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Agreements between Northern Dock & Warehouse Co. Ltd. & Canadian Merchant Service Guild, between Northland… Canadian Pacific Railway. British Columbia Coast Steamship Service 1978

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 AGREEMENT
BETWEEN:
AMD:
NORTHERN DOCK & WAREHOUSE CO. LTD.
(hereinafter called the "Company")
CANADIAN MERCHANT SERVICE GUILD
(hereinafter called the "Guild")
The Agreement between the Council of Marine Carriers and the
Canadian Jferchant Service Guild shall form this Agreement except those
Parts, Clauses or Sections which have been deleted cr changed to cover
specific considerations applicable to the M.V. "Squaraish Warrior" or
any other vessels mutually agreed upon by the Company and the Guild.
PREAMBLE:
For the purposes of this Agreement the "Company" shall moan
Northern Dock & Warehouse Co. Ltd."
PART I - GENERAL
,01.  RECOSJITION:
(c) Where a vessel covered by this Agreement is sold to a Coapany
or to an individual, satisfactory proof of such sale shall be provided to the Guild.
■ •12      0RIE7AHCE PROCEDURE:
(1) Disputes and appeals concerning the interpretation, application, operation or alleged violation of this Agreement shall be
resolved according to the procedure herein contained.
(2) If an Officer is suspended or discharged for any resson, or
if an employee is laid off and later not rehired, the dispute naf
constitute a Grievance to he settled pursuant to the provisions
of this Clause. PAGE 2
(3) The Guild shall take the matter up Tilth the Officers of the
Company and endeavour to reach a satisfactory solution within
ten (10) days.
(h)    If a mutually satisfactory solution is not reached within
ten (10) days, either party shall have the right to notify the
other in -writing that it has closed discussions and has initiated
Arbitration Procedure and shall advise the point or points in
dispute which will be submitted to the Arbitrator.
(5) The party receiving such notice shall, within five (5>) days,
confirm receipt of the notice to arbitrate noting any disagreement
respecting the particulars as set forth by the party initiating
such procedure.
(6) The parties shall then confer and shall within five (5) days
choose a single Arbitrator. If the parties are unable to choose
the Arbitrator within five (52) days, either party siiay ask the
Canadian Minister of Labour to name the Arbitrator, sending the
Minister a copy of this grievance procedure and the other Party
a copy of the request.
(7) The Arbitrator being thus established, shall sit, hear the
parties and make his Award within ten (10) days from the date of
the appointment of the Arbitrator. The Arbitrator shall not be
authorized to make any decision which will alter., modify or amend
any part of this Agreement.
(8) The Arbitrator, if the case concerns suspension or dismissals, shall have the right to order reinstatement with all rights,
benefits and privileges previously enjoyed together with such
compensation as the Arbitrator deens just and proper. The
Arbitrator shall not assess compensation in excess of the total
wages lost, less Kales earned during the period of suspension
or dismissal.
(9) The Arbitrator shall deliver his Award in writing to each
party concerned and such Award shall be final and binding on
both partj.es and they shall carry it out forthwith.
(10) Each party hereto shall respectively asstnas any expense in
connection with the attendance at the sittings of the Arbitration.
Any expense in connection with the appointment of the Arbitrator
or his activities, shall be equally divided between the parties.
(11) Any time limits contained in this Clause may be extended at
any time by mutual consent of the parties. PAGE 3
1-16  STATUTORY HOLIDAYS;
Statutory Holidays shall be those provided by the Guild - Council
of Marine Carriers Agreement.
Payment for Statutory Holidays shall be as follows:
For each Statutory Holiday worked or not worked an Officer shall
be paid 1.2lt days' pay and allowed to accumulate one day's leave
which may be taken in conjunction with his Annual Vacation.
1.17  LEAVE (LAY DAYS):
Not applicable.
1.25  RATES OF PAY:
Rates of pay of "Squamish Warrior" shall be that of a Group IV
tug and will increase in accordance with any future rates agreed
to by the Guild and Council of Marine Carriers.
PART II - CONTINUOUS OPERATING VESSELS
Not applicable.
PART III - SHIFT TUGS
3.01 Sections (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (g), (h) not applicable.
(i) When an Officer on a shift tug is reouired to work from a
regular shift into overtime a minimum rest period of not less
than eight (8) consecutive hours free of the vessel shall he
allowed before he returns to work.
(j) Subsistence allowance shall be paid except where the
Officers elect to have subsistence provided by the Company as
required.
(n) Not applicable.
3.02 Not applicable.
3.03 Not applicable. PAGE h
PART IV - FAST WATER VESSELS/WATER TAXIS AND CRUISE VESSELS
Not applicable.
PART V
5.01 Not applicable.
5.02 Not applicable.
5.03 TERMINATION:
This Agreement shall be effective from March 1, 1977 and shall
remain in effect until February 28, 1978 and thereafter from
year to year subject to four (It) months' notice in writing of
desire to revise, amend or terminate same.
5.Oli  Not applicable.
MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
1.
2.
3.
The Company shall provide meals and first-class accommodation
when layover in Kemano is required.
Two (2) consecutive days (forty-eight (1&8) hours) shall be
allowed off in each seven (7) day period. If an Officer is
called on to work on any of these days, overtime rates shall h;
paid and an alternate day off allowed.
The vessel shall be single-crewed and may vary starting times as
required. Overtime shall, be paid for all hours worked in excess
of twelve (12) hours.
NORTHERN DOCK & WAREHOUSE CO. LTD.
CANADIAN MERCHANT SERVICE GUILD
Date *
[
LETTER OF AGREEMENT
fh
Entered into this j5 — day of     hfr"8/g «*/?£/   /</7?
BETWEEN:
Northern Dock & Warehouse Co. Ltd.
(hereinafter called the "Company")
AND:
The United Steelworkers of America
(for and on behalf of Local 6611)
(hereinafter called the "Union")
It is understood and agreed that any letters of agreement
shall become part of the Collective Agreement and the provisions of the
Collective Agreement and Letters of Agreement shall be read and construed
together.
With respect to the employment of a Towboat Deckhand the parties
agree to the following:
1. This Letter of Agreement is designed to recognize that due to the
special nature of the job classification of Towboat Deckhand, the
following provisions in the Collective Agreement shall not apply and
the terms of this Letter of Agreement shall apply in their place:
Art. 17.02 (a) (b) (c), 20.02, 20.06, 21, 22.
2. Hours of Work and Overtime
Straight Time shall be paid for hours worked in any day with a minimum
li-hour call-out.
Overtime at time and one-half straight time shall be paid for hours
worked In excess of eight hours up to but not including the 11th hour.
The 11th hour and all additional hours worked that day shall be paid
at the rate of double the straight time rate.
3« Subsistence
At any time the vessel is away from the home port of Kitimat, subsistence shall be provided by the Company. •
1
LETTER OF AGREEMENT
PAGE 2
k*   Wage Classification
November 1, 1976
$7.65
November 1_  1977
$3.1i0
$,   All other terms and conditions of the Collective Agreement which do
not conflict with this Letter of Agreement shall apply to the classification of Towboat Deckhand.
NORTHERN DOCK & WAREHOUSE CO. LTD.
' 1f y^»_i_a..*-c>..i
Donald i. Man?!
UNITED STESLWORKERS CP AMERICA
(LOCAL 6611) AGREEMENT
BETWEEN:
NORTHERN DOCK & WAREHOUSE CO. LTD.
(hereinafter called the "Company")
AND:
CANADIAN MERCHANT SERVICE GUILD
(hereinafter called the "Guild")
The Agreement between the Council of Marine Carriers and the
Canadian Merchant Service Guild shall form this Agreement except those
Parts, Clauses or Sections which have been deleted or changed to cover
specific considerations applicable to the M.V. "Squamish Warrior" or
any other vessels mutually agreed upon by the Company and the Guild.
PREAMBLE:
For the purposes of this Agreement the "Company" shall mean
Northern Dock & Warehouse Co. Ltd."
PART I - GENERAL
1.01  RECOGNITION:
(c) Where a vessel covered by this Agreement is soid to a Company
or to an individual, satisfactory proof of such sale shall be provided to the Guild.
1*12  P3ISVAKCS PROCEDURE:
(1) Disputes and appeals concerning the interpretation, application, operation or alleged violation of this Agreement shall be
resolved according to the procedure herein contained.
(2) If an Officer is suspended or discharged for any reason, or
if an employee Is laid off and later not rehired, the dispute may
constitute a Grievance to bo settled pursuant to the provisions
of this Clause. PAGE 2
(3) The Guild shall take the matter up with the Officers of the
Company and endeavour to reach a satisfactory solution within
ten (10) days.
(ii) If a mutually satisfactory solution is not reached within
ten (10) days, either party shall have the right to notify the
other in writing that it has closed discussions and has initiated
Arbitration Procedure and shall advise the point or points in
dispute which will be submitted to the Arbitrator.
