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4 months ago
Canada news

Ontario has to pay public sector workers $6B and counting in Bill 124 compensation | CBC News

Ontario faces over $6 billion in payments to public sector workers due to Bill 124 being found unconstitutional.
Arbitrators have been awarding retroactive pay increases above the one per cent cap, leading to larger costs for the government. [ more ]
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5 months ago
Law

Ontario repeals Bill 124, wage restraint law twice found unconstitutional | CBC News

Ontario's wage-restraint law, Bill 124, twice declared unconstitutional, is now repealed.
The law, capping salary increases at 1% for public sector workers, sparked a health-care staffing crisis and violated collective bargaining rights. [ more ]
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5 months ago
Law

Measures like wage restraint should be up to governments, not the courts, Ford says | CBC News

Ontario Premier Doug Ford has agreed to repeal a law imposing wage restraint on public sector workers after an Appeal Court ruling declared it unconstitutional.
Ford believes that measures like this should be decided by governments, not the courts, but he respects the ruling. [ more ]
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5 months ago
Law

Ontario Appeal Court set to rule on constitutionality of wage restraint law Bill 124 | CBC News

Ontario's top court will rule on the constitutionality of a law limiting raises for public sector workers.
The law, known as Bill 124, sparked outrage and was found unconstitutional by the Ontario Superior Court.
Arbitrators have awarded retroactive pay to workers affected by the law, straining budgets of hospitals. [ more ]
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5 months ago
Canada news

Ontario teachers awarded additional pay to compensate for Bill 124 | CBC News

Public high school teachers and elementary teachers in Ontario will receive additional retroactive salary increases to compensate for constrained wages under Bill 124.
The arbitrator has awarded an additional 2.75% salary increase for the third year, on top of the 0.75% increase in each of the first two years.
The Ontario court has declared Bill 124 unconstitutional, but the government has appealed and a ruling is expected on Monday. [ more ]
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5 months ago
Law

Court of Appeal for Ontario set to release Bill 124 ruling on Monday | CBC News

Ontario's Appeal Court is set to release its ruling on wage restraint law Bill 124 on Monday.
The law capped salary increases for public sector workers to one percent a year for three years.
Labour groups and unions challenged the law, which was found unconstitutional by the Ontario Superior Court. The government appealed the decision. [ more ]
www.cbc.ca
4 months ago
Canada news

Ontario has to pay public sector workers $6B and counting in Bill 124 compensation | CBC News

Ontario faces over $6 billion in payments to public sector workers due to Bill 124 being found unconstitutional.
Arbitrators have been awarding retroactive pay increases above the one per cent cap, leading to larger costs for the government. [ more ]
www.cbc.ca
5 months ago
Law

Ontario repeals Bill 124, wage restraint law twice found unconstitutional | CBC News

Ontario's wage-restraint law, Bill 124, twice declared unconstitutional, is now repealed.
The law, capping salary increases at 1% for public sector workers, sparked a health-care staffing crisis and violated collective bargaining rights. [ more ]
www.cbc.ca
5 months ago
Law

Measures like wage restraint should be up to governments, not the courts, Ford says | CBC News

Ontario Premier Doug Ford has agreed to repeal a law imposing wage restraint on public sector workers after an Appeal Court ruling declared it unconstitutional.
Ford believes that measures like this should be decided by governments, not the courts, but he respects the ruling. [ more ]
www.cbc.ca
5 months ago
Law

Ontario Appeal Court set to rule on constitutionality of wage restraint law Bill 124 | CBC News

Ontario's top court will rule on the constitutionality of a law limiting raises for public sector workers.
The law, known as Bill 124, sparked outrage and was found unconstitutional by the Ontario Superior Court.
Arbitrators have awarded retroactive pay to workers affected by the law, straining budgets of hospitals. [ more ]
www.cbc.ca
5 months ago
Canada news

Ontario teachers awarded additional pay to compensate for Bill 124 | CBC News

Public high school teachers and elementary teachers in Ontario will receive additional retroactive salary increases to compensate for constrained wages under Bill 124.
The arbitrator has awarded an additional 2.75% salary increase for the third year, on top of the 0.75% increase in each of the first two years.
The Ontario court has declared Bill 124 unconstitutional, but the government has appealed and a ruling is expected on Monday. [ more ]
www.cbc.ca
5 months ago
Law

Court of Appeal for Ontario set to release Bill 124 ruling on Monday | CBC News

Ontario's Appeal Court is set to release its ruling on wage restraint law Bill 124 on Monday.
The law capped salary increases for public sector workers to one percent a year for three years.
Labour groups and unions challenged the law, which was found unconstitutional by the Ontario Superior Court. The government appealed the decision. [ more ]
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8 months ago
Canada news

Some Ontario education workers getting retroactive salary bumps as remedy to Bill 124, union says | CBC News

55,000 Ontario education workers will receive retroactive salary increases as a result of an agreement with the province.
The deal compensates workers for constrained wages under Bill 124 and includes wage increases for 2021-2022 and increased wage rates in future collective agreements.
Bill 124, which capped salary increases for public sector workers, has been declared unconstitutional by an Ontario court. [ more ]
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