same. However, this undertaking by the Employer shall not include free automobile parking privileges where payment of a parking fee would otherwise apply.

Dirty Work Allowance

6.01 When an employee is required to come in physical contact with the pollutant while engaged in the cleaning up of oil spills in excess of two hundred (200) litres which resulted from a marine disaster, mechanical failure, bunkering or fuel transfer operations, the employee shall receive, in addition to the appropriate rate of pay, an additional one-half (1/2) his straight-time rate for every fifteen (15) minute period, or part thereof, worked. All of the foregoing duties must have the prior approval of the Employer before work is commenced.

Height Pay

7.01 An employee shall be paid a height pay allowance equal to twenty-five per cent (25%) of the employee's basic hourly rate of pay on a prorata basis for actual time worked:

  1. on land-based towers where they are required to work thirty (30) feet or more above the ground;
  2. for installation or repair work thirty (30) feet above the ground, on the side of buildings, ships or structures where the method of support is by moveable platform (excluding manlifts);
  3. for repair work at a height of thirty (30) feet or more above the ground, on cranes where no scaffolding exists.

**Annex A-1
GL - General Labour & Trades Group

Pay Notes

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  1. Pay Increments
    1. The pay increment date for an indeterminate employee appointed to a position in the General Labour and Trades Group prior to August 5, 2009 shall be August 5th.
    2. The pay increment date for an indeterminate employee appointed to a position in the General Labour and Trades Group on or after August 5, 2009 shall be the anniversary date such an appointment.
    3. The increment period for indeterminate employees, other than apprentices, paid in these scales of rates, is one (1) year.
    4. On August 4th 2011, any employees who were on strength as of August 5th 2009, who are not at the maximum rate of pay, shall move to the maximum rate.
    5. The pay increment period for term employees at levels, other than apprentices, is fifty‑two (52) weeks. A pay increment shall be to the next rate in the scale of rates.
    6. An employee appointed to a term position shall receive an increment after having reached fifty‑two (52) weeks of cumulative service. For the purpose of defining when a determinate employee will be entitled to go the next salary increment, "cumulative" means all service, whether continuous or discontinuous within the core public administration at the same occupational group and level.
    7. Apprenticeship rates of pay are based on a percentage of the maximum rate of pay of the applicable sub group and level.
  2. The apprentice rate of pay will based on the following sub-groups:
    • Aircraft Maintaining Sub-Group (AIM) 09
    • Ammunition Working Sub-Group (AMW) 06
    • Electrical Installing and Maintaining Sub-Group (EIM) 10
    • Instrument Maintaining Sub-Group (INM) 10
    • Machinery Maintaining Sub-Group (MAM) 09
    • Machine, Tool-Making and Engraving (MST) 11
    • Painting and Construction Finishing Sub-Group (PCF) 07
    • Pipefitting Sub-Group (PIP) 09
    • Precision Working Sub-Group (PRW) 07
    • Sheet Metal Working Sub-Group (SMW) 09
    • Vehicle and Heavy Equipment Maintaining Sub-Group (VHE) 09
    • Woodworking Sub-Group (WOW) 09
    • Construction Inspecting Sub-Group (COI) (WFE) 10
    1. 48 months to certificate - 50% of above cited sub-group
    2. 42 months to certificate - 56% of above cited sub-group
    3. 36 months to certificate - 62% of above cited sub-group
    4. 30 months to certificate - 68% of above cited sub-group
    5. 24 months to certificate - 74% of above cited sub-group
    6. 18 months to certificate - 80% of above cited sub-group
    7. 12 months to certificate - 86% of above cited sub-group
    8. 6 months to certificate - 92% of above cited sub-group

Placement in the grid shall be in accordance with provincial, territorial or Red Seal standards or, where there is no provincial, territorial or Red Seal standard, another governing body or government standards.

See Annex A-2 for apprenticeship rates


GL - General Labour & Trades (Supervisory and Non-Supervisory) Groups
Aircraft Maintaining Sub-Group (AIM)
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


GL-AIM-9 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 24.20 25.25 26.30
A) August 5, 2011 24.62 25.69 26.76
B) August 5, 2012 24.99 26.08 27.16
C) August 5, 2013 25.49 26.60 27.70

GL-AIM-10 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 25.12 26.21 27.30
A) August 5, 2011 25.56 26.67 27.78
B) August 5, 2012 25.94 27.07 28.20
C) August 5, 2013 26.46 27.61 28.76

GL-AIM-11 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.09 27.22 28.35
A) August 5, 2011 26.55 27.70 28.85
B) August 5, 2012 26.95 28.12 29.28
C) August 5, 2013 27.49 28.68 29.87

GL-AIM-12 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.98 28.16 29.33
A) August 5, 2011 27.45 28.65 29.84
B) August 5, 2012 27.86 29.08 30.29
C) August 5, 2013 28.42 29.66 30.90

GL-AIM-13 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 27.85 29.05 30.27
A) August 5, 2011 28.34 29.56 30.80
B) August 5, 2012 28.77 30.00 31.26
C) August 5, 2013 29.35 30.60 31.89

GL-AIM-14 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 28.73 29.99 31.23
A) August 5, 2011 29.23 30.51 31.78
B) August 5, 2012 29.67 30.97 32.26
C) August 5, 2013 30.26 31.59 32.91

GL - General Labour & Trades (Supervisory and Non-Supervisory) Groups
Ammunition Working Sub-Group (AMW)
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


GL-AMW-01 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 17.99 18.77 19.55
A) August 5, 2011 18.30 19.10 19.89
B) August 5, 2012 18.57 19.39 20.19
C) August 5, 2013 18.94 19.78 20.59

GL-AIM-02 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 18.55 19.37 20.17
A) August 5, 2011 18.87 19.71 20.52
B) August 5, 2012 19.15 20.01 20.83
C) August 5, 2013 19.53 20.41 21.25

GL-AMW-03 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 19.22 20.06 20.89
A) August 5, 2011 19.56 20.41 21.26
B) August 5, 2012 19.85 20.72 21.58
C) August 5, 2013 20.25 21.13 22.01

GL-AMW-04 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 19.85 20.72 21.58
A) August 5, 2011 20.20 21.08 21.96
B) August 5, 2012 20.50 21.40 22.29
C) August 5, 2013 20.91 21.83 22.74

GL-AMW-05 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 20.55 21.44 22.34
A) August 5, 2011 20.91 21.82 22.73
B) August 5, 2012 21.22 22.15 23.07
C) August 5, 2013 21.64 22.59 23.53

GL-AMW-06 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 21.28 22.21 23.14
A) August 5, 2011 21.65 22.60 23.54
B) August 5, 2012 21.97 22.94 23.89
C) August 5, 2013 22.41 23.40 24.37

GL-AMW-07 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 22.01 22.96 23.92
A) August 5, 2011 22.40 23.36 24.34
B) August 5, 2012 22.74 23.71 24.71
C) August 5, 2013 23.19 24.18 25.20

GL-AMW-08 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 22.86 23.86 24.85
A) August 5, 2011 23.26 24.28 25.28
B) August 5, 2012 23.61 24.64 25.66
C) August 5, 2013 24.08 25.13 26.17

GL-AMW-09 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 23.77 24.81 25.84
A) August 5, 2011 24.19 25.24 26.29
B) August 5, 2012 24.55 25.62 26.68
C) August 5, 2013 25.04 26.13 27.21

GL-AMW-10 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 24.65 25.72 26.80
A) August 5, 2011 25.08 26.17 27.27
B) August 5, 2012 25.46 26.56 27.68
C) August 5, 2013 25.97 27.09 28.23

GL-AMW-11 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 25.56 26.67 27.78
A) August 5, 2011 26.01 27.14 28.27
B) August 5, 2012 26.40 27.55 28.69
C) August 5, 2013 26.93 28.10 29.26

GL-AMW-12 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.51 27.66 28.82
A) August 5, 2011 26.97 28.14 29.32
B) August 5, 2012 27.37 28.56 29.76
C) August 5, 2013 27.92 29.13 30.36

GL-AMW-13 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 27.39 28.58 29.77
A) August 5, 2011 27.87 29.08 30.29
B) August 5, 2012 28.29 29.52 30.74
C) August 5, 2013 28.86 30.11 31.35

GL-AMW-14 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 28.26 29.50 30.72
A) August 5, 2011 28.75 30.02 31.26
B) August 5, 2012 29.18 30.47 31.73
C) August 5, 2013 29.76 31.08 32.36

GL - General Labour & Trades (Supervisory and Non-Supervisory) Groups
Construction Inspecting Sub-Group (COI)
(Construction Inspector)
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


GL-COI-9 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.06 27.19 28.32
A) August 5, 2011 26.52 27.67 28.82
B) August 5, 2012 26.92 28.09 29.25
C) August 5, 2013 27.46 28.65 29.84

GL-COI-10 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 27.05 28.23 29.40
A) August 5, 2011 27.52 28.72 29.91
B) August 5, 2012 27.93 29.15 30.36
C) August 5, 2013 28.49 29.73 30.97