(5) The party receiving such notice shall, within five (5>) days,
confirm receipt of the notice to arbitrate noting any disagreement
respecting the particulars as set forth by the party initiating
such procedure.
(6) The parties shall then confer and shall within five (£) days
choose a single Arbitrator. If the parties are unable to choose
the Arbitrator within five (5) days, either party may ask the
Canadian Minister of Labour to name the Arbitrator, sending the
Minister a copy of this grievance procedure and the other Party
a copy of the request.
(?) The Arbitrator being thus established, shall sit, hear the
parties and make his Award within ten (10) days from the date of
the appointment of the Arbitrator. The Arbitrator shall not be
authorized to make any decision which will alter, modify or amend
any part of this Agreement.
(8) The Arbitrator, if the case concerns suspension or dismissals, shall have the right to order reinstatement with all rights,
benefits and privileges previously enjoyed together with such
compensation as the Arbitrator deems just and proper. The
Arbitrator shall not assess compensation in excess of the total
wages lost, less monies earned during the period of suspension
or dismissal.
(9) The Arbitrator shall deliver his Award in writing to each
party concerned and such Award shall be final and binding on
both parties and they shall carry it out forthwith.
(10) Each party hereto shall respectively assume any expense in
connection with the attendance at the sittings of the Arbitration.
Any expense in connection with the appointment of the Arbitrator
or his activities, shall be equally divided between the parties.
(11) Any time limits contained in this Clause may be extended at
any time by mutual consent of the parties. it
PAGE 3
1.16 STATUTORY HOLIDAYS:
Statutory Holidays shall be those provided by the Guild - Council
of Marine Carriers Agreement.
Payment for Statutory Holidays shall be as follows:
For each Statutory Holiday worked or not worked an Officer shall
be paid 1.2li days' pay and allowed to accumulate one day's leave
which may be taken in conjunction with his Annual Vacation.
1.17 LEAVE (LAY DAYS):
Not applicable.
1.25  RATES OF.PAr:
Rates of pay of "Squamish Warrior" shall be that of a Group IV
tug and will increase in accordance with any future rates agreed
to by the Guild and Council of Marine Carriers.
PART II - CONTINUOUS OPERATING VESSELS
Not applicable.
PART III - SHIFT TUGS
3.01 Sections (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (g), (h) not applicable.
(i) When an Officer on a shift tag is reouired to work from a
regular shift into overtime a minimara rest period of not less
than eight (8) consecutive hours free of the vessel shall be
allowed before he returns to work.
(j) Subsistence allowance shall be paid except where the
Officers elect to have subsistence provided by the Company as
required.
(n) Not applicable.
3.02 Not applicable.
3.03 Not applicable. 9
PAGE Ii
PART IV - FAST WATER VESSELS/WATER TAXIS AND CRUISE VESSELS
Not applicable.
PARTJF
5.Q1  Not applicable.
5.02 Not applicable.
5.03 TERMINATION:
This Agreement shall be effective from March 1, 1977 and shall
remain in effect until February 28, 1978 and thereafter from
year to year subject to four (ii) months-' notice in writing of
desire to revise, amend or terminate same.
5.Oli      Not applicable.
MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
The Company shall provide meals and first-class accommodation
when layover in Kemano is required.
Two (2) consecutive days (forty-eight (1+8) hours) shall be
allowed off in each seven (?) day period. If an Officer is
called on to work on any of these days, overtime rates shall be
paid and an alternate day off allowed.
The vessel shall be single-crewed and way vary starting tirnes as
required. Overtime shall he paid for all hours worked in excess
of twelve (12) hours.
NORTHERN DOCK & WAREHOUSE CO. LTD.
CANADIAN MERCHANT SERVICE GUILD January 1978.
PROPOSALS FOR REVISION TO THE COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT
BETWEEN
NORTHLAND NAVIGAT ION/SHIPPING
AND THE
CANADIAN MERCHANT SERVICE GUILD
CHANGE - NORTHLAND NAVIGATION/SHIPPING  to  C.P.R. NORTHLAND GROUP
1.
2.
ADD - NEW 1.2 (b) to read:-
"The Company agrees that only tugs covered by a Union
Agreement which is recognized by the Canada Labour
Code or B.C. Labour Code will be utilized to perform
work.  It is understood that the only exceptions to
this would be in the event of Union Tugs not being
available when required to do the job and U.S. Flag
Tugs".
ADD - NEW 1.10 to read:-
(a)  The Company agrees to abide by the terms as set
out in the "Agreement on Crew Complements" as applied
to new continuously operated vessels.
(b)
that   those^fficer positions  aboard
a p^TQ^dyby  the  Company  on  the  date
is  A&rc-&merv
existing T
of signing~+T5T: 'rhxs' Xgrci?ment\will remain unattended
for th^-'service life of each vessel.
(c)  I
and the
that th
agreedA where
said vessel shaT
le Company acquires a vessel,
between 650 HP and 1,000 BHP
carry an Engineer.
3.      ADD - NEW 1.11 to read:-
"The Company agrees not to discriminate against or
A4/?**> "-f^ intimidate any member of the Guild for his activities
on behalf of/or membership in the Guild.
4.
'. <'*> .
5.
<U/?e*> \fi*m
U>bR>/iul7}'~
=7>
ADD - .
INTERIM
NEW 3.12 to read:-
'RETATION RULING - Either party may
fift^isn (15) days Notice to the other, re<
Arbitrator to make an interpretation ruj
n
the
any
question ilNwlving an interpretation/OT any terms of
this Collecti^SvAgrecment.  It is>rigreed that such an
interpretation ruling will only be initiated as a
result of one of ^feJP&tyPiS  disagreeing with the
actions or stated^iMX'hAeUMctions of the other party.
In such instances, the Arbitrator shall invite the
parties to m#Ke submissions in support of their
respective/interpretations at a hearing^feobe held for
the purpose and shall render a ruling withirr-^ihirty (30)
days^dT the conclusion of the hearing.  Such a n^ing
shall be final and binding upon the parties
not be subject to reconsideration.
-11
ADD - NEW 4.4 to read:-
"Masters and Chief Engineers shall be considered to
have worked a full day for the purpose of wage and
leave calculations for any day that they are assigned
to a vessel."
6.
£)L$ee)> -9
EXISTING 6.1 renumber 6.1 (a)
NEW (b) to read:-
"When employees off duty are called for overtime work,
they shall be allowed twenty (20) minutes callout and
such callout shall be considered as time worked. 6.
continued
NEW (c) to read:-
"In the event a man is called more than once during
t\        0        — an °^ watcn period and there is less than one (1)
R(o£2eJ>   —™~> hour between the time of the second call and the
time of "completing the first call, his overtime shall
be deemed to be continuous from the time of the first
call.
7.      ADD - NEW 6.11 to read: -
"Overtime shall be paid for, or converted into
equivalent time off upon request from the Officer
A&£«0 —~> concerned, subject to his making election on January
1st' and July 1st of each year to convert all or
any part of said overtime.
8.
10,
CHANGE 6.5 to read as follows:-
"At any Port where longshoremen are not employed
and Officers perform such duties as driving winches
or tractor, tending hatch, the physical handling
of cargo or checking cargo, they shall be paid a
premium of $5.21 per hour in addition to their
straight time for such work performed on watch or
in addition to their overtime rate for such work
performed off watch,
ADD to 6.6  - An Officer who performs duties aboard
barges except for the purpose of safe tying up or
letting go and excepting the duties outlined in 6,5
shall be paid a premium ofyl  times his straight time
pay in addition to his straight time rate for such
work performed on watch and in addition to his
overtime rate for such work performed off watch.
CHANGE 9.1 to read as follows:-
"An Officer shall receive fourteen (14) consecutive
days annual vacation upon completion of one fl)
year of service with the Company and for each
succeeding year.  He shall be paid for such vacation
on the basis of four percent  (4%) of gross wages
earned in each year.
CHANGE 9.2 to read as follows:-
"An Officer sha 11 receive twenty-one (21) consecutive
days annual vacation upon completion of three (3)
years of service with the Company.  He shall be
paid for such vacation on the basis of six percent (6%)
of gross wages earned during his third (3rd) and
succeeding years of service.
CHANGE 9.3 to read as follows:-
"An Officer shall receive twenty-eight (28)
consecutive days annua] vacation upon completion of
twelve (12) years of service with the Company.  He
shall be paid for such vacation on the basis of eight
percent. (8%) of gross wages earned during his twelfth
and succeeding years of service.
