Preliminary Motion, Admissibility, Evidence, Collective Agreement, Discriminatory Demotion, Reinstatement, Dismissal
Preliminary motion relating to admissibility of evidence.
On October 13, and 14, 1977, Brian Risdon filed grievances under the collective agreement between the parties. In the first he alleged that he had been discriminatorily demoted and sought reinstatement to his former position without loss of salary, seniority or benefits. In the second he alleged that he had been dismissed without reasonable cause and disciplined twice for the same alleged conduct and sought reinstatement without loss of benefits, wages or seniority and to have the alleged incident stricken from his record. Both grievances were finally denied by letters of January 30, 1978, signed by R. S. W. Rae, director of labour relations for the city.
Re Corporation of the City of Toronto and Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 79 (1978), 19 LAC (2d) 388, 1978 CanLII 3402 (Ont LA) (Arbitrators: I Christie, M Tate, BMW Paulin).