C-27 - Labour Code

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111.0.24. In a public service contemplated by a decision rendered under section 111.0.17, the Tribunal may suspend the exercise of the right to strike if of the opinion that the essential services provided for or actually rendered where a strike is apprehended or in progress are insufficient and that this endangers public health or safety.
The suspension has effect from the date the decision is notified to the parties and until it is shown to the satisfaction of the Tribunal that, should the right to strike be exercised, sufficient essential services will be maintained in that public service.
1982, c. 37, s. 6; 2019, c. 202019, c. 20, s. 9.
111.0.24. In a public service contemplated by an order made under section 111.0.17, the Government, on the recommendation of the Minister, may, by order, suspend the right to strike if it is of opinion that the essential services provided for or actually rendered where a strike is apprehended or in progress are insufficient and that it endangers the public health or public safety.
The suspension has effect until proof is made to the satisfaction of the Government that where the right to strike is exercised, essential services will be sufficiently maintained in that public service.
Every order made under the first paragraph comes into force on the day it is made or on any later date indicated therein. It must be published in the Gazette officielle du Québec and in a newspaper circulated in the region where the public service concerned is provided.
1982, c. 37, s. 6.