CHANGE 9.4 to read as follows:-
"An Officer shall receive thirty-five (35) consecutive
days annual vacation upon completion of seventeen
(17) years of service with the Company.  He shall be
paid for .such vacation on the basis of ten percent
(101) of gross wages earned during his seventeenth
(17th) and succeeding years of service. 14
15
r^u&eep
-7
16
ADD NEW 9.5 (renumber)
"An Officer shall receive forty-two (42) consecutive
days annual vacation upon completion of twenty-five
(25) years of service with the Company.  He shall be
paid for such vacation on the basis of twelve percent
(12%) o-i gross wages earned during his 25th and
succeeding years of service.
ADD NEW 9.9 to read as follows:-
"An employee who has been laid off arid is re-employed
within twelve (12) months of the date of layoff
shall be granted the same vacation entitlement as
he possessed immediately prior to lay off.
ADD - NEW 10.2
10.2 ^Officer
the Homa Trade
Minor Waters
Islands, wil
consisting of
in the Home Po
extreme emerge
all or any n&r
granted, i-tfen
31st an ar.Janua
and 10.3 to read as follows:-
s employed on vessels opera^ihg in
Class 3 and Home Trade CJra'ss 4,
and including the Quee^Charlotte
granted the threer(3)   day periods,
ecTrn*li£^?4ttiQgT?5th and 26th, as leave
rt. \W&Y&  due to cases of distress,
or continuous on station operations,
t of this three (3)\day period is not
the three (3) day period of December
ry 1st and 2nd will behsranted.
D
17.
18.
:j/u_>s2 yi/)*>*,**(.
19.
(£«?<?> - £co
10.3 -X^fficers who do not receive eitherthree (3)
day periOT&^referred to in Section 10.£-«tTove shall
receive a tn>ee I^iOjansO^t^ve day-^period of leave
immediately on ren/rh to home port.\All three (3)
days i n^sjj^ir^c a s e will be paid for atxfeg Statutory
Holi<rSyrate.
CHANGE 11.2 to read after - "rate"- of $13.00 per
day or $5.00 for each meal missed excepting breakfast
-TT*^ which will be compensated at the rate of $3.00 per
meal missed in the event of some meals being served
in any one day.
ADD - NEW 12.1 to read as follows:-
"When an Officer is dispatched to or discharged from
—^a vessel away from his home port the Company will
^provide travel insurance of $50,000 for each Officer
and will be responsible for his transportation,
wages and board and lodging costs until such time
as he is returned to his home port.
ADD - NEW 12.3 to read as follows:-
"Transportation on the B.C. Coast Steamship Service
^ ^ and CP. Rail shall be granted in accordance with
the standard Regulation published by the Company
from time to time.
e> -
20.
-=5
:&tr?
CHANGE 13.1 to read as follows:-
"Any Officer who suffers loss of pers
and clothing through wreck or marine
while in transit provided or paid for
to or from home port, shall be compen
lump sum payment of Four Hundred Doll
Subject to satisfactory proof of loss
sum not to exceed Six Hundred Dollars
be available in respect of loss of pe
clothing, navigational equipment and
to the operation of the vessel,
onal effects
disaster, or
by the Company
sated by a
ars ($400.00).
, an additional
($600.00) will
rsonal effects,
tools related
ADD - NEW 14.4 to read as follows:-
"Quality ear protection (either head sets or ear
plugs) will be provided without cost to Officers when
working in engine spaces and they shall wear them. 4 -/?
22.
23.
24.
25.
<V4, £eej>
■^
ADD - NEW 14.5 to read as follows:-
"The Company will provide one air breathing apparatus
(self contained) for emergency use aboard all
continuously operating vessels.
DELETE 17.4
A^B-il- NEW 17.4 to read as follows:- j
"It rsvagreed that the Company shall have tj>e right
to promoTve employees from within the Comjwmy to
Officer sUK4S, provided:- S*
a) the employee has been employed art sea by the
Company for a period of at least one (1) year,
b) the employeeJ$)(fc[ctorniaimts
of Guild membership,
c) the Compare informs the Guild in a
desire^Vo make such promotion, and
d) tlj^Kbuild shall have the right to limit
•omotions in times of above average un<
amongst Guild members.
met the requirements
its
loyment
ADD to 17.6 - "An Officer who has been laid off will
retain his Seniority and the right to be recalled
for a period of twelve (12) months, provided he
reports to the Company when recalled.  An Officer
who is given reasonable Notice and fails to report
for work upon recall is subject to discharge from
s e rv i ce.
26,
27.
28.
kQ* ei>
29.
ADD - NEW 17.9 to read as follows:-
"Severance pay calculated on the basis of two (2)
weeks pay for each complete year of service will
be paid to any Officer who is terminated by the
Company.  Such provisions will not apply if Officer
is terminated for just cause.
ADD - NEW 17.10 to read:-
"When an Officer on leave takes employment with
another Company within the Marine Industry, he .
shall be deemed to have terminated employment with
the Company.
CHANGE 19.1 to read as follows:-
"The Company agrees to continue to pay into the
CMSG (Western Branch) Group Registered Retirement
Savings Plan on behalf of any Officer who is contributing
equally to the Plan.  It is agreed that the amount
to be contributed will be five percent. (5%) of
the Officer's basic salary less Canada Pension
contributions,
CHANGE 2 0.1, 20.2 and 20.3 (re-number) and to read
as follows:-
20.1 (a) - Any employee desiring leave of absence
for any reason other than those set out in Sections
(c) (d) and (e) of this Article, must obtain authorization
in writing from the Company, a copy to be forwarded
to and approved by the Guild.
(b) - Where any employee is granted leave of
absence under this Article for a period of longer
than thirty (30) calendar days, the Company agrees
to notify the Guild as to circumstances for the
granting of such period of leave.
(c) - The Company will grant leave of absence
to employees suffering injury or illness, subject
to a medical certificate if required by the employer. 29
continued
(d) - The Company will grant
lea
to employees who are app
ointed or
ele
Guild Office (or who go
ashore to
wor
Company), for a period up
to and inclu
(3) years.  The Officer
shall accumul
for three (3) years and
then his j
sen i
remain dormant until his
return.
Fur
absence will be granted
i f requested.
who obtains such leave o
f absence
sha
to the Company within th
irty (30)
cal
after completion of his
term of emplo
Guild.
ve of absence
cted to a
k for the
ding three
ate seniority
ority shall
ther leave of
Any employee
11 return
endar days
yment with the
(e) - The Company will grant leave of absence
to employees who are elected as representatives to
attend Guild meetings and Guild Conventions, or
members of an)' Guild Negotiating Committee in order
that they may carry out their duties on behalf of
the Guild.  An employee shall be allowed to continue
to receive his rate of pay up to a maximum of seven
(7) days, for the purpose of attending Guild Conventions.
(f) - It is agreed that before the employee
receives this leave of absence as set forth in
Sections (d) and (e) above, the Company will be
given due notice in writing by the Guild in
order to replace the employee during his absence
with a competent substitute.
(g) - An Officer when returning from a leave
of absence shall be reinstated in no less than the
same pay classification the Officer held when
granted leave of absence.
Should the Company not have a vessel of his
former pay class he shall receive the rate of pay
of the next lower vessel group in which the Company
operates a vessel.
(h)""^"^Aq^0fficer shall be entitled tjxroliipassionate
leave of up toTfc^ee (3) day to atten,d---iTo urgent
domestic^a-ffairs.  Ljw$/^/rciiorc than three (3)
days^-mliy be taken, subject to CompaiT>^aoproval,
i-rthe Circumstances warrant.        ^^-v.
30.
r< * *j>   -
i ?ftf*yr "»*c &-~t>i*J<~)
ADD - NEW 20.2 to read as follows:-
"In the event an Officer is required for Jury Duty
or Court Witness the Company agrees to compensate
said Officer to the extent of 7 1/2 hours pay at the
straight time rate for each day he is required to
be in attendance.
31.
32.
£kJ~LM-
ADD  -   NEW  20.3  to   read  as   follows:-
"Weekly   Indemnity payments  will  be  supplemented
to  a maximum of the Officer's  regular  rate  of pay
from his  positive  leave  credited.     When  an Officer
runs  out of positive  leave  credits he may borrow
against   future  leave  credits   for a maximum of six
(6)   weeks.
ADD^^NEW 20.4   to  read as   follows^
"When  an~"tHHFirerjsn   le^^ptake>-^jmployment with
another  Cg^a&<imk&%Tf%m% Mari-ȣlndustry, he
shajp^rtfdeemed to have terminated~>»pj^:ment with
t^reCompany  from which he took leave.
33.
DELETE present  21.1  and replace with the  following:-
(a^-Ao^Education Committee shall be^stablished to
foster  tne^esiycatdon and upgrading^or Officers,
It  shall  be  comprj^ejlr <ff/tyw^3?2)/Guild Representatives
and  two   (2)   Company  Representativ>SsS.     Its   duties
shall
development and approval of courses
are mutually beneficial to the Company and its 33.
continued
\employees.  Ir shall promulgate rules and procedur<
itablish a body of precedents, adjudicate disput<
ilications, maintain liaison with appropriate
Government Departments and otherwise assume
responsibilities as directed by the parties frojj
tinA to time.
