City Of Edmonton Police Collective Agreement
Council member Andrew Knack said he did not expect these colonies, like the AUPE last August, to have an impact on urban conversations. Knack also expressed doubts about what has been resolved with the police and fires that will affect the four other major citizens` unions that represent within (CSU-52) and external workers (CUPE Local 30), Transit (ATU-569) and electrical workers (IBEW-1007). “Yes, it`s probably somewhere in this area,” he said in a telephone interview. “If you look at the province as a whole and you look at the economic situation, if the city wanted to give me a few threesomes, I wouldn`t say no, but I certainly don`t expect it to be the numbers.” The City confirmed that it had entered into collective agreements with a couple of its unions. The Edmonton Police Association has a three-year contract for the end of 2018-20, while the Edmonton Fire Fighters` Union has a retroactive contract for 2017 and 2018. “Right now, we are working with the firefighters` union on the terms of a new collective agreement,” citizen services spokeswoman Suzette Mellado said in a statement confirming the contracts in 2017 and 2018. However, conditions have not been announced, sources told Global News the wage increases in the firefighters` agreement are in the two per per cent to three per cent range each year, while increases or police are in the 1.5 per cent ballpark each year with additional benefits. “The province has agreements for 2017 and 2018, and many of our agreements are working on 2019 and beyond.” A collective agreement has been ratified. The city continues to implement. July 31, 2020 COVID-19 Update An updated letter of reflection on temporary layoffs was obtained between the City of Edmonton (the “City”) and the Canadian Union of Local Employees 30; Civic Services Union 52; International Brotherhood of Electrified Workers 1007; Edmonton Fire Fighters Union; Amalgamated Transit Union Local 569 and Amalgamated Transit Union Local 569, DATS Unit (together the “Unions”). CUPE 30`s approval is provisional and subject to internal review and approval, which will be completed on August 5. The March 2020 redeployment letter has expired and has not been verified due to the slowdown in redeployment requirements.
The city and the unions agreed that the terms of employment of new employees would not change. See below: (From December 2018), Edmonton City Councillors have decided to increase property taxes by 2.6% per year over the next four years.