GL-COI-11 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 28.06 29.29 30.50
A) August 5, 2011 28.55 29.80 31.03
B) August 5, 2012 28.98 30.25 31.50
C) August 5, 2013 29.56 30.86 32.13

GL-COI-12 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 29.07 30.33 31.60
A) August 5, 2011 29.58 30.86 32.15
B) August 5, 2012 30.02 31.32 32.63
C) August 5, 2013 30.62 31.95 33.28

GL-COI-13 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 30.04 31.35 32.66
A) August 5, 2011 30.57 31.90 33.23
B) August 5, 2012 31.03 32.38 33.73
C) August 5, 2013 31.65 33.03 34.40

GL-COI-14 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 31.07 32.42 33.77
A) August 5, 2011 31.61 32.99 34.36
B) August 5, 2012 32.08 33.48 34.88
C) August 5, 2013 32.72 34.15 35.58

GL - General Labour & Trades (Supervisory and Non-Supervisory) Groups
Electrical Installing and Maintaining Sub-Group (EIM)
(Electrician)
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


GL-EIM-09 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 25.19 26.29 27.38
A) August 5, 2011 25.63 26.75 27.86
B) August 5, 2012 26.01 27.15 28.28
C) August 5, 2013 26.53 27.69 28.85

GL-EIM-10 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.83 27.99 29.15
A) August 5, 2011 27.30 28.48 29.66
B) August 5, 2012 27.71 28.91 30.10
C) August 5, 2013 28.26 29.49 30.70

GL-EIM-11 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 27.79 29.01 30.22
A) August 5, 2011 28.28 29.52 30.75
B) August 5, 2012 28.70 29.96 31.21
C) August 5, 2013 29.27 30.56 31.83

GL-EIM-12 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 28.80 30.04 31.30
A) August 5, 2011 29.30 30.57 31.85
B) August 5, 2012 29.74 31.03 32.33
C) August 5, 2013 30.33 31.65 32.98

GL-EIM-13 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 29.78 31.07 32.37
A) August 5, 2011 30.30 31.61 32.94
B) August 5, 2012 30.75 32.08 33.43
C) August 5, 2013 31.37 32.72 34.10

GL-EIM-14 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 30.76 32.10 33.44
A) August 5, 2011 31.30 32.66 34.03
B) August 5, 2012 31.77 33.15 34.54
C) August 5, 2013 32.41 33.81 35.23

GL - General Labour & Trades (Supervisory and Non-Supervisory) Groups
Elemental Sub-Group (ELE)
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


GL-ELE-01 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 17.17 17.92 18.67
A) August 5, 2011 17.47 18.23 19.00
B) August 5, 2012 17.73 18.50 19.29
C) August 5, 2013 18.08 18.87 19.68

GL-ELE-02 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 17.83 18.62 19.39
A) August 5, 2011 18.14 18.95 19.73
B) August 5, 2012 18.41 19.23 20.03
C) August 5, 2013 18.78 19.61 20.43

GL-ELE-03 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 18.43 19.23 20.04
A) August 5, 2011 18.75 19.57 20.39
B) August 5, 2012 19.03 19.86 20.70
C) August 5, 2013 19.41 20.26 21.11

GL-ELE-04 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 18.97 19.79 20.61
A) August 5, 2011 19.30 20.14 20.97
B) August 5, 2012 19.59 20.44 21.28
C) August 5, 2013 19.98 20.85 21.71

GL-ELE-05 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 19.71 20.56 21.42
A) August 5, 2011 20.05 20.92 21.79
B) August 5, 2012 20.35 21.23 22.12
C) August 5, 2013 20.76 21.65 22.56

GL-ELE-06 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 20.35 21.23 22.12
A) August 5, 2011 20.71 21.60 22.51
B) August 5, 2012 21.02 21.92 22.85
C) August 5, 2013 21.44 22.36 23.31

GL-ELE-07 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 21.04 21.95 22.87
A) August 5, 2011 21.41 22.33 23.27
B) August 5, 2012 21.73 22.66 23.62
C) August 5, 2013 22.16 23.11 24.09

GL-ELE-08 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 21.86 22.81 23.76
A) August 5, 2011 22.24 23.21 24.18
B) August 5, 2012 22.57 23.56 24.54
C) August 5, 2013 23.02 24.03 25.03

GL-ELE-09 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 22.66 23.64 24.63
A) August 5, 2011 23.06 24.05 25.06
B) August 5, 2012 23.41 24.41 25.44
C) August 5, 2013 23.88 24.90 25.95

GL-ELE-10 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 23.55 24.58 25.60
A) August 5, 2011 23.96 25.01 26.05
B) August 5, 2012 24.32 25.39 26.44
C) August 5, 2013 24.81 25.90 26.97

GL-ELE-11 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 24.44 25.50 26.56
A) August 5, 2011 24.87 25.95 27.02
B) August 5, 2012 25.24 26.34 27.43
C) August 5, 2013 25.74 26.87 27.98

GL-ELE-12 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 25.26 26.35 27.46
A) August 5, 2011 25.70 26.81 27.94
B) August 5, 2012 26.09 27.21 28.36
C) August 5, 2013 26.61 27.75 28.93

GL-ELE-13 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.13 27.26 28.39
A) August 5, 2011 26.59 27.74 28.89
B) August 5, 2012 26.99 28.16 29.32
C) August 5, 2013 27.53 28.72 29.91

GL-ELE-14 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.95 28.12 29.29
A) August 5, 2011 27.42 28.61 29.80
B) August 5, 2012 27.83 29.04 30.25
C) August 5, 2013 28.39 29.62 30.86

GL - General Labour & Trades (Supervisory and Non-Supervisory) Groups
Grain-Handlers and Weighpersons Sub-Group (GHW)
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


GL-GHW-03 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 21.26 22.19 23.12
A) August 5, 2011 21.63 22.58 23.52
B) August 5, 2012 21.95 22.92 23.87
C) August 5, 2013 22.39 23.38 24.35

GL-GHW-04 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 21.95 22.90 23.86
A) August 5, 2011 22.33 23.30 24.28
B) August 5, 2012 22.66 23.65 24.64
C) August 5, 2013 23.11 24.12 25.13

GL-GHW-05 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 22.66 23.64 24.63
A) August 5, 2011 23.06 24.05 25.06
B) August 5, 2012 23.41 24.41 25.44
C) August 5, 2013 23.88 24.90 25.95

GL-GHW-06 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 23.49 24.51 25.53
A) August 5, 2011 23.90 24.94 25.98
B) August 5, 2012 24.26 25.31 26.37
C) August 5, 2013 24.75 25.82 26.90

GL-GHW-07 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 24.20 25.25 26.30
A) August 5, 2011 24.62 25.69 26.76
B) August 5, 2012 24.99 26.08 27.16
C) August 5, 2013 25.49 26.60 27.70

GL-GHW-08 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 25.17 26.26 27.35
A) August 5, 2011 25.61 26.72 27.83
B) August 5, 2012 25.99 27.12 28.25
C) August 5, 2013 26.51 27.66 28.82

GL-GHW-09 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010
A) August 5, 2011
B) August 5, 2012
C) August 5, 2013

GL-GHW-10 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.51 27.66 28.82
A) August 5, 2011 26.97 28.14 29.32
B) August 5, 2012 27.37 28.56 29.76
C) August 5, 2013 27.92 29.13 30.36

GL-GHW-11 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.59 27.74 28.90
A) August 5, 2011 27.06 28.23 29.41
B) August 5, 2012 27.47 28.65 29.85
C) August 5, 2013 28.02 29.22 30.45

GL-GHW-12 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 27.83 29.04 30.25
A) August 5, 2011 28.32 29.55 30.78
B) August 5, 2012 28.74 29.99 31.24
C) August 5, 2013 29.31 30.59 31.86

GL - General Labour & Trades (Supervisory and Non-Supervisory) Groups
Instrument Maintaining Sub-Group (INM)
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


GL-INM-09 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 23.18 24.19 25.20
A) August 5, 2011 23.59 24.61 25.64
B) August 5, 2012 23.94 24.98 26.02
C) August 5, 2013 24.42 25.48 26.54

GL-INM-10 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 24.06 25.10 26.15
A) August 5, 2011 24.48 25.54 26.61
B) August 5, 2012 24.85 25.92 27.01
C) August 5, 2013 25.35 26.44 27.55

GL-INM-11 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 24.94 26.02 27.10
A) August 5, 2011 25.38 26.48 27.57
B) August 5, 2012 25.76 26.88 27.98
C) August 5, 2013 26.28 27.42 28.54

GL-INM-12 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 25.84 26.96 28.09
A) August 5, 2011 26.29 27.43 28.58
B) August 5, 2012 26.68 27.84 29.01
C) August 5, 2013 27.21 28.40 29.59

GL-INM-13 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.67 27.83 28.99
A) August 5, 2011 27.14 28.32 29.50
B) August 5, 2012 27.55 28.74 29.94
C) August 5, 2013 28.10 29.31 30.54

