Re Air Nova and CALPA

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Arbitration Decision

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Employee Grievance, Collective Agreement, Termination, Check Ride Tests, Airline, Pilot, Dismissal, Incompentence


Employee grievance alleging breach of the Collective Agreement between the parties effective January 1, 1990 to December 31, 1992, which counsel agreed was the applicable collective agreement, and in particular of Articles 14-2 and 29-1, in that the Grievor's employment was terminated without affording him the opportunity of doing two check ride tests or, alternatively, without just cause. At the hearing and in his written submission the remedy sought by counsel for the Union and the Grievor was a new check ride by the Transport Canada and the Employer.


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