Collective Agreements

Within 30 days after executing a first or renewal collective agreement or any ancillary documents, the union and employer must file a copy of it with the Labour Relations Board. If the collective agreement or ancillary document is not filed, it may result in the Board declining to consider it in a Labour Relations Code proceeding.

Search collective agreements filed with the Labour Relations Board or scroll through the list below. You can search by employer name, union name, or industry.

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When filing the agreement, please indicate the name of the parties, the in-force dates of the collective agreement, and the industry.

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Hotel, Restaurant, & Culinary Employees & Bartenders Union, Local 40
Employer File Term Duration Industries
Hospitality Industrial Relations

WSM16 (296 KB)

2002-06-01 to 2006-05-31 4 years
  • Accommodation and food services
Hospitality Industrial Relations

WEB1 (405 KB)

1999-06-01 to 2002-05-31 3 years
  • Accommodation and food services
Meadow Gardens Golf Course

WRN4 (257 KB)

2004-01-01 to 2007-12-31 4 years
  • Arts, entertainment and recreation
Royal Canadian Legion (Branch 109)

WPX2 (122 KB)

2003-03-06 to 2005-03-05 2 years N/A
Aramark Entertainment Services (Canada) Ltd.

WLV1 (226 KB)

2001-12-11 to 2004-12-10 3 years N/A
Clover Inn

WPU13 (1 MB)

2002-06-01 to 2006-05-31 4 years
  • Accommodation and food services
Connaught Motor Inn

WPV1 (219 KB)

2002-09-01 to 2006-08-31 4 years N/A
Fireside Pub

WPV13 (254 KB)

2003-01-01 to 2006-12-31 4 years
  • Accommodation and food services
Goldcap Restaurant

WPV16 (166 KB)

2002-05-01 to 2005-04-30 3 years
  • Accommodation and food services


This page was last updated: 2021-05-14

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