GL-INM-14 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 27.56 28.77 29.96
A) August 5, 2011 28.04 29.27 30.48
B) August 5, 2012 28.46 29.71 30.94
C) August 5, 2013 29.03 30.30 31.56

GL - General Labour & Trades (Supervisory and Non-Supervisory) Groups
Machinery Maintaining Sub-Group (MAM)
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


GL-MAM-05 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 21.20 22.13 23.05
A) August 5, 2011 21.57 22.52 23.45
B) August 5, 2012 21.89 22.86 23.80
C) August 5, 2013 22.33 23.32 24.28

GL-MAM-06 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 21.95 22.90 23.86
A) August 5, 2011 22.33 23.30 24.28
B) August 5, 2012 22.66 23.65 24.64
C) August 5, 2013 23.11 24.12 25.13

GL-MAM-07 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 22.69 23.66 24.65
A) August 5, 2011 23.09 24.07 25.08
B) August 5, 2012 23.44 24.43 25.46
C) August 5, 2013 23.91 24.92 25.97

GL-MAM-08 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 23.62 24.64 25.67
A) August 5, 2011 24.03 25.07 26.12
B) August 5, 2012 24.39 25.45 26.51
C) August 5, 2013 24.88 25.96 27.04

GL-MAM-09 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 24.55 25.61 26.68
A) August 5, 2011 24.98 26.06 27.15
B) August 5, 2012 25.35 26.45 27.56
C) August 5, 2013 25.86 26.98 28.11

GL-MAM-10 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 25.52 26.62 27.73
A) August 5, 2011 25.97 27.09 28.22
B) August 5, 2012 26.36 27.50 28.64
C) August 5, 2013 26.89 28.05 29.21

GL-MAM-11 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.43 27.58 28.73
A) August 5, 2011 26.89 28.06 29.23
B) August 5, 2012 27.29 28.48 29.67
C) August 5, 2013 27.84 29.05 30.26

GL-MAM-12 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 27.39 28.58 29.77
A) August 5, 2011 27.87 29.08 30.29
B) August 5, 2012 28.29 29.52 30.74
C) August 5, 2013 28.86 30.11 31.35

GL-MAM-13 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 28.31 29.55 30.77
A) August 5, 2011 28.81 30.07 31.31
B) August 5, 2012 29.24 30.52 31.78
C) August 5, 2013 29.82 31.13 32.42

GL-MAM-14 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 29.23 30.50 31.77
A) August 5, 2011 29.74 31.03 32.33
B) August 5, 2012 30.19 31.50 32.81
C) August 5, 2013 30.79 32.13 33.47

GL - General Labour & Trades (Supervisory and Non-Supervisory) Groups
Manipulating Sub-Group (MAN)
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


GL-MAN-01 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 18.78 19.60 20.41
A) August 5, 2011 19.11 19.94 20.77
B) August 5, 2012 19.40 20.24 21.08
C) August 5, 2013 19.79 20.64 21.50

GL-MAN-02 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 19.39 20.23 21.08
A) August 5, 2011 19.73 20.58 21.45
B) August 5, 2012 20.03 20.89 21.77
C) August 5, 2013 20.43 21.31 22.21

GL-MAN-03 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 20.08 20.94 21.82
A) August 5, 2011 20.43 21.31 22.20
B) August 5, 2012 20.74 21.63 22.53
C) August 5, 2013 21.15 22.06 22.98

GL-MAN-04 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 20.76 21.66 22.56
A) August 5, 2011 21.12 22.04 22.95
B) August 5, 2012 21.44 22.37 23.29
C) August 5, 2013 21.87 22.82 23.76

GL-MAN-05 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 21.46 22.39 23.32
A) August 5, 2011 21.84 22.78 23.73
B) August 5, 2012 22.17 23.12 24.09
C) August 5, 2013 22.61 23.58 24.57

GL-MAN-06 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 22.21 23.17 24.14
A) August 5, 2011 22.60 23.58 24.56
B) August 5, 2012 22.94 23.93 24.93
C) August 5, 2013 23.40 24.41 25.43

GL-MAN-07 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 22.96 23.96 24.96
A) August 5, 2011 23.36 24.38 25.40
B) August 5, 2012 23.71 24.75 25.78
C) August 5, 2013 24.18 25.25 26.30

GL-MAN-08 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 23.97 25.01 26.06
A) August 5, 2011 24.39 25.45 26.52
B) August 5, 2012 24.76 25.83 26.92
C) August 5, 2013 25.26 26.35 27.46

GL-MAN-09 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 24.89 25.97 27.05
A) August 5, 2011 25.33 26.42 27.52
B) August 5, 2012 25.71 26.82 27.93
C) August 5, 2013 26.22 27.36 28.49

GL-MAN-10 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 25.86 26.98 28.11
A) August 5, 2011 26.31 27.45 28.60
B) August 5, 2012 26.70 27.86 29.03
C) August 5, 2013 27.23 28.42 29.61

GL-MAN-11 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.81 27.97 29.13
A) August 5, 2011 27.28 28.46 29.64
B) August 5, 2012 27.69 28.89 30.08
C) August 5, 2013 28.24 29.47 30.68

GL-MAN-12 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 27.73 28.94 30.15
A) August 5, 2011 28.22 29.45 30.68
B) August 5, 2012 28.64 29.89 31.14
C) August 5, 2013 29.21 30.49 31.76

GL-MAN-13 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 28.74 30.00 31.24
A) August 5, 2011 29.24 30.53 31.79
B) August 5, 2012 29.68 30.99 32.27
C) August 5, 2013 30.27 31.61 32.92

GL-MAN-14 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 29.64 30.93 32.22
A) August 5, 2011 30.16 31.47 32.78
B) August 5, 2012 30.61 31.94 33.27
C) August 5, 2013 31.22 32.58 33.94

GL - General Labour & Trades (Supervisory and Non-Supervisory) Groups
Machine Driving-Operating Sub-Group (MDO)
Hourly Rates of Pays
(in dollars)

Table Legend


GL-MDO-01 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 17.45 18.21 18.97
A) August 5, 2011 17.76 18.53 19.30
B) August 5, 2012 18.03 18.81 19.59
C) August 5, 2013 18.39 19.19 19.98

GL-MDO-02 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 18.06 18.84 19.63
A) August 5, 2011 18.38 19.17 19.97
B) August 5, 2012 18.66 19.46 20.27
C) August 5, 2013 19.03 19.85 20.68

GL-MDO-03 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 18.67 19.48 20.30
A) August 5, 2011 19.00 19.82 20.66
B) August 5, 2012 19.29 20.12 20.97
C) August 5, 2013 19.68 20.52 21.39

GL-MDO-04 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 19.30 20.14 20.98
A) August 5, 2011 19.64 20.49 21.35
B) August 5, 2012 19.93 20.80 21.67
C) August 5, 2013 20.33 21.22 22.10

GL-MDO-05 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 20.36 21.24 22.13
A) August 5, 2011 20.72 21.61 22.52
B) August 5, 2012 21.03 21.93 22.86
C) August 5, 2013 21.45 22.37 23.32

GL-MDO-06 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 21.08 22.00 22.91
A) August 5, 2011 21.45 22.39 23.31
B) August 5, 2012 21.77 22.73 23.66
C) August 5, 2013 22.21 23.18 24.13

GL-MDO-07 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 21.79 22.74 23.68
A) August 5, 2011 22.17 23.14 24.09
B) August 5, 2012 22.50 23.49 24.45
C) August 5, 2013 22.95 23.96 24.94

GL-MDO-08 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 22.66 23.64 24.63
A) August 5, 2011 23.06 24.05 25.06
B) August 5, 2012 23.41 24.41 25.44
C) August 5, 2013 23.88 24.90 25.95

GL-MDO-09 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 23.53 24.56 25.58
A) August 5, 2011 23.94 24.99 26.03
B) August 5, 2012 24.30 25.36 26.42
C) August 5, 2013 24.79 25.87 26.95

GL-MDO-10 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 24.45 25.51 26.57
A) August 5, 2011 24.88 25.96 27.03
B) August 5, 2012 25.25 26.35 27.44
C) August 5, 2013 25.76 26.88 27.99

GL-MDO-11 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 25.30 26.40 27.51
A) August 5, 2011 25.74 26.86 27.99
B) August 5, 2012 26.13 27.26 28.41
C) August 5, 2013 26.65 27.81 28.98

GL-MDO-12 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.24 27.37 28.52
A) August 5, 2011 26.70 27.85 29.02
B) August 5, 2012 27.10 28.27 29.46
C) August 5, 2013 27.64 28.84 30.05

GL-MDO-13 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 27.14 28.31 29.50
A) August 5, 2011 27.61 28.81 30.02
B) August 5, 2012 28.02 29.24 30.47
C) August 5, 2013 28.58 29.82 31.08

GL-MDO-14 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 27.99 29.21 30.42
A) August 5, 2011 28.48 29.72 30.95
B) August 5, 2012 28.91 30.17 31.41
C) August 5, 2013 29.49 30.77 32.04

GL - General Labour & Trades (Supervisory and Non-Supervisory) Groups
Machine Operating-Controlling Sub-Group (MOC)
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


