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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I & J Mitchell Logging & Consulting Ltd.
Union File Term Duration Industry
USW 1-1937

WUI18 (3 MB)

2007-06-15 to 2010-06-14 3 years
  • Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting
J & L Beef Ltd.
Union File Term Duration Industry
UFCW 1518

WXP14 (521 KB)

2014-09-01 to 2019-08-31 5 years
  • Manufacturing
LJ Christmas Manor (Burquitlam Seniors Housing Society)
Union File Term Duration Industry
BCGEU

WJH2 (327 KB)

1999-04-01 to 2002-03-31 3 years N/A
BCGEU

WQJ7 (297 KB)

2002-04-01 to 2005-03-31 3 years N/A
BCGEU

WWW25 (762 KB)

2015-04-01 to 2020-04-01 5 years N/A
One Pop Films Inc. (The J Team)
Union File Term Duration Industry
BC Council of Film Unions

WYK40 (87 KB)

2020-12-15 N/A
  • Information and cultural industries
Triple J (2019) Inc. (Fabrication)
Union File Term Duration Industry
Construction and Allied Workers' Union, CLAC Local 68

WXN1 (1 MB)

2019-04-28 to 2022-04-01 2 years, 11 months N/A
Triple J (2019) Inc. (Gathering System)
Union File Term Duration Industry
Construction and Allied Workers' Union, CLAC Local 68

WXM40 (1 MB)

2019-04-28 to 2022-04-01 2 years, 11 months N/A


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