The fallowing concepts shall govern the payment of
cours<
i)   On\Company required education and trailing
proVrams, the employer will bear all icosts
of tuition, including wages.
ii)
tary upgrading courses with controlled
ce the employer will bear the costs
On vo Xun
attenc
of tuitiNon, books and fees and
will contribute his time, in a
(c).  An employee who fails t
complete a>course shall reim
for tuitionXbooks and fees
iii)
tiKe employee
ord with Section
successfully
se the Company
On required upgrading arisrng out of Government
Regulations theVmployer will assist the
employee along the lines outlined in (ii) above.
* sk/£oP/,<3>
(b) The Company shaJV^iave tile yright to limit the
selection .and the number of Officers permitted to
take an upgrading cours/ at any o\ie time.
(c) i)  If an Office/ runs out of\leave time
during attendance at an approved course, the
Company shall Yoan  him funds toy the extent
of continuing/the Officer's normal take-home
pay and shallr continue benefits under this
Agreement fo/r the period of the aourse plus a
consecutive/period of up to fourteen (14)
days for )me  taking of exams.
ii)  If/Government assistance is a^Xailable,
the Of/ricer shall apply and if granted, the
amouBft advanced by the Company during the
cou/se shall be reduced by the sum of\such
Government assistance.
(d) /At the completion of the course, an Officer
shalM return to work for the Company until such
losm is repaid.  If the Officer fails to do s^,
fe Guild will render cooperation toward recovery
: the loan. ^
34.
oe-e?
35.
36.
eey>
CHANGE 23.1 - to include Masters and Chief Engineers
and to reflect 6% wage increase on all categories.
Include OCEAN PRINCE and NORTHLAND FURY. ^J[ iMfi.  t
2 3.4 - DELETE reference to ISLAND PRINCE and SKEENA
PRINCE.  ADD- NORTHLAND FURY - 1 Mate - 6 and 6
watches.
ADD to 2 5.1
(a)  The meal hours for Officers shall be as follows
OFFICERS ON 4 hours on-8 hours OFF WATCHES
4
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
0730 to 0830
1130 to 1230
1630 to 18C0
OFFICERS ON 6 hours on-6 hours OFF WATCHES
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
0500
1100
1700
to 0700
to 1300
to 1900 6 -
36.
cont inued
F)(J*e-e v
4>
(b)  These hours may be varied, but such variations
shall not exceed one (1) hour either way,  provided
that one (1) unbroken hour shall be allowed at all
times.  .The period between meal hours shall not
normally be less than three (3) hours or more than
five (5) hours, except for Officers on 6 hours on -
6 hours off watches.
37.
i dee?
• ftti.
H oPiitrW
4<P
^>
CHANGE 28.1 to read - "This Agreement
in full force and effect for a period
(12) months from January 1st 1978 and
subject to ninety (90) days Notice in
either party of its desire to revise,
terminate same. Such Notice may be given
after 1st October 1978.
shall remain
of twelve
thereafter
writing from
amend or
anytime
c^c^Atfe Al*r'
38. __^  CHANGE 29.1
—~yy     retroactive
to read - "All monetary items to be
to January 1st 1978 unless otherwise stated.
39.
Sflt     C*MM.tTr\JP*fT~
40.
ADD "^jEW 30.1 to
"All ves>eis^ must
by an Acoust
information to be
(3) months of the
If noise level r
vessel that ve^el shall
time as thq^<feadings are
read as follows:-
have completed Nois^-i-eVel readings
ngineering ComnsHT5?'"and this
rdgd^to >tne Guild within three
rig date of the Agreement,
not Veceived for any
te until such
ings
8.
are
cease to i
received.
ADD - NEW
as^Collows:-
"The reoyns and
Agreement^si^all
named herein,
appended to thi
Should a Compan
tug into its o
in this Ar£i-eTe
requesj^ifo disc
najt*rfe not cove
31.1 - SHIPS OTHER THAN TUGS to read
this Collepfc-fve
t heavess e1s
to
a
to
be
condition set out in
apply as appropriate
Additional conditions
ST^reement as requirt
y  intrtKiuce a vessel other than a
at ions, such vesseK^ill be named
and the parties will m&sJLat eithers
uss those conditions of a sptHual
red by this Agreement.
41.
?o<?\>
*>
ADD - NEW - 32.1 - It is agreed that a Memorandum
will be provided to cover specific considerations
applicable to shift vessel operations in the KITIMAT
Area.
42.
43.
CHANGE - Miscellaneous provision #2
 zp  "A washer and dryer to be installed
/   Officers employed on all tugs.
44.
45.
to read as
for the use
follows
of
ADD - new fr?K<"The current payrpJWr^ractices based
on a thirty (30"> da^j^fifyMwelrf7e\(12)  months per
year will W^wrnTtained for the duration of this
Agreement .^ ^
ADD - The Company agrees to provide parking spaces
for Officers while working aboard Company vessels.
NEW - Miscellaneous #7 - "The Company agrees to pay
the Guild 25tf per calendar day for each day an
Officer is employed with the Company for the purpose
of maintaining the flail Hiring Board and Dispatcher
required.
J BC Coast Steamship S&rvice
Pier "B", Vancouver, aP*s V6C 2R3
Tel(604)665-3135. Tt       14-507684
MW Holland
Manager
RRReid
Asst. Manager
CPRail
PAY FORMULA FOR MASTER, "SQUAMISH WARRIOR"
l<
Overtime shall be paid when:
(A) Excess 12 hours in a day.
(B) Excess 40 hours per week.
(C) Overtime shall apply on weekends. OH^ %UU(Al*Ai.   Ho-zC
(E)  Guaranteed weekly wage rate.
(1) 1ST CALLOUT
(2) 2ND CALLOUT
2 hrs. Credit
4  »
If working either weekend days, alternate days off will be taken
during week, or if not possible, then days will be accumulated. AGREEMENT
o
BETWEEN:
NORTHERN DOCK & WAREHOUSE CO. LTD.
(hereinafter called the "Company")
AND:
CANADIAN MERCHANT SERVICE GUILD
(hereinafter called the "Guild")
The Agreement between the Council of Marine Carriers and the
Canadian 1-ferchant Service Guild shall form this Agreement except those
Parts, Clauses or Sections which have been deleted or changed to cover
specific considerations applicable to the M.V. "Squamish Warrior" or
any other vessels mutually agreed upon by the Conpany and the Guild.
PgMMBLjS:
For the purposes of this Agreement the "Company" shall mean
Northern Dock & Warehouse Co. Ltd."
PART I - GENERAL
..01  RECOGNITION:
(c) Where a vessel covered by this Agreement is sold to a Company
or to an individual, satisfactory proof of such sale shall be provided to the Guild.
1.12  GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE:
(1) Disputes and appeals concerning the interpretation, application, operation or alleged violation of this Agreement shall be
resolved according to the procedure herein contained.
(2) If an Officer is suspended or discharged for any reason, or
if an employee is laid off and later not rehired, the dispute may
constitute a Grievance to be settled pursuant to the provisions
of this Clause. c
PAGE 2
(3) The Guild shall take the matter up with the Officers of the
Company and endeavour to reach a satisfactory solution within
ten (10) days.
(h)    If a mutually satisfactory solution is not reached within
ten (10) days, either party shall have the right to notify the
other in writing that it has closed discussions and has initiated
Arbitration Procedure and shall advise the point or points in
dispute which will be submitted to the Arbitrator.
(f>) The party receiving such notice shall, within five (5) days,
confirm receipt of the notice to arbitrate noting any disagreement
respecting the particulars as set forth by the party initiating
such procedure.
(6) The parties shall then confer and shall within free (5) days
choose a single Arbitrator. If the parties are unable to choose
the Arbitrator within five (5) days, either party may ask the
Canadian Minister of Labour to name the Arbitrator, sending the
Minister a copy of this grievance procedure and the other Party
a copy of the request.
(?) The Arbitrator being thus established, shall sit, hear the
parties and make his /-.ward within ten (10) days from the date of
the appointment of the Arbitrator. The Arbitrator shall not bo
authorized to make any decision which will alter( modify or amend
any part of this Agreement.
(8) The Arbitrator, if the case concerns suspension or dismissals, shall have the right to order reinstatement with all rights,
benefits and privileges previously enjoyed together with such
compensation as the Arbitrator deems just and proper. The
Arbitrator shall not assess compensation in excess of the total
wages lost, less monies earned during the period of suspension
or dismissal.
(9) The Arbitrator shall deliver his Award in xfriting to each
party concerned and such Award shall be final and binding on
both parties and they shall carry it out forthwith.