GL-MOC-01 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 18.40 19.19 20.00
A) August 5, 2011 18.72 19.53 20.35
B) August 5, 2012 19.00 19.82 20.66
C) August 5, 2013 19.38 20.22 21.07

GL-MOC-02 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 18.99 19.81 20.63
A) August 5, 2011 19.32 20.16 20.99
B) August 5, 2012 19.61 20.46 21.30
C) August 5, 2013 20.00 20.87 21.73

GL-MOC-03 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 19.69 20.54 21.40
A) August 5, 2011 20.03 20.90 21.77
B) August 5, 2012 20.33 21.21 22.10
C) August 5, 2013 20.74 21.63 22.54

GL-MOC-04 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 20.29 21.16 22.05
A) August 5, 2011 20.65 21.53 22.44
B) August 5, 2012 20.96 21.85 22.78
C) August 5, 2013 21.38 22.29 23.24

GL-MOC-05 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 21.04 21.95 22.87
A) August 5, 2011 21.41 22.33 23.27
B) August 5, 2012 21.73 22.66 23.62
C) August 5, 2013 22.16 23.11 24.09

GL-MOC-06 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 21.78 22.73 23.67
A) August 5, 2011 22.16 23.13 24.08
B) August 5, 2012 22.49 23.48 24.44
C) August 5, 2013 22.94 23.95 24.93

GL-MOC-07 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 22.55 23.53 24.51
A) August 5, 2011 22.94 23.94 24.94
B) August 5, 2012 23.28 24.30 25.31
C) August 5, 2013 23.75 24.79 25.82

GL-MOC-08 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 23.49 24.51 25.53
A) August 5, 2011 23.90 24.94 25.98
B) August 5, 2012 24.26 25.31 26.37
C) August 5, 2013 24.75 25.82 26.90

GL-MOC-09 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 24.36 25.43 26.49
A) August 5, 2011 24.79 25.88 26.95
B) August 5, 2012 25.16 26.27 27.35
C) August 5, 2013 25.66 26.80 27.90

GL-MOC-10 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 25.29 26.39 27.50
A) August 5, 2011 25.73 26.85 27.98
B) August 5, 2012 26.12 27.25 28.40
C) August 5, 2013 26.64 27.80 28.97

GL-MOC-11 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.24 27.37 28.52
A) August 5, 2011 26.70 27.85 29.02
B) August 5, 2012 27.10 28.27 29.46
C) August 5, 2013 27.64 28.84 30.05

GL-MOC-12 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 27.14 28.31 29.50
A) August 5, 2011 27.61 28.81 30.02
B) August 5, 2012 28.02 29.24 30.47
C) August 5, 2013 28.58 29.82 31.08

GL-MOC-13 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 28.06 29.29 30.50
A) August 5, 2011 28.55 29.80 31.03
B) August 5, 2012 28.98 30.25 31.50
C) August 5, 2013 29.56 30.86 32.13

GL-MOC-14 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 28.98 30.25 31.51
A) August 5, 2011 29.49 30.78 32.06
B) August 5, 2012 29.93 31.24 32.54
C) August 5, 2013 30.53 31.86 33.19

GL - General Labour & Trades (Supervisory and Non-Supervisory) Groups
Machine, Tool-Making and Engraving Sub-Group (MST)
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


GL-MST-09 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 22.29 23.26 24.23
A) August 5, 2011 22.68 23.67 24.65
B) August 5, 2012 23.02 24.03 25.02
C) August 5, 2013 23.48 24.51 25.52

GL-MST-10 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 23.13 24.13 25.14
A) August 5, 2011 23.53 24.55 25.58
B) August 5, 2012 23.88 24.92 25.96
C) August 5, 2013 24.36 25.42 26.48

GL-MST-11 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 23.93 24.97 26.01
A) August 5, 2011 24.35 25.41 26.47
B) August 5, 2012 24.72 25.79 26.87
C) August 5, 2013 25.21 26.31 27.41

GL-MST-12 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 24.79 25.86 26.94
A) August 5, 2011 25.22 26.31 27.41
B) August 5, 2012 25.60 26.70 27.82
C) August 5, 2013 26.11 27.23 28.38

GL-MST-13 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 25.60 26.71 27.83
A) August 5, 2011 26.05 27.18 28.32
B) August 5, 2012 26.44 27.59 28.74
C) August 5, 2013 26.97 28.14 29.31

GL-MST-14 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.49 27.64 28.80
A) August 5, 2011 26.95 28.12 29.30
B) August 5, 2012 27.35 28.54 29.74
C) August 5, 2013 27.90 29.11 30.33

GL - General Labour & Trades (Supervisory and Non-Supervisory) Groups
Painting & Construction Finishing Sub-Group (PCF)
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


GL-PCF-06 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 24.23 25.29 26.34
A) August 5, 2011 24.65 25.73 26.80
B) August 5, 2012 25.02 26.12 27.20
C) August 5, 2013 25.52 26.64 27.74

GL-PCF-07 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 25.06 26.16 27.25
A) August 5, 2011 25.50 26.62 27.73
B) August 5, 2012 25.88 27.02 28.15
C) August 5, 2013 26.40 27.56 28.71

GL-PCF-08 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.12 27.25 28.38
A) August 5, 2011 26.58 27.73 28.88
B) August 5, 2012 26.98 28.15 29.31
C) August 5, 2013 27.52 28.71 29.90

GL-PCF-09 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 27.16 28.33 29.52
A) August 5, 2011 27.64 28.83 30.04
B) August 5, 2012 28.05 29.26 30.49
C) August 5, 2013 28.61 29.85 31.10

GL-PCF-10 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 28.24 29.47 30.69
A) August 5, 2011 28.73 29.99 31.23
B) August 5, 2012 29.16 30.44 31.70
C) August 5, 2013 29.74 31.05 32.33

GL-PCF-11 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 29.24 30.51 31.78
A) August 5, 2011 29.75 31.04 32.34
B) August 5, 2012 30.20 31.51 32.83
C) August 5, 2013 30.80 32.14 33.49

GL-PCF-12 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 30.30 31.62 32.94
A) August 5, 2011 30.83 32.17 33.52
B) August 5, 2012 31.29 32.65 34.02
C) August 5, 2013 31.92 33.30 34.70

GL-PCF-13 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 31.36 32.73 34.09
A) August 5, 2011 31.91 33.30 34.69
B) August 5, 2012 32.39 33.80 35.21
C) August 5, 2013 33.04 34.48 35.91

GL-PCF-14 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 32.40 33.80 35.21
A) August 5, 2011 32.97 34.39 35.83
B) August 5, 2012 33.46 34.91 36.37
C) August 5, 2013 34.13 35.61 37.10

GL - General Labour & Trades (Supervisory and Non-Supervisory) Groups
Pipefitting Sub-Group (PIP) (Pipefitter and Plumber)
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


GL-PIP-09 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.28 27.43 28.57
A) August 5, 2011 26.74 27.91 29.07
B) August 5, 2012 27.14 28.33 29.51
C) August 5, 2013 27.68 28.90 30.10

GL-PIP-10 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 27.37 28.56 29.75
A) August 5, 2011 27.85 29.06 30.27
B) August 5, 2012 28.27 29.50 30.72
C) August 5, 2013 28.84 30.09 31.33

GL-PIP-11 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 28.33 29.56 30.80
A) August 5, 2011 28.83 30.08 31.34
B) August 5, 2012 29.26 30.53 31.81
C) August 5, 2013 29.85 31.14 32.45

GL-PIP-12 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 29.33 30.61 31.88
A) August 5, 2011 29.84 31.15 32.44
B) August 5, 2012 30.29 31.62 32.93
C) August 5, 2013 30.90 32.25 33.59

GL-PIP-13 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 30.35 31.67 32.99
A) August 5, 2011 30.88 32.22 33.57
B) August 5, 2012 31.34 32.70 34.07
C) August 5, 2013 31.97 33.35 34.75

GL-PIP-14 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 31.35 32.72 34.08
A) August 5, 2011 31.90 33.29 34.68
B) August 5, 2012 32.38 33.79 35.20
C) August 5, 2013 33.03 34.47 35.90

GL - General Labour & Trades (Supervisory and Non-Supervisory) Groups
Precision Working Sub-Group (PRW)
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


GL-PRW-05 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 21.46 22.39 23.32
A) August 5, 2011 21.84 22.78 23.73
B) August 5, 2012 22.17 23.12 24.09
C) August 5, 2013 22.61 23.58 24.57

GL-PRW-06 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 22.27 23.24 24.21
A) August 5, 2011 22.66 23.65 24.63
B) August 5, 2012 23.00 24.00 25.00
C) August 5, 2013 23.46 24.48 25.50

GL-PRW-07 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 22.99 23.99 24.99
A) August 5, 2011 23.39 24.41 25.43
B) August 5, 2012 23.74 24.78 25.81
C) August 5, 2013 24.21 25.28 26.33

