Employee Grievance, Unjust Discharge, Collective Agreement, Medical Reasons, Notice, Termination, National Harbour Police
Employee Grievance alleging unjust discharge.
Employee grievance alleging breach of a collective agreement between the parties dated August 15, 1973, in that the grievor was discharged without just cause because the "medical reasons" for his discharge are not supported by the evidence. At the hearing it was also argued on behalf of the grievor, that his grievance should be allowed because he did not receive fair notice of the grounds upon which his employment was terminated. The grievor requests that he be reinstated in his position as constable with the National Harbour Police, with full pay and benefits retroactive to the date of his release. He further requests that all reference to this action be purged from the National Harbours Board's and Government's files.
Re National Harbours Board and Public Service Alliance of Canada (1974), 7 LAC (2d) 1, 1974 CanLII 2395 (NSLA) (Arbitrators: I Christie, C Butler, JD Merrigan).