(10) Each party hereto shall respectively assume any expense in
connection with the attendance at the sittings of the Arbitration.
Any expense in connection with the appointment of the Arbitrator
or his acta.vities, shall be equally divided between the parties.
(11) Any time limits contained in this Clause may be extended at
any time by mutual consent of the parties. (
PAGE
1.16  STATUTORY HOLIDAYS:
Statutory Holidays shall be those provided by the Guild - Council
of Marine Carriers Agreement.
Payment for Statutory Holidays shall be a3 follows:
For each Statutory Holiday worked or not worked an Officer shall
he paid 1.2h days* pay and allowed to accumulate one day's leave
which may be taken in conjunction with his Annual Vacation,
1.17  LEAVE (LAY DAYS):
Not applicable.
1.25  RATES OF PAY:
it
1
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4
o
Rates of pay of "Squamish Warrior" shall be that of a Group IV
tug and will increase in accordance with any future rates agreed
to by the Guild and Council of Marine Carriers.
$\
PART II - CONTINUOUS OPERATING VESSELS
Not applicable.
PART III - SHIFT TUGS
3*01  Sections (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (g), (h) not applicable.
(i) When an Officer on a shift tusc is required to work from a
regular shift into overtime a minimum rest period of not legg
than eight (8) consecutive hoars free of the vessel shall be
allowed before he returns to work.
(j) Subsistence allowance shall be paid except where the
Officers elect to have subsistence provided by the Company as
required.
(n) Not applicable.
3.02 Not applicable.
3.03 Not applicable. PAGE ii
PART IV - FAST WATER VESSELS/WATER TAXIS AMD CRUISE VESSELS
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Not applicable.
PARTJL
^.CO.  Not applicable.
$.02  Not applicable.
5.03  TERMINATION:
This Agreement shall be effective from March 1, 197? and shall
remain in effect until February 28, 1978 and thereafter from
year to year subject to four (h)  months' notice in writing of
desire to revise, amend or terminate sarts.
^.Oli  Not applicable.
MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
1. The Company shall provide meals and first-class accommodation
when layover in Kemano is required.
2. Two (2) consecutive days (forty-eight (h8) hours) shall be
allowed off in each seven (?) day period. If an Officer is
called on to work on any of these days, overtime rates shall be
paid and an alternate day off allowed.
3. The vessel shall be single-crewed and may vary starting times as
required. Overtime shall be paid for all hours worked in excess
of twelve (12) hours.
NORTHERN DOCK & WAREHOUSE CO. LTD.
CANADIAN MERCHANT SERVICE GUILD
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cjuudxas msscmas hssvice guild
It la a&r»*d thafe tha following chau^gsa shall ba s$ad* In iha l&no-
mo*% batw»a& tba parties B$xich bac&sa a£f*>e£lva Kareh 1, 1971*
For tfaa paypasa of datarolalag crsriiiao tha first eall-cat in o
calasad&r dajr t&U roanlt in a riiaisgua of (2) two hours oradlfc
t©35ar<33. fea&rs xsortesd.
2.      1
For hfes parvom of (kWra&ning cmsrtlssa tha ©©cama1 &cd each eralbsa-
<psnfc call-bask to ts'ork in a c&Xasdar <3ay irf.ll r&sralt la a E&JxLsoa
of (li) fe&r hsura crsrdit ts«&rd» houra worted.
For t&s p&ypcaa of dstorEinlca esartiae all bfflsni tw (12) t$9l"s«
feamra ara&ted p&y (b) ©sd (a) ebeva per daj «iH ba paid et tin*
OfKTilM rata*
Per tfea parpccw ©* ^ters&salcjj ©tartisa oil tea?1® ejFgj&itad in (b)
oad (w) aboT» aaar (£jO) forty hsurs in a c3l>s^E«as, $o§&& (Ifeaiay t©
U8l irKJlufiicg Sashay) will ha paid at tb® ©m$l©a r&ta*
5.      HU^llflttaowt Provision 8a. 1
Yha Cossjsss^f shall prorids iml>| flrst-olaaa aaccsaacaiSatlc© assA
tra&aportatioa «h>*a lay-ovar la Eaiaaa© la r^ul^a?!*
6*     Kiaoe3lla»t<Bia JPrgyiaieQ $a„_2.
Two (2) c^j^^«xsti,5n9 daya* forty^igjit (1*3) besaraj, shall tea t&tavtd
off In each sarraa (?) day parted.   If an ctfficar is (silled e» t©
work e» alfchar af ihasa dar/a smsiHisa ehall bo paid &&d aXftayaata
<Says» of? rlLiffFsd,   li aa effieasr is rsquirsd to ^xsfk oa b©ih a?
tb»sa ds^u, cuartiES raiaa tthali b3 paid aad two (g) altars £a G&ya
off allowad..   Such altwnat© days off trill ha addad to i&© aacmsa-
Xafead Isttwtt* )
PACTS 2
?•    <bM
Tfoa Cbrtstaaa chut-dosst parlod a® fcaa beea the p?&©tiea ia the paat
will cat fea dodaatod fros tha Aarasal Vacation cr Acaasolatted Loafira.
X uisl'sssa ©f o?.ght (0) eocsacativa hours fraa af tbs Tsssal esost fea
allcwad ia enxxy tsa^y-four (2h) hoar period.
9*     fcfesaj t'ha ¥$sa*l la in a part other thsua Kiiiisat a ssinlBsagj a? tssalva
(12) hs«ra par day eh&ll fea oraditad toward hears ssa&ad i'ar tha
parpcaa of 3.Gl (a).
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Q.rtA ,  *
LETTER OP AGREEMENT
Entered into this 15th day of February, 1977.
BETWEEN:
Northern Dock & Warehouse Co. Ltd.
(hereinafter called the "Company")
AND:
The United Steelworkers of America
(for and on behalf of Local 6611)
(hereinafter called the "Union")
It is understood and agreed that any letters of agreement shall become
part of the Collective Agreement and the provisions of the Collective
Agreement and Letters of Agreement shall be read and construed together.
With respect to the employment of a Towboat Deckhand the parties agree
to the following:
1. This Letter of Agreement is designed to recognize that due to the
special nature of the job classification of Towboat Deckhand, the
following provisions in the Collective Agreement shall not apply and
the terms of this Letter of Agreement shall apply in their place:
Art. 17.02 (a)(b)(c), 20.05, 20.06, 21,22.
2. Hours of Work and Overtime
Straight Time shall be paid for hours worked in any day with a
minimum 4—hour call—out.
Overtime at time and one-half straight time shall be paid for hours
worked inexcess of eight hours up to but not including the 11th hour,
the 11th hour and all addditional hours worked that day shall be paid
at the rate of double the straight time rate.
3. Subsistence
At any time the vessel is away from the home port of Kitimat, subsistence
shall be provided by the Company. V
LETTER OF AGREEMENT
PAGE 2
4.  Wage Classification
November 1,1976
November 1,1977
$7.65
$8.40
5.  All other terms and conditions of the CoiDective Agreement which do
not conflict with this Letter of Agreement shall apply   the
classification of Towboat Deckhand.
(signed G.E.Cannon)
NORTHERN DOCK & WAREHOUSE CO. LTD.
(signed Mark Pearson)
(signed Ken Strange - Staff Rep.)
UNITED STEELWORKERS OF AMERICA
(Local 6611)
(signed D.J.Murray) o
BETWEEN:
AND   THE
AGREEMENT
NORTHLAND NAVIGATION CO. LTD.,
(hereinafter called the "COMPANY")
CANADIAN MERCHANT SERVICE GUILD,
(hereinafter called the "GUILD")
THIS AGREEMENT WITNESSETH THAT THE PARTIES
HERETO HEREBY MUTUALLY COVENANT AND AGREE TO
AND WITH EACH OTHER AS FOLLOWS:
PREAMBLE:
The general purpose of this Agreement is to
ensure for the Company, the Guild and the Officers employed by
the Company, the full benefits of orderly and legal collective
bargaining, and to ensure to the utmost extent possible, the
safety and physical welfare of the said Officers, economy of
operations, standard of service and protection of property.
It is recognized by this Agreement to be the duty of the Company,
the Guild and said Officers 16 cooperate fully, individually and
collectively for the advancement of said conditions.
Except where expressly stated or covered by
separate Addendum, wherever the word OFFICER is used within this
Agreement, it shall mean all Masters, Mates, Chief Engineers,
Engineers, Pursers, Freight Clerks and Chief Stewards.
RECOGNITION
I.I The Company recognizes the Guild as the sole
bargaining agent for all Masters, Mates, Engineers, Pursers,
Freight Clerks and Chief Stewards employed on Vessels owned,
operated or directly or indirectly controlled by the Company.