GL-PRW-08 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 23.99 25.03 26.08
A) August 5, 2011 24.41 25.47 26.54
B) August 5, 2012 24.78 25.85 26.94
C) August 5, 2013 25.28 26.37 27.48

GL-PRW-09 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 24.94 26.02 27.10
A) August 5, 2011 25.38 26.48 27.57
B) August 5, 2012 25.76 26.88 27.98
C) August 5, 2013 26.28 27.42 28.54

GL-PRW-10 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 25.90 27.03 28.16
A) August 5, 2011 26.35 27.50 28.65
B) August 5, 2012 26.75 27.91 29.08
C) August 5, 2013 27.29 28.47 29.66

GL-PRW-11 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.86 28.03 29.20
A) August 5, 2011 27.33 28.52 29.71
B) August 5, 2012 27.74 28.95 30.16
C) August 5, 2013 28.29 29.53 30.76

GL-PRW-12 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 27.79 29.01 30.22
A) August 5, 2011 28.28 29.52 30.75
B) August 5, 2012 28.70 29.96 31.21
C) August 5, 2013 29.27 30.56 31.83

GL-PRW-13 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 28.75 30.01 31.26
A) August 5, 2011 29.25 30.54 31.81
B) August 5, 2012 29.69 31.00 32.29
C) August 5, 2013 30.28 31.62 32.94

GL-PRW-14 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 29.72 31.02 32.31
A) August 5, 2011 30.24 31.56 32.88
B) August 5, 2012 30.69 32.03 33.37
C) August 5, 2013 31.30 32.67 34.04

GL - General Labour & Trades (Supervisory and Non-Supervisory) Groups
Sheet Metal Working Sub-Group (SMW)
(Sheet Metal Worker)
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


GL-SMW-08 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 27.21 28.39 29.58
A) August 5, 2011 27.69 28.89 30.10
B) August 5, 2012 28.11 29.32 30.55
C) August 5, 2013 28.67 29.91 31.16

GL-SMW-09 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 28.34 29.57 30.81
A) August 5, 2011 28.84 30.09 31.35
B) August 5, 2012 29.27 30.54 31.82
C) August 5, 2013 29.86 31.15 32.46

GL-SMW-10 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 29.46 30.74 32.02
A) August 5, 2011 29.98 31.28 32.58
B) August 5, 2012 30.43 31.75 33.07
C) August 5, 2013 31.04 32.39 33.73

GL-SMW-11 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 30.54 31.87 33.20
A) August 5, 2011 31.07 32.43 33.78
B) August 5, 2012 31.54 32.92 34.29
C) August 5, 2013 32.17 33.58 34.98

GL-SMW-12 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 31.62 33.00 34.37
A) August 5, 2011 32.17 33.58 34.97
B) August 5, 2012 32.65 34.08 35.49
C) August 5, 2013 33.30 34.76 36.20

GL-SMW-13 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 32.73 34.15 35.58
A) August 5, 2011 33.30 34.75 36.20
B) August 5, 2012 33.80 35.27 36.74
C) August 5, 2013 34.48 35.98 37.47

GL-SMW-14 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 33.82 35.28 36.76
A) August 5, 2011 34.41 35.90 37.40
B) August 5, 2012 34.93 36.44 37.96
C) August 5, 2013 35.63 37.17 38.72

GL - General Labour & Trades (Supervisory and Non-Supervisory) Groups
Vehicle & Heavy Equipment Maintaining Sub-Group (VHE)
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


GL-VHE-08 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 23.62 24.64 25.67
A) August 5, 2011 24.03 25.07 26.12
B) August 5, 2012 24.39 25.45 26.51
C) August 5, 2013 24.88 25.96 27.04

GL-VHE-09 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 24.55 25.61 26.68
A) August 5, 2011 24.98 26.06 27.15
B) August 5, 2012 25.35 26.45 27.56
C) August 5, 2013 25.86 26.98 28.11

GL-VHE-10 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 25.52 26.62 27.73
A) August 5, 2011 25.97 27.09 28.22
B) August 5, 2012 26.36 27.50 28.64
C) August 5, 2013 26.89 28.05 29.21

GL-VHE-11 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.43 27.58 28.73
A) August 5, 2011 26.89 28.06 29.23
B) August 5, 2012 27.29 28.48 29.67
C) August 5, 2013 27.84 29.05 30.26

GL-VHE-12 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 27.39 28.58 29.77
A) August 5, 2011 27.87 29.08 30.29
B) August 5, 2012 28.29 29.52 30.74
C) August 5, 2013 28.86 30.11 31.35

GL-VHE-13 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 28.31 29.55 30.77
A) August 5, 2011 28.81 30.07 31.31
B) August 5, 2012 29.24 30.52 31.78
C) August 5, 2013 29.82 31.13 32.42

GL-VHE-14 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 29.23 30.50 31.77
A) August 5, 2011 29.74 31.03 32.33
B) August 5, 2012 30.19 31.50 32.81
C) August 5, 2013 30.79 32.13 33.47

GL - General Labour & Trades (Supervisory and Non-Supervisory) Groups
Woodworking Sub-Group (WOW) (Carpenter)
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


GL-WOW-09 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 24.99 26.09 27.17
A) August 5, 2011 25.43 26.55 27.65
B) August 5, 2012 25.81 26.95 28.06
C) August 5, 2013 26.33 27.49 28.62

GL-WOW-10 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 25.98 27.10 28.24
A) August 5, 2011 26.43 27.57 28.73
B) August 5, 2012 26.83 27.98 29.16
C) August 5, 2013 27.37 28.54 29.74

GL-WOW-11 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 26.93 28.10 29.27
A) August 5, 2011 27.40 28.59 29.78
B) August 5, 2012 27.81 29.02 30.23
C) August 5, 2013 28.37 29.60 30.83

GL-WOW-12 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 27.92 29.13 30.35
A) August 5, 2011 28.41 29.64 30.88
B) August 5, 2012 28.84 30.08 31.34
C) August 5, 2013 29.42 30.68 31.97

GL-WOW-13 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 28.85 30.10 31.36
A) August 5, 2011 29.35 30.63 31.91
B) August 5, 2012 29.79 31.09 32.39
C) August 5, 2013 30.39 31.71 33.04

GL-WOW-14 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
$) August 5, 2010 29.79 31.08 32.38
A) August 5, 2011 30.31 31.62 32.95
B) August 5, 2012 30.76 32.09 33.44
C) August 5, 2013 31.38 32.73 34.11

Annex "A-2"
GL - General Labour & Trades
(Supervisory and Non-Supervisory) Groups
Apprentice Rates of Pay
Hourly Rates of Pay
(in dollars)

Table Legend


AIM-00 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
August 5, 2010 $ 13.15 14.73 16.31 17.88 19.46 21.04 22.62 24.20
August 5, 2011 A 13.38 14.99 16.60 18.19 19.80 21.41 23.02 24.62
August 5, 2012 B 13.58 15.21 16.85 18.46 20.10 21.73 23.37 24.99
August 5, 2013 C 13.85 15.51 17.19 18.83 20.50 22.16 23.84 25.49

AMW-00 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
August 5, 2010 $ 11.57 12.96 14.35 15.74 17.12 18.51 19.90 21.28
August 5, 2011 A 11.77 13.19 14.60 16.02 17.42 18.83 20.25 21.65
August 5, 2012 B 11.95 13.39 14.82 16.26 17.68 19.11 20.55 21.97
August 5, 2013 C 12.19 13.66 15.12 16.59 18.03 19.49 20.96 22.41

EIM-00 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
August 5, 2010 $ 14.58 16.32 18.07 19.82 21.57 23.32 25.07 26.83
August 5, 2011 A 14.84 16.61 18.39 20.17 21.95 23.73 25.51 27.30
August 5, 2012 B 15.06 16.86 18.67 20.47 22.28 24.09 25.89 27.71
August 5, 2013 C 15.36 17.20 19.04 20.88 22.73 24.57 26.41 28.26

INM-00 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
August 5, 2010 $ 13.08 14.64 16.21 17.78 19.35 20.92 22.49 24.06
August 5, 2011 A 13.31 14.90 16.49 18.09 19.69 21.29 22.88 24.48
August 5, 2012 B 13.51 15.12 16.74 18.36 19.99 21.61 23.22 24.85
August 5, 2013 C 13.78 15.42 17.07 18.73 20.39 22.04 23.68 25.35

MAM-00 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
August 5, 2010 $ 13.34 14.94 16.54 18.14 19.74 21.34 22.94 24.55
August 5, 2011 A 13.57 15.20 16.83 18.46 20.09 21.71 23.34 24.98
August 5, 2012 B 13.77 15.43 17.08 18.74 20.39 22.04 23.69 25.35
August 5, 2013 C 14.05 15.74 17.42 19.11 20.80 22.48 24.16 25.86

MST-00 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
August 5, 2010 $ 13.01 14.57 16.13 17.69 19.25 20.81 22.37 23.93
August 5, 2011 A 13.24 14.82 16.41 18.00 19.59 21.17 22.76 24.35
August 5, 2012 B 13.44 15.04 16.66 18.27 19.88 21.49 23.10 24.72
August 5, 2013 C 13.71 15.34 16.99 18.64 20.28 21.92 23.56 25.21

