118. The Commission may, in particular,
(1) summarily reject any motion, application, complaint or procedure it considers to be improper or dilatory;
(2) refuse to rule on the merits of a complaint where it considers that the complaint may be settled by an arbitration award disposing of a grievance, except in the case of a complaint referred to in section 16 of that Code or in sections 123 and 123.1 of the Act respecting labour standards (chapter N-1.1) or a complaint filed under another Act;
(3) make any order, including a provisional order, it considers appropriate to safeguard the rights of the parties;
(4) determine any question of law or fact necessary for the exercise of its jurisdiction;
(5) confirm, modify or quash the contested decision or order and, if appropriate, render the decision or order which, in its opinion, should have been rendered or made initially;
(6) render any decision it considers appropriate;
(7) ratify a conciliation agreement, if in conformity with the law.