The Company agrees to employ as Officers only members of the
Guild in good standing.
1.2
Agreement is
lease shaI I p
Vessel is cha
with another
contains the
the work to b
or neglect +
or lessor, sh
or other rtione
Iessee.
Where a Vessel covered and listed in this
chartered or leased, the terms of such charter or
rovide that this Agreement shall apply unless a
rtered or leased to a Company which has an Agreement
Union to man and operate Vessels and such Agreement
provision that the other Union has jurisdiction over
e performed.  Should the charterer or lessee fail
o abide by the terms of this Agreement, the Company
all be liable to the Guild members concerned for wages
tary benefits which are not paid by the charterer or
1.3 Where a Vessel covered by this Agreement is sold
to a Company or to an individual, satisfactory proof of such sale
shall be provided to the Guild.
1.4 The Company recognizes the Guild as the source of
supply for all Officers covered by this Agreement and will request
same from the Gt'ld. (
-   2 -
RECOGNITION continued
1.5 In the event the Guild Is unable to supply
competent personnel with sufficient promptness to avoid a
delay in sailing at the appointed time, the Company' reserves the'
right to obtain replacements elsewhere.  If within fourteen (14)
days of the date that an Officer is obtained from a source other
than the Guild the Company has failed to inform the Guild in
writing of this fact, the right to replace this Officer when
the Vessel returns to the home port.
1.6 An Officer employed by the Company who is not
a Guild member shall, as a condition of employment, immediately
apply for membership in the Guild upon taking employment with
the Company.
1.7 Effective the last pay period of each month,
the Company shall deduct from the wages due and payable each
Officer coming within the scope of this Agreement an amount
equal to the uniform monthly membership fees, pension contributions
as required and any assessments of the Guild.  The amount so
deducted shall only be changed during the term of this Agreement
to conform with changes in the amount of the regular fees of the
Guild in accordance with its Constitution and By-laws.
1.8 The Company will deduct Initiation fees and remit
same to the Guild upon receipt of proper authorization from the
employee concerned.
1.9 All deductions required under this Article will
be forwarded to the Western Branch of the Guild attention of the
Secretary-Treasurer, within thirty (30) days together with a
list in duplicate showing the names of the Officers to whom said
deductions are to be credited and the month for which the deductions
are made.
WARRANTY OF CONTINUOUS OPERATION
2.1 The Company, signatory to this Agreement, and the
Guild agree that there shall be no strikes or lockouts during
the life of this Agreement.
2.2 There shall be no slowdown or stoppage of work during
the period when a Grievance is being resolved.
2.3 Refusal to pass through a picket line which has not
been held to be illegal shall not be construed as a violation of
this Article.
2.4 The Company will not require any member of the Guild
to continue with a tow or handle cargo if it has been brought
through a picket line by other than Union personnel.
DISPUTES AND APPEALS
3.1 Disputes and appeals concerning the interpretation,
application, operation or alleged violation of this Agreement
shall be resolved according to the procedure herein contained.
3.2 If an Officer is suspended or discharged for any
reason, or if an employee is laid off and later not rehired, the
dispute may constitute a Grievance to be settled pursuant to the
provisions of this Clause. o
- 3 -
DISPUTES AND APPEALS continued
3.3 The Guild shall take the matter up with the
Officers of the Company and endeavour to reach a satisfactory
solution within ten (10) days.
3.4 If a mutually satisfactory solution Is not
reached within ten (10) days, either party shall have the right
to notify the other in writing that it has closed discussions and -
has initiated Arbitration Procedure and shall advise the point or
points in dispute which will be submitted to the Arbitrator.
3.5 The party receiving such notice shall, within
five (5) days, confirm receipt of the notice to arbitrate, noting
any disagreement respecting the particulars as set forth by the
party initiating such procedure.
3.6 The parties shall then confer and shall within
five (5) choose a single Arbitrator.  If the parties are unable
to choose the Arbitrator within five (5) days, either party may
ask the Canadian Minister of Labour to name the Arbitrator, sending
the Minister a copy of this Grievance Procedure and the other
Party a copy of the request.
3.7 The Arbitrator being thus established, shall sit,
hear the parties and make his Award within ten (10) days from
the date of the appointment of the Arbitrator.  The Arbitrator
shall not be authorized to make any decision which will alter,
modify or amend any part of this Agreement.
3.8 The Arbitrator, if the case concerns suspension or
dismissal, shall have the right to order reinstatement with all
rights, benefits and privileges previously enjoyed together v/ith
such compensation as the Arbitrator deems just and proper.  The
Arbitrator shall not assess compensation in excess of the total
wages lost, less monies earned during the period of suspension or
d i smi ssaI .
3.9 The Arbitrator shall deliver his Award in writing
to each party concerned and such Award shall be final and binding
on both parties and they shall carry it out forthwith.
3.10 Each party hereto shall respectively assume any
expense in connection with the attendance at the sittings of the
Arbitration.  Any expense in connection with the appointment of
the Arbitrator or his activities, shall be equally divided between
the parties.
3.11 .      Any time limits contained in this Clause may be
extended at any time by mutual consent of the parties,
HOURS OF LABOUR
4.1 The hours of work for Officer personnel on
Vessels covered by this Agreement shall be the two (2) watch
system of six (6) hours on watch and six (6) hours off watch
commencing at the beginning of the calendar day.
4.2 For Officers working on the two (2) watch system
of six (6) hours on duty and six (6) hours off duty, leave shall
be granted on the. basis of 1.24 per day worked. i
_ 4 _
HOURS OF LABOUR continued
4.3 Twenty-four (24) consecutive hours free of the
Vessel shall constitute one (I) day off.  A day off shall commence
at either 12:00 noon or 12:00 midnight provided that when the
day off is from midnight to midnight, Officers shall not be
required to report aboard prior to 0800 of the morning following
the day off except where required to pick up a regular watch.
4.4 When an Officer joins his ship prior to noon or
leaves his ship after noon, he will be compensated for a full
day's work including leave credit and if he leaves the ship prior
to noon or joins the ship after noon, he will receive one-half
(1/2) day's pay and leave credit.
4.5 A regular schedule of leave shall be maintained.
At the expiration of leave and when an Officer Is unable to
rejoin his Vessel due to such Vessel being absent from the base
port, such an Officer shall continue to receive his rate of pay
until such time as he resumes duty on the Vessel from which he
took his leave or such other Vessel as the Company may assign
him, but such time off shall be deducted from his next accumulated
leave periods.
4.6 Wages shall be paid only for the leave actually
taken.  Leave not taken currently shall be accumulated and given
at a later date.  Pay in lieu of leave shall not be granted to
any Officer unless by agreement between the Company and the Guild,
no Officer sha
without mutuaI
TRANSFERS
If qualified and capable relief is available,
I accumulate more than forty-five (45) days leave
agreement between the Company and the Guild.
5.1 It is agreed that if an Officer is transferred
from one Ship to another at the Comapny's convenience, he shall
receive pay at the rate applicable to the rank on the Ship he
is joining for the intervening period for any time in excess of
any current leave due for the month in which such transfer takes
place.  This shall not apply to Officers transferring to another
Ship at their own request and shall not apply to the Officers
regularly assigned to relief work.
PREMIUM RATES
6.1 All the rates provided in this Clause shall accrue
in one-half (1/2) hour increments following a one (I) hour minimum
call-out.  In all cases where a minimum call-out Is provided, the
Company reserves the right to require that the Officers work for
the entire period.  Such overtime shall commence at the time an
Officer is called to report for duty.
6.2 All claims for payment under this Clause shall be
made out in duplicate and signed by the Master or Chief Engineer
daily as worked.  The original shall be forwarded to the Company
and the duplicate shall be returned to the Officer concerned.
6.3 When it is necessary for an Officer other than
the Master or non watchkeeping Engineer to be on duty as such
in excess of h*s normal watch and if not otherwise provided
in this Agreement, he shall be paid at the Overtime Rate. 5 -
PREMIUM RATES continued
6.3 Effective January 1st 1976 Overtime shall be paid
at the double time rate after three (3) consecutive hours worked
at time and one-half (I 1/2) in each consecutive Overtime period.
Effective July 1st 1977 Overtime shall be paid at
the double time rate after one (I) consecutive hour worked at
time and one-half (I 1/2) in each consecutive Overtime period.
Effective October
paid at the double time rate.
1st 1977 all Overtime shall be
6.4 At the Port of Vancouver, B. C., if any off duty
Officer is called back to shift the Vessel or for some other purpose
a minimum of four (4) hours at the Overtime rate shall be paid
for each such call, except when Officers are knocked off for
less than one (I) hour, in which case time shall be continuous.