PCF-00 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
August 5, 2010 $ 13.63 15.26 16.90 18.53 20.17 21.80 23.44 25.06
August 5, 2011 A 13.87 15.53 17.20 18.85 20.52 22.18 23.85 25.50
August 5, 2012 B 14.08 15.76 17.46 19.13 20.83 22.51 24.21 25.88
August 5, 2013 C 14.36 16.08 17.81 19.51 21.25 22.96 24.69 26.40

PIP-00 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
August 5, 2010 $ 14.29 16.00 17.71 19.43 21.14 22.86 24.57 26.28
August 5, 2011 A 14.54 16.28 18.02 19.77 21.51 23.26 25.00 26.74
August 5, 2012 B 14.76 16.52 18.29 20.07 21.83 23.61 25.38 27.14
August 5, 2013 C 15.06 16.85 18.66 20.47 22.27 24.08 25.89 27.68

PRW-00 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
August 5, 2010 $ 12.50 13.99 15.49 16.99 18.49 19.99 21.49 22.99
August 5, 2011 A 12.72 14.23 15.76 17.29 18.81 20.34 21.87 23.39
August 5, 2012 B 12.91 14.44 16.00 17.55 19.09 20.65 22.20 23.74
August 5, 2013 C 13.17 14.73 16.32 17.90 19.47 21.06 22.64 24.21

SMW-00 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
August 5, 2010 $ 15.41 17.25 19.10 20.95 22.80 24.65 26.50 28.34
August 5, 2011 A 15.68 17.55 19.43 21.32 23.20 25.08 26.96 28.84
August 5, 2012 B 15.92 17.81 19.72 21.64 23.55 25.46 27.36 29.27
August 5, 2013 C 16.24 18.17 20.11 22.07 24.02 25.97 27.91 29.86

VHE-00 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
August 5, 2010 $ 13.34 14.94 16.54 18.14 19.74 21.34 22.94 24.55
August 5, 2011 A 13.57 15.20 16.83 18.46 20.09 21.71 23.34 24.98
August 5, 2012 B 13.77 15.43 17.08 18.74 20.39 22.04 23.69 25.35
August 5, 2013 C 14.05 15.74 17.42 19.11 20.80 22.48 24.16 25.86

WOW-00 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
August 5, 2010 $ 13.59 15.22 16.85 18.48 20.11 21.74 23.37 24.99
August 5, 2011 A 13.83 15.49 17.14 18.80 20.46 22.12 23.78 25.43
August 5, 2012 B 14.04 15.72 17.40 19.08 20.77 22.45 24.14 25.81
August 5, 2013 C 14.32 16.03 17.75 19.46 21.19 22.90 24.62 26.33

COI-00 - Hourly Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Effective Date (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)
August 5, 2010 $ 14.70 16.46 18.23 19.99 21.76 23.52 25.28 27.05
August 5, 2011 A 14.96 16.75 18.55 20.34 22.14 23.93 25.72 27.52
August 5, 2012 B 15.18 17.00 18.83 20.65 22.47 24.29 26.11 27.93
August 5, 2013 C 15.48 17.34 19.21 21.06 22.92 24.78 26.63 28.49

Annex B
Supervisory Differential

Supervisory Level Supervisory
Co-ordinates
Supervisory Differential as a
Percentage of Basic Rate
1 A1 4.0
2 B2 6.5
3 B3, C2 11.0
4 B4, C3, D2 15.0
5 B5, C4, D3, E2 19.0
6 B6, C5, D4, E3 22.5
7 B7, C6, D5, E4 26.0
8 C7, D6, E5 29.5
9 D7, E6 33.0
10 E7 36.5

The Supervisory Differential is to be used in the following manner:

**

  1. determine the non‑supervisory rate of pay according to level;
  2. determine the Supervisory Differential by multiplying the applicable Supervisory Differential Percentage by the non‑supervisory rate of pay;
  3. determine the supervisory rate of pay by adding the non‑supervisory rate of pay with the Supervisory Differential.

For example, an employee on August 5, 2011 in the MAM sub‑group, at the maximum of level 8 and a Supervisory Coordinate B2, would receive a basic rate of pay of twenty‑six dollars and twelve cents ($26.12) as per Annex A. The Supervisory Differential of one dollar and seventy cents ($1.70) is arrived by multiplying the Supervisory Differential Percentage of six decimal five per cent (6.5%) (B2) by the basic rate of pay (non‑supervisory). Therefore in this case the applicable supervisory rate of pay would be twenty‑seven dollars and eighty‑two cents ($27.82).


Annex C
Inmate Training Differential

Inmate Training
Co-ordinates
Inmate Training Differential as a
Percentage of Basic Rate
A1 4.0
A2 6.0
B1 7.0
B2 9.0
B3 11.0
C1 10.0
C2 12.0
C3 14.0
D1 13.0
D2 15.0
D3 17.0
E1 16.0
E2 18.0
E3 20.0

The Inmate Training Differential is to be used in the following manner:

**

  1. determine the non‑supervisory rate of pay according to level;
  2. determine the Inmate Training Differential by multiplying the applicable Inmate Training Differential Percentage by the non‑supervisory rate of pay;
  3. determine the inmate training rate of pay by adding the inmate training differential to the non‑supervisory rate of pay as set out in Annex A or to the supervisory rate of pay as set out in Annex B of the Agreement if applicable.

Inmate Training Differential as Applied to a Non‑Supervisory Rate

**

For example, an employee on August 5, 2011 in the MAM sub‑group, at the maximum of level 8 and a C2 Inmate Training Rating would receive a basic rate of pay (non‑supervisory) of twenty‑six dollars and twelve cents ($26.12) as per Annex A. The Inmate Training Differential of three dollars and thirteen cents ($3.13) is arrived by multiplying the Inmate Training Differential Percentage of twelve decimal zero per cent (12.0%) (C2) by the basic rate of pay (non‑supervisory). Therefore in this case the applicable rate of pay would be twenty‑nine dollars and twenty‑five cents ($29.25) for this particular employee.

Inmate Training Differential as Applied to a Supervisory Rate

**

For example, an employee on August 5, 2011 in the MAM sub‑group, at the maximum of level 8 with a Supervisory Coordinate B2 and a C2 Inmate training Rating would receive a basic rate of pay (non‑supervisory) of twenty‑six dollars and twelve cents ($26.12) as per Annex A. The Supervisory Differential is one dollar and seventy ($1.70) as set out in Annex B of the collective agreement. The Inmate Training Differential of three dollars and thirteen ($3.13) is arrived by multiplying the Inmate Training Differential Percentage of twelve decimal zero per cent (12.0%) (C2) by the basic rate of pay (non‑supervisory). Therefore in this case the applicable rate of pay would be thirty dollars and ninety‑five cents ($30.95) for this particular employee.


Annex D
Special Conditions Applicable
to Pasture Managers, Pasture Riders and Range Riders

The following special conditions shall apply to pasture managers, pasture riders and range riders employed by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.

  1. For full-time pasture managers, pasture riders and range riders:
    1. the following provisions of the Collective Agreement shall not apply:
      • Compensation for work on a holiday
      • Hours of Work and Overtime
      • Wash-up Time
      • Travelling Time
      • Travel Between Work Sites
      • Call-Back Pay
      • Standby
      • Reporting Pay
      • Shift Premiums;
    2. the hours of work shall be scheduled on an annual basis to average two thousand and eighty (2080) hours per year.
  2. Pasture riders and range riders who are employed on less than a full-time basis shall likewise be excluded from the same Agreement provisions as outlined in section 1(a) above, except as these exclusions are modified below:
    1. The Employer shall provide less than full-time pasture riders and range riders with work schedules showing the ten (10) normal working days within the customary two (2) week pay cycle. The schedules shall also show the four (4) days of rest to which each employee is entitled during such a two (2) week period. Such days of rest may be scheduled singly, or two (2), three (3) or four (4) days may be scheduled consecutively, during the two (2) week cycle, as the Employer may determine. However, agreement provisions respecting changes of hours of work schedules shall apply to these employees.
    2. In any two (2) week period, employees shall be paid eighty (80) hours' pay for any and all hours worked during their ten (10) scheduled days of work. Designated paid holidays shall be observed upon the day on which they fall and, if an employee is required to work on such a holiday, he shall receive extra compensation as outlined in section 2(c) below.
    3. All work performed on any of the employee's scheduled days of rest shall be paid for in accordance with the overtime provisions of the Agreement as they apply to work performed on such days. An employee shall receive pay at the rate of time and one-half (1 1/2) for all work performed on a designated paid holiday.
    1. Pasture managers, pasture riders and range riders shall receive a horse allowance of one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars ($1,250) per season, on a pro‑rated basis, subject to the conditions that may have been determined by the Employer.
    **
    1. Effective August 5, 2013, pasture managers, pasture riders and range riders shall receive a horse allowance of one thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars ($1,750) per season, on a pro‑rated basis, subject to the conditions that may have been determined by the Employer.

