These are not considered “legal” copies of contracts/agreements. If you need additional information or a signed copy, send an email or call Labour Relations at 403-268-2236. Firefighters in the city of Leduc have negotiated annual increases of 2 to 2.25 percent in a retroactive agreement that will be reached at the end of 2020. Elected officials also did not comment, although Mayor Ted Clugston said a tough stance by the province, which is calling for a wage freeze, with its public sector employees could hurt the local bargaining environment. The development of discussions at the local post-convention institution is also included in the October negotiations update. Contract expires 2021 January 3 Fleet Services Integration Agreement Tool List 2018-2021 Contracts with five bargaining units will begin in earnors in the new year. All five will end on 31 December 2019 for general communal workers (represented by CUPE Local No. 46), firefighters (IAFF No. 263), the Medicine Hat Police Association and two units of electrical workers (IBEW No. 254).
As a rule, municipal officials do not comment on the status or bargaining position it occupies with the unions representing the respective parts of the staff of 1100 people. This contract year marked the beginning of a new budget to combine cost savings and control with new taxes, royalties and other revenues to replace natural gas dividends over a ten-year period. The City of Calgary and one of the province`s largest fire units have agreed to a one-year wage freeze for 2018 as part of a two-year contract that includes a 1.5 per cent increase in 2019. Alberta Labour expects inflation of about 1.6 per cent in 2019. It also calls for $1.6 million in cost-saving measures, referred to as cost reductions, and a $1.8 million target to be saved through “innovation” in terms of service delivery. The current budget does not specifically describe compensation expectations, such as the 2017-18 budget, except to say that it plans to add $8 million in inflationary rising pay slips over the entire four-year period. . . .