C-27 - Labour Code

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111.0.17. On the recommendation of the Minister, the Government, if of the opinion that a strike in a public service might endanger the public health or public safety, may, by order, require an employer and a certified association in that public service to maintain essential service in the event of a strike.
The order comes into force on the date it is made or on any later date indicated therein and has effect until the filing of a collective agreement or of another document in lieu thereof. It may be made at any time prior to such filing. The order must be published in the Gazette officielle du Québec and the Tribunal shall inform the parties thereof.
From the date indicated therein, the order suspends the exercise of the right to strike until the certified association concerned meets the requirements of sections 111.0.18 and 111.0.23.
1982, c. 37, s. 6; 1984, c. 45, s. 7; 1990, c. 69, s. 4; 2011, c. 16, s. 132; 2015, c. 15, s. 237.
111.0.17. On the recommendation of the Minister, the Government, if of the opinion that a strike in a public service might endanger the public health or public safety, may, by order, require an employer and a certified association in that public service to maintain essential service in the event of a strike.
The order comes into force on the date it is made or on any later date indicated therein and has effect until the filing of a collective agreement or of another document in lieu thereof. It may be made at any time prior to such filing. The order must be published in the Gazette officielle du Québec and the Commission shall inform the parties thereof.
From the date indicated therein, the order suspends the exercise of the right to strike until the certified association concerned meets the requirements of sections 111.0.18 and 111.0.23.
1982, c. 37, s. 6; 1984, c. 45, s. 7; 1990, c. 69, s. 4; 2011, c. 16, s. 132.
111.0.17. On the recommendation of the Minister, the Government, if of the opinion that a strike in a public service might endanger the public health or public safety, may, by order, require an employer and a certified association in that public service to maintain essential service in the event of a strike.
The order comes into force on the date it is made or on any later date indicated therein and has effect until the filing of a collective agreement or of another document in lieu thereof. It may be made at any time prior to such filing. The order must be published in the Gazette officielle du Québec and the council shall inform the parties thereof.
From the date indicated therein, the order suspends the exercise of the right to strike until the certified association concerned meets the requirements of sections 111.0.18 and 111.0.23.
1982, c. 37, s. 6; 1984, c. 45, s. 7; 1990, c. 69, s. 4.
111.0.17. On the recommendation of the Minister, the Government, if of the opinion that a strike in a public service might endanger the public health or public safety, may, by order, require an employer and a certified association in that public service to maintain essential service in the event of a strike.
The order comes into force on the date it is made or on any later date indicated therein and has effect until the filing of a collective agreement or of another document in lieu thereof. It must be made not later than fifteen days before the certified association concerned acquires the right to strike. The order must be published in the Gazette officielle du Québec and the council shall inform the parties thereof.
1982, c. 37, s. 6; 1984, c. 45, s. 7.
111.0.17. On the recommendation of the Minister, the Government, if of the opinion that a strike in a public service might endanger the public health or public safety, may, by order, require an employer and a certified association in that public service to maintain essential service in the event of a strike.
The order comes into force on the date it is made or on any later date indicated therein and has effect until the filing of a collective agreement or of another document in lieu thereof. It must be made not later than fifteen days before the certified association concerned acquires the right to strike. The order must be published in the Gazette officielle du Québec and in a newspaper circulated in the region where that public service is provided.
1982, c. 37, s. 6.