Annex E
Special Conditions Applicable to Lockmasters, Bridgemasters and Canalmen

The following special conditions shall be applicable to employees engaged as lockmasters, bridgemasters and canalmen employed in the operation of the Canso canal.

1. General

All the provisions of the Agreement shall apply except the following:

2. Compensation and Equalization of Earnings

2.1 An employee is entitled to receive straight-time compensation at the rate specified for the employee's classification level for all hours worked or for which the employee is granted authorized leave with pay, up to a maximum total of two thousand and eighty (2080) hours in any fiscal year.

2.2 In order to equalize earnings over the year, an employee shall be paid eighty (80) hours for each two (2) week period when the employee is at work, or on approved leave with pay, subject to such adjustments as may be necessary during the last three (3) months of the fiscal year. All hours worked which are in excess of eighty (80) in a two (2) week period, shall be credited to the employee's compensatory leave account.

3. Overtime Calculation at Fiscal Year-End

3.1 An employee is entitled to overtime compensation for each hour of completed work or fifteen (15) minute portion thereof.

3.2 All time worked which is in excess of two thousand and eighty (2080) hours in any fiscal year, shall be deemed to be overtime and shall be subject to compensation at either "time and one-half" (1 1/2 times the straight-time rate) or "double time" (twice the straight-time rate).

3.3 The overtime provisions of the Agreement shall be applied to each consecutive day actually worked in the fiscal year, commencing with the last day actually worked, in such fiscal year, and taking in turn each preceding day actually worked, until the applicable overtime premium has been applied to the full entitlement of overtime hours. For the purpose of determining the applicable premium rate only, Saturday and Sunday shall be deemed to be the first (1st) and second (2nd) day of rest respectively.

3.4 Compensation for overtime will be in the form of compensatory paid leave, except that any unliquidated compensatory leave remaining to an employee's credit on the fifteen (15th) of May in any year will be paid in cash.

4. Standby and Call Back

4.1 Where the Employer requires an employee to be available on standby during off-duty hours, such employee shall be compensated at the rate of one-half (1/2) hour for each four (4) hour period or part thereof for which the employee has been designated as being on standby duty.

4.2 An employee designated for standby duty shall be available during the employee's period of standby at a known telephone number, and be prepared to return to duty in the shortest possible time if called. No standby payment shall be made to an employee who is unable to report for duty when required.

4.3 An employee who is called back and reports for work, including an employee on standby who is called back and reports for work, shall be paid at the straight-time rate for each completed one (1) hour or fifteen (15) minute portion thereof, subject to a minimum of four (4) hours' pay at the straight-time rate. This minimum shall only apply to the first (1st) call-out during any standby period.

4.4 Compensation for periods of standby and call-back as described in 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3 above shall be in cash.

5. Maximum or Minimum Hours of Work

Nothing in this Appendix shall be construed to mean that employees are guaranteed any maximum or minimum hours of work.

6. Pro Rata Provisions

When an employee ceases to be employed, the employee or the employee's estate shall be entitled to the compensation provided under Section 3 above on a pro rata basis and paid in cash as of the employee's termination date. However, an employee whose employment is terminated by reason of a declaration that the position was abandoned by the employee is entitled to receive such compensation if requested by the employee within six (6) months following the date of termination of employment.

7. Canal Operating Employees will be granted compensation for all time worked on statutory holidays during the navigation season on the same scale as that granted to other GL employees according to clause 32.05.

Such time shall be added to the compensatory leave account to be liquidated during the non-navigation season.

8. During canal navigation season, Canal Operating Employees unable to work because of illness, will be granted sick leave for compensatory leave purposes from their accumulated sick leave credits on an hour-for-hour basis of extra time scheduled to be worked; such sick leave will be transferred from accumulated sick leave credits to accumulated compensatory leave credits and is not subject to expansion or cash payment.

9.1 Canal Operating Employees who have compensatory leave credits, will not be eligible for sick leave benefits during the non-navigation season except during periods when they are required to be on duty or are on annual leave.

9.2 During non-navigation season, Canal Operating Employees will liquidate annual leave only after compensatory leave credits are exhausted.

10. During the non-navigation season, Canal Operating Employees on training courses or who are employed in other than direct canal operating duties shall receive pay in accordance with this Appendix, except that such time shall not qualify as time worked for overtime calculation at fiscal year-end pursuant to clause 3 above.

11. Shift and Weekend Premiums

  1. Shift Premium
    • An employee working on shifts will receive a shift premium of two dollars ($2.00) per hour for all hours worked, including overtime hours, between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. The shift premium will not be paid for hours worked between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
  2. Weekend Premium
    • An employee working on shifts during the weekend will receive an additional premium of two dollars ($2.00) per hour for all hours worked, including overtime hours, on Saturday or Sunday.

Annex F
Special Conditions Applicable to
Certain Marine Services - Fisheries and Oceans Canada

  1. The following special conditions shall apply to employees in The Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Marine Services Division, who are engaged in servicing marine and/or other navigational aids and are thereby required to make a tour of duty aboard a vessel.
  2. The Employer recognizes the desirability of granting days of rest and designated paid holidays at such times and in such locations so as to provide such an employee the opportunity to enjoy the employee's days of rest and designated paid holidays at home, or if not at home, in a community which affords the employee a recreational outlet.
  3. The Employer therefore undertakes to grant days of rest and designated paid holidays to an employee under any one of the following alternative arrangements, as determined by the Employer, in which case Article 33, Payment for Travel Time, of the Collective Agreement shall not apply:
    1. at the employee's normal headquarters area.
      or
    2. at the employee's place of residence or the employee's normal headquarters area, when, in the opinion of the Employer an employee is within reasonable travelling distance therefrom.
      or
    3. in a community which, in the opinion of the Employer, provides adequate recreational facilities.
      or
    4. in any other community which might be agreeable to both the employee and the Employer.
      or
    5. when none of the above-noted alternatives apply, an employee, if so directed by the Employer, shall work on the employee's day of rest or designated paid holiday at the applicable overtime or premium rate, with a minimum of four (4) hours at such rate, or, if the employee does not work, the employee shall receive four (4) hours' pay at straight time for the day.

Annex G
Diving Duty Allowance

Qualified personnel performing assigned diving duties shall be paid an extra allowance set forth below:

Minimum allowance per dive

Diving time is that period during which an employee is equipped with diving gear to the extent that the employee is unable to perform other than diving duties.

A dive is the total of any period or periods of time during any eight (8) hour period in which an employee carries out required underwater work with the aid of a self-contained or surface air supply.

Note:

The allowance is used to compensate employees who are required to perform diving duties, either hard hat or scuba, on a part-time or occasional basis in order to compensate such employees for the skill, knowledge, specific vocational training, effort and responsibility required in the performance of diving duties and for the working conditions encountered in such duties.


Annex H
Special Conditions Applicable to Employees
in Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Engaged in Milking Operations

The following conditions shall apply to employees of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada engaged in milking operations.

  1. Hours of Work and Overtime
    As provided in this Annex:
    1. Hours of work for employees subject to this Memorandum of Agreement shall be scheduled so that employees work an average of forty (40) hours per week scheduled over a period not exceeding two (2) months.
    2. Overtime shall be compensated in cash except where, upon request of an employee and with the approval of the Employer, overtime may be compensated in equivalent time off with pay.
    The Employer shall grant compensatory time off at times convenient to both the employee and the Employer
    Compensatory time off with pay not taken by the end of the fiscal year will be paid for in cash.
  2. Any change in the pattern of work shall be subject to the conditions of clause 25.04 of the Collective Agreement.
  3. The provisions of this Annex may be extended to cover other work areas following consultation and mutual agreement between the Agriculture Union of the Public Service Alliance of Canada and departmental management.

Annex I
Special Conditions Applicable to Employees of the Department of Fisheries and Oceans
Sea Lamprey Control Unit

Notwithstanding the provisions of this Agreement and Clause 2, Hours of Work and Overtime of this Appendix, the following conditions shall apply during such periods as employees of the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Sea Lamprey Control Unit, are required to perform work away from their headquarters area during the "field season" with the result that it is impractical or impossible for them to return to their headquarters area on weekends:

  1. Representatives of local management and duly authorised local representatives of employees, may jointly devise and decide on a mutually acceptable work schedule program which shall include a specified number of consecutive calendar days of work in the field followed by a specified number of earned days of rest and compensatory leave earned during the period of field duty. The schedule will not contain the specific hours of work on each day and the starting and quitting time shall be determined according to operational requirements on a daily basis, except that the normal daily hours of work shall be consecutive with the exception of a lunch break, and not in excess of eight (8) hours and, accordingly, clause 2.04 of this Appendix shall not apply.
  2. Such a work schedule shall normally not exceed a combination of twenty (20) consecutive calendar days of work and eight (8) days of rest. Should local management decide that operational requirements require an extension of the twenty (20) calendar days of work (up to a maximum of a further seven (7) consecutive calendar days), in order to preclude another trip to the area, the appropriate number of additional consecutive days shall be worked and the days of rest and compensatory leave extended as required.
  3. Overtime shall be compensated in accordance with 29.06 and 29.07 of the collective agreement and shall be taken as compensatory leave immediately following the period in the field or at the discretion of the employer.
  4. The Public Service Alliance of Canada agrees that it will not support any grievance related to the provisions of this Annex.