6.5 At.any Port where longshoremen are not employed
and Officers perform such duties as driving winches or tractor,
tending hatch, the physical handling of cargo or checking cargo
while on watch, they shall be paid:-
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1st 1976 -
Three Dollars and eight cents ($3.08)
per hour, and
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1st 1977 -
Three Dollars and thirty-eight cents ($3.38)
per hour.
For all such work performed off watch the
overtime rate shall apply and in addition the following premium
will be paid:-
EFFECT1VE JANUARY 1st 1976 - 2- .
One Dollar and sixty-eight cents ($1.68)
per hour, and
EFFECTIVE. JANUARY 1st 1977 -
One Dollar and eighty-four cents ($1.84)
per hour.
6.6 Deck Officers shall not perform any of the
duties outlined in Clause 6.5, checking cargo excepted, if all
the unlicensed personnel of the Deck Department are not performing
such duties.  This shall not apply if there is no personnel
available to perform such duties.
6.7 On Vessels where no oilers are carried, engine-
rooms and auxiliaries will be painted by shore personnel once
a year and the Engineers will maintain the engineroom and equipment
in a clean and orderly condition, including touch-up painting when
requ i red.
NOTE:   Touch-up painting is not intended to
include any major painting projects.
6.8 Officers ordered to work in boilers, furnaces,
bilges, tanks, engine crankcases, on hot boiler mountings or on
machinery that has not been allowed to cool to a reasonable
temperature shall receive the overtime rate in addition to their
normal wages. ,
.
6 -
PREMIUM RATES continued
6.9 Engineers on watch shall not be entitled to any
additional compensation whatsoever if they are employed on
supervisory duties only.
6.10 Engineers on watch at sea shall not perform any
duties outside of the engineroom except for the safety of the
ship.
EMERGENCY DUTIES
7.1 It is the duty of the Officers to organize their
Department for the greatest efficiency.  Officers shall not
perform work normally performed by employees under their
supervision except in an emergency, for instructing new employees,
for the proper operation of equipment, to protect Company property
or as provided in Clause 6.6 and 6.7 of this Agreement or to ensure
the safety of the crew or the Vessel.
7.2 The Company and the Guild agree that the highest
possible safety practices shall be maintained at all times.
The Officers sha I I work closely together to ensure that safe
working habits will be carried out and that safe working equipment
will be provided by the Company.
VESSELS OUT OF COMMISSION
8.1 V/hile any Vessel is out of commission and Officers
are employed thereon, they shall receive regular sea pay for
the position actually occupied on the Vessel.  Where an eight
(8) hour day is worked the point five (.5) leave factor shall b^
in effect and where the twelve (12) hour day is worked the one *
point two four (1.24) leave factor shall be in effect.  Any
Overtime worked will be paid in accordance with the provisions
of CLAUSE 6.3 of the Agreement.
8.2 While any Vessel on which the normal complement
is three or more Officers is undergoing repair or overhaul,
the senior Engineer employed thereon will perform supervisory
duties only, and will not be expected or required to perform
work requiring the use of tools.
8.3 When Vessels are undergoing refit or general
overhaul and Engineers are required to work, they shall be paid
at the rate of pay for the position they normally hold plus the
accumulation of leave.
Work performed after eight (8) hours shall be
paid for in accordance with 8.1.
Subsistence as per Clause 11.2 will be paid in
addition to these rates.
ANNUAL VACATION
9.1 Officers shall receive two (2) weeks vacation
and be allowed vacation pay of four percent (4$) of gross w?g~
earned during each calendar year up to and including his third
(3rd) year of service.
g.2 Officers with three (3) or more years continuous
or accumulative service shall be allowed three (3) weeks vacation
for service during each succeeding calendar year in which service
is rendered and shall be allowed vacation pay of six percent (6$)
of gross wages earned during each such calendar year. - 7 -
ANNUAL VACATION continued
9.3 Officers with twelve (12) or more years
continuous or accumulative service shall be allowed four (4)
weeks vacation for service during each such succeeding calendar
year in which service is rendered and shall be allowed vacation
pay of eight percent (8$) of gross wages earned during each
such calendar year.
9.4 Officers with seventeen (17) or more years
continuous or accumulative service shall be allowed five (5)
weeks vacation and ten percent (10$) of gross earnings.
9.5 Vacation shall be taken during the calendar year
following the year in which service was rendered.
9.6 Officers terminating their employment shall be
paid all vacation pay due them up to the date of leaving
calculated in accordance with paragraphs 9.1, 9.2, 9.3 and 9.4
of this Agreement;
9.7 All Officers covered by this Agreement shall
receive reasonable notice as to when annual vacation will commence.
Senior men shall have preference of dates.
9.8 Annual vacation shall be allowed, unless otherwise
mutually agreed, in one unbroken period.
STATUTORY HOLIDAYS
10.I Officers shall be allowed the following
Hoii days - -
NEW YEAR'S DAY LABOUR DAY
GOOD FRIDAY THANKSGIVING DAY
EASTER MONDAY REMEMBRANCE DAY
EMPIRE DAY CHRISTMAS DAY
DOMINION DAY BOXING DAY
B.C. DAY
on all Vessels whether laid up or in operation.  If not conven'-.r
and they are called upon to work on any or all of the holidays
specified, a day's leave plus the applicable leave factor will be
added to their accumulated leave.  In the event Officer's are on
weekly leave or annual vacation with pay on any of the holidays
specified, they shall later be allowed one day's additional leave
with pay at the applicable rate.  The applicable rate shall mean
one day's pay to be equal to one thirtieth (1/30) of the regular
monthly rate for the rank employed at when the specified holiday
occurs.  The additional day's leave shall include the leave
factor of 1.24 when six (6) and six (6) watches are in effect.
SUBSISTENCE
| I. | At any Port other than Vancouver, B. C. , when cr.
account of overhaul or any emergency, subsistence and room cannot
be provided on board the Vessels, Officers employed thereon shall
be provided with a room and meals ashore.
11.2 When the Vessel is in Vancouver and Officers are
working aboard, whether on or off articles and for any reason
meals are not supplied these Officers shall be compensated at
the rate of Nine Dollars ($9.00) per day or Three Dollars ($3.00)
per meal missed in the event of some meals being served in any
one day. 07-
- 8
SUBSISTENCE continued
11.3 When the Vessel is in operation and subsistence
and lodging is provided by the Company the Officers covered
by this Agreement shall pay the sum of One Dollar Fifty cents
($1.50) per day for each such day that subsistence and lodging
i s prov i ded.
11.4 At the end of each calendar year, Officers shall
be provided with a receipt covering all deductions made under
Clause I 1.3 of this Agreement.
TRAVELLING EXPENSES
12.1 In the event that an Officer, after his arrival
in Vancouver, is required to join a Vessel at any other port
or where he is requested to join a Vessel at a distant point,
the Company shall furnish him with first class transportation plus
meals and berth where necessary and his time shall begin from
the date of his engagement from Vancouver.
12.2 Officers and Trainees shall be provided with
transportation (as a group when possible) between the Company
docks and drydock when engaged in shifting ship.
MARINE DISASTER AND MISHAP
13.1 Any Officer, who while in the employ of the   ■
Company, suffers loss of clothing and personal effects normally
carried aboard a Vessel, through Marine Disaster or Mishap or
while in transit, provided or paid for by the Company to or from
home Port shall be compensated by the payment of up to Four
Hundred Dollars ($400.00) according to the loss sustained
(based on replacement value).
13.2 Additionally (provided that a list and value
is submitted to the Company and acknowledged by signature of
a Company Official prior to sailing) the following shall be
covered:-
(i)   Navigational equipment and tools
related to the operation of the
Vessel up to Three Hundred Dollars
($300.00).
(ii)   Personal items other than above,
up to Two Hundred Dollars $200.00).
13.3 In the event of such loss, a detailed list
to be submitted to the Company within thirty (30) days of loss
and to be paid by the Company or Insurance Underwriters within
sixty (60) days thereafter.
UNIFORMS
14.1 After one year's service as an Officer, Officers
required to wear uniforms and standard overcoats or raincoats
shall be allowed same free of charge under the following
cond i ti ons:-
Uniforms renewed not more than once
in each two (2) year period.
Overcoat or raincoat renewed not more
than once in each five (5) year period. UNIFORMS continued
'4«2 The arrangement regarding the supplying of one
uniform, cap, braid and buttons, cap badge, free of charge with
each uniform supplied or purchased, not exceeding one allowance
per annum, will continue.  Officers joining the Company come
within the scope of this•Sub-Section after one month's service.
14.3 Clean coveralls will be supplied to Officers on
an exchange basis.
DECK OFFICERS - One pair of coveralls
each second week.
ENGINEERS - Two pair of coveralls each
week.
These coveralls will remain the property of
the Company and an employee will be charged with the cost of
replacing any coveralls not returned to the Company on an
exchange basis.