Annex J
Special Conditions Applicable to Employees of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Engaged in Harvesting Operations

The parties agree that the principle of flexibility of hours of operation is desirable due to the special requirements inherent in harvesting. As a result, the following special conditions shall apply to employees of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada engaged in Harvesting Operations at all departmental locations in Canada:

  1. The conditions of paragraphs 29.08(a), (b), and (c) and paragraph 2.07(b) of this Appendix shall not apply.
  2. Compensatory leave credits will be earned at the applicable premium rate for all hours worked beyond eight (8) hours in a regular work day. Subject to operational requirements, compensatory leave with pay shall be granted at times convenient to both the employee and the Employer.
  3. So as to prevent excessive accumulation of compensatory leave, the amount of leave accumulated will be reviewed two (2) times per annum (January and July) and employees will be encouraged to liquidate the leave in the six-month period in which it is earned.
  4. All compensatory leave credits should be liquidated in the fiscal year in which they are earned.
  5. If, due to operational requirements, leave cannot be liquidated in the fiscal year in which it was earned, at a time convenient to both the employee and the Employer, unused compensatory leave credits may be paid off in cash at the end of the fiscal year.
  6. Only in exceptional circumstances, and with the agreement of management, will compensatory leave credits not used by the end of the fiscal year be carried over into the following fiscal year.
  7. The provisions of this Annex may be extended to cover other works areas following consultation and mutual agreement between the Agriculture Union of the Public Service Alliance of Canada and departmental management.

Annex K
Memorandum of Agreement
Between
the Treasury Board
(Hereinafter Called the Employer)
and
the Public Service Alliance of Canada
(Hereinafter Called the Alliance)
in Respect of an Off Pay Supplemental
Unemployment Benefit (Sub) Plan
Applicable to Employees Classified as
General Labour and Trades (GL)
at the Canadian Grain Commission

  1. SUB Plan benefits shall be payable to a full-time indeterminate employee on off-pay status as a result of a temporary stoppage in work, in the amount and subject to the conditions set out in this Plan, Seasonal employees as defined in the Employer's Terms and Conditions of Employment policy are not eligible for SUB Plan benefits.
  2. In order to be eligible for SUB Plan benefits an employee must have completed a minimum of two (2) years of continuous employment with the Employer at the time they are placed on off-pay status.
  3. SUB Plan benefits will be payable only to those employees on off-pay status who provide the Employer with proof that he or she has applied for and is in receipt of Employment Insurance (EI) benefits pursuant to Section 12(2) of the Employment Insurance Act in respect of insurable employment with the Employer.
  4. An employee shall not be entitled to SUB Plan benefits during any period the employee is in receipt of benefits from a claim for Workers Compensation and/or Disability Insurance/Canada Pension Plan/Québec Pension Plan.
  5. An employee on off-pay status who is eligible for benefits under this SUB plan shall receive seventy per cent (70%) of their regular weekly rate of pay per week of off-pay status, or one-fifth (1/5) of the said seventy per cent (70%) of their regular weekly rate of pay for each day, less the gross weekly amount received from EI during the benefit period and subject to the following maximums:
    • After two (2) years of continuous employment - fifteen (15) weeks
    • After six (6) years of continuous employment - seventeen (17) weeks
    • After seven (7) years of continuous employment - nineteen (19) weeks
    • After eight (8) years of continuous employment - twenty-one (21) weeks
    • After nine (9) years of continuous employment - twenty-three (23) weeks
    • After ten (10) years of continuous employment - twenty-five (25) weeks
    • After eleven (11) years of continuous employment - twenty-seven (27) weeks
    • After twelve (12) years of continuous employment - twenty-nine (29) weeks
    • After thirteen (13) years of continuous employment - thirty-one (31) weeks
    • After fourteen (14) years of continuous employment - thirty-three (33) weeks
    • After fifteen (15) years or more of continuous employment - thirty-five (35) weeks
    • No employee shall be paid SUB Plan benefits for more than thirty-five (35) weeks in a calendar year.
  6. Where the employee is subject to the two-(2) week waiting period before receiving EI benefits, the employee on off-pay status who is eligible for benefits under the SUB Plan shall receive thirty-five per cent (35%) of their regular weekly rate of pay.
  7. The SUB plan benefits are limited to those provided in paragraph (5) and an employee will not be reimbursed for any amount that he or she is required to repay pursuant to the Employment Insurance Act.
  8. At the employee's request, the payment referred to in paragraph (6) will be estimated and advanced to the employee. Adjustments will be made once the employee provides proof of receipt of EI benefits.
  9. The weekly rate of pay referred to in paragraphs (5) and (6) shall be:
    1. the employee's weekly rate of pay for the substantive level to which she or he is appointed, on the day immediately preceding the commencement of off-pay status;
      or
    2. if on the day immediately preceding the commencement of off-pay status an employee has been performing an acting assignment for at least four (4) months, the weekly rate shall be the rate the employee was being paid on that day.
  10. Where an employee becomes eligible for a pay increment or pay revision while on off-pay status, the benefits provided by the SUB plan shall be adjusted accordingly.
  11. An employee covered by this Memorandum is not subject to the WFA Appendix I, sections dealing with Notice of Lay-off and Reasonable Job Offer or the Severance Pay Article of the Collective Agreement.
  12. Payments made under this SUB Plan will neither reduce nor increase an employee's severance pay or be treated as additional income for pension purposes.
  13. The Employer shall notify employees on off pay status of any job postings for positions within the Canadian Grain Commission.

This does not prejudice the union's ability to challenge off pay status or the Employer's ability to impose off pay status.


Annex L
Memorandum of Understanding
Concerning Employees in the
Operational Services Bargaining Unit Covered by Appendix B (Group Specific Provisions - General Labour and Trades) Employed
by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans
at a Fish Hatchery

  1. Effective the date of signing of the collective agreement, the undersigned agree that employees employed by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans at a Fish Hatchery who are required to be on standby status at a Fish Hatchery instead of their residences for the purpose of carrying out duties related to emergency service shall not be entitled to be paid in accordance with Article 31, Standby, in this collective agreement.
  2. In lieu, it is agreed that employees employed by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans at a Fish Hatchery to which paragraph 1 refers will receive the following compensation for standby status:

2.01

  1. four (4) hours pay at the employee's regular straight-time rate of pay, for each eight (8) consecutive hours or portion thereof that the employee is designated as being on standby status at a Fish Hatchery;
  2. overnight bachelor bunk house accommodation will be provided by the Employer at no cost to the employee;
  3. supper and breakfast will be provided by the Employer at no cost to the employee.

2.02

An employee designated by letter or list for standby status at a Fish Hatchery shall be immediately available at the Fish Hatchery during the period designated as the standby period. In designating employees for standby status, the Employer will endeavour to provide for an equitable distribution of such duties.

2.03

This payment shall apply only once within each eight (8) hour period that the employee has been designated for standby status.

2.04

No standby payment shall be granted if an employee is unable to report for duty when required.

2.05

An employee on standby who is called in to work and who reports for work immediately shall be compensated in accordance with the call-back provisions of this agreement.

  1. The overtime provisions of Article 29 and the provisions of Article 27, Shift Premiums, do not apply during those periods an employee is on standby status at a Fish Hatchery.
  2. The Public Service Alliance of Canada agrees it will not support any grievance arising out of this collective agreement whose provisions are amended by this Memorandum of Understanding.
  3. It is expressly understood that the terms of this memorandum are intended to allow for the particular circumstances of the Fish Hatcheries. Neither party to this memorandum shall rely on this initiative as a precedent to justify similar arrangements for other units or in any other location of the Department of Fisheries and Oceans during the lifetime of this memorandum.
  4. This memorandum does not apply to employees employed by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans at a Fish Hatchery residing on site at a Fish Hatchery.

Annex M
Apprenticeship Program

1.01 For the purpose of this annex, "Apprenticeship Program" means a training and development program aimed at achieving a Red Seal certification or, where there is no Red Seal, provincial or territorial certification, another governing body or government agency certificate of qualifications.

1.02 The Employer and the Alliance recognize the value of an Apprenticeship program for the purposes of recruitment as well as the development of skills.

1.03 The Employer reserves the right to determine when an Apprenticeship program will be used.

1.04 Subject to management pre-approval, the Employer shall provide the employee with the required materials and bear necessary costs related to the program.

1.05 Employees hired as Apprentices shall be paid in accordance with established rates of pay for the duration of the program.

1.06 An employee whose rate of pay prior to entering the apprenticeship program was greater than the appropriate apprentice rate of pay but less than the anticipated rate of pay upon completion of the apprenticeship program, shall retain his or her current rate of pay until such time as it is matched or exceeded by the apprentice rate of pay.




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