WELFARE BENEFITS
15.1 All premiums payable to the Standard Marine
Industry Welfare Plan (amended January 1st 1976 )shaI I be borne
by the Company.  The Company will pay one-half the cost of the
B.C. Medical Services Plan.
15.2 The existing Guild Dental Plan equivalent to
the (80$) M.S.A. Plan will be maintained on a 50/50 cost
sha ri ng bas i s.
15.3 .    Upgrade present Plan to the following level:-.
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1st 1976:-
Weekly Indemnity - $180.00
Life Insurance, A.D.&D.     - $15,000.00
Long Term Disability       - $600.00 per month
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1st 1977:-
Weekly Indemnity - $190.00
Life Insurance, A.D.&D.     - $18,000.00
Long Term Disability       - $650.00 per month
The Long Term Disability Plan shall be
maintained on a 50/50 cost sharing basis, providing benefits
as above for total disability from the fifty-second (52nd)
week of disability through to normal retirement.
REPRESENTATIVE PASSES
16.1 Authorized Representatives of the Guild shall have
the right to go on board the Vessels covered by this Agreement
at all reasonable times for the purpose of consulting with the
Masters and Officers employed thereon.
SENIORITY AND PROMOTIONS
17.1 A Seniority List of all Officers covered by
this Agreement showing name, rank, date of entering the service
in their respective Department and accumulated service with the
Company in months shall De prepared immediately following the
signing of this Agreement and posted on each of the Company's
Vessels.  A copy shall be forwarded to the Guild.  This Seniority
List shall thereafter be revised not later than January of
each calendar year for the duration of this Agreement.  A period
of ninety (90) days shalI be allowed for an Officer to appeal
any alleged errors or omissions in the Seniority List. .
- 10 -
SENIORITY AND PROMOTIONS continued
17.2 AllOfficers hired by the Company and all
promotions or demotions etcetera  will be for a probationary
period of six (6) months.
After the above probationary period, Seniority
as an Officer, as it applies to promotions, demotions etcetera,
shall commence on the date he first sails as an Officer
with the Company.
17.3 All promotions shall be based on Seniority
within the Company, provided qualifications and ability are
sufficient.  The Company to be the sole judge, subject to appeal
under the Disputes and Appeals Clause of this Agreement.
Any Officer not promoted in his turn or who has
been demoted out of turn shall, upon written request, be furnished
the reasons thereof in writing.
17.6 In reducing or increasing Officer personnel,
ability and qualifications being sufficient, Seniority of
Service shall prevail.  When lay-offs become necessary the last
Officer hired shall be the first Officer laid off.  When
Officers are called back to duty the last laid off shall be the
first rehired.  All Officers covered by this Agreement shall
keep the Company and the Guild informed of their current address
and telephone number.  Failure to do so shall automatically
disqualify them from any benefits they are entitled to under
th i s CIause.
17.7 WhenanOfficeris temp.orari ly required to sail
in a lesser capacity on another ship with a lower pay scale,
his wages shall continue at the rate that he is entitled to
by his Seniority within the Company.
17.8 Trainee Engineer Officers Seniority will be
only accumulated for the purpose of vacation benefits.
MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS
18.1 It is agreed and understood that it shall be
the prerogative of the Company to require that all Masters
and Officers covered by this Agreement undergo a medical
examination once per year, which shall be at the Company's
expense on the Company's time.  In a case where an Officer
is deemed by the Company's Medical Officer to be not sufftcient'v
medically fit to carry out the duties required of him, such
Officer, before he is discharged or sent on sick leave, shall
have the right of consulting a physician of his own choice.
Should the finding of the Company's Medical Officer and the
Officer's physician be at variance, an impartial medical
authority shall be called upon to examine the Officer and his
findings shall be binding on both parties.  Expense of such
examinations shall be borne by the Company except for such
examination conducted by the physician appointed by the Officer. ■»
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MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS continued
18.2 Officers joining the Company as new employees
shall submit to a medical examination prior to employment if
required by the Company.  In such cases the examination shall
be at no expense.to the Officer concerned regardless of whether
he is found medically fit or not.  The Company's Medical Officer-
shall be the sole judge in cases of Officers joining the
Company as new employees.
GUILD PORTABLE PENSION PLAN
19.1 The Company agrees to continue to pay into a
Portable Industry Pension Plan on behalf of any Officer who
is contributing equally to the Plan.  It is agreed that the •
amount to be contributed will be five percent (.5%)   of the
Officer's basic salary less Canada Pension contributions.
LEAVE OF ABSENCE
20. I
Officers shall be allowed Leave of Absence for:
(a) Injury or illness for the term of the
Agreement.
(b) Compassionate reasons up to six
(6) months.
(c) Employees elected or appointed to
Guild Office for the term of the
Agreement with extension upon mutual
consent.
(d) Employees elected as delegates to
meetings, conventions or committees
for the time required.
20.2 Seniority shall accumulate during Leave of
Absence, up to one year from the date Leave was taken.
Seniority shall then remain stationary until the Officer
returns to work for the Company.
20.3 It is agreed that before the employee receives
this Leave of Absence, where possible, the employer will be
given due notice in writing in order to replace the employee
with a competent substitute.
EDUCATION AND UP-GRADING
21.I An Officer (on request) will be given assistance
for an up-grading course in accordance with the following
cond it ions:-
(a)  The Employer shall reimburse the
Officer for tuition, books and
examination fees if he successfully
completes the approved course.  If
he fails to complete the course, the
Officer shall bear the costs of these
items.
(b)  The Employer shall have discretion as
to the priority of attendance and the
number of Officers who may take courses
at one period of time. - 12
EDUCATION AND UP-GRADING continued
21.1
(c)
i i
If an Officer runs out of time
during the attendance at an
approved course, th,3 Employer
shall loan him funds to the
extent of continuing the Officer's
basic monthly pay and shall continue
payroll benefits under this Agreement.
If Government assistance is available,
the Officer shall apply and if granted,
the amount advanced during the course
shall be reduced by the sum of such
Government assistance.
(d) At the completion of the course an Officer
shall return to work for the Employer
until such loan is repaid.  If an Officer
fails to do so, the Guild will render cooperation toward recovery of the loan,
(e) In the case of a dispute as to suitability
of the course applied for the Education
and Up-grading Committee shall rule as to
whether the course qualifies for assistance.
(f) The maximum time allowed for such education
or up-grading courses shall not exceed
four (4) months.
ACCOMMODATION
22.1 All Officers covered by this Agreement shall
be provided with a single berth cabin containing the following
mi n i ma :-
(a) Such cabin shall be kept dry, heated,
lighted, ventilated and insulated against
noise with easy access to the deck and to
be situated above deck or the deepest
water Ii ne.
(b) Such cabin shall contain a bed, a wash
basin with hot and cold water, carpet
floor covering, sufficient closet space,
mirror, chair, settee and/or desk.
(c) First class bedding, linen and towels
shall be supplied.  Officers' cabins
to be cleaned and made up daily.
(d) In the event of such bedding or linen
being lost or destroyed the party responsible is to replace same or have
the equivalent value deducted from his
pay.
To apply to new construc+icr., major ronvsr?''	
or additions to the fleet.
Every effort will be made to meet these standards
on existing equipment.
J 13
REMUNERATION
23. I The basic rates of pay shall be as follows:-
EFFECT1VE 1st JANUARY 1976:
VESSEL
POSITION
MONTHLY
DAI LY
OVERTIME
RATE
RATE
CI.   1/2)
(2)
CH.   OFFICER
$1,435.00
$47.83
$13.29
$17.72
2nd   OFFICER
1,352.00
45.06
12.59
16.69
2nd   ENGINEER
1,419.00
47.30
13. 14
17.52
FREIGHT    CLERK
1,2 57.00
41 .90
1 1 .64
1 5. 52
CH.   OFFICER
1,401.00
46.70
12.97
17.30
2nd  OFFICER
1,335.00
44.50
12.36
16. 48
2nd   ENGINEER
1,385.00
46. 16
12.82
17. 10
FREIGHT CLERK
1,257.00
41 .90
1 1 .64
15.52
MATE
1,434.00
47.80
13.28 .
17.70
2nd   ENGINEER
1,434.00
47.80
13.28
17.70
ISLAND   PRINCE
SKEENA PRINCE
OCEAN PRINCE
EFFECTIVE 1st JANUARY 1977:
OCEAN" PRINCE      MATE 1,577.00    52.56  14.60   19.47
2nd ENGINEER  1,577.00    52.56  14.60   19.47
In addition to the foregoing a separate flat
rate allowance per month of Eighty Dollars ($80.00) will be
paid to all non Watchkeeping Masters and Chief Engineers
employed by the Company.
23.2 It is agreed and understood that if additional
vessels are placed in operation in the coastal trade, the rates
of pay shall be subject to mutual agreement in writing, due regard
being taken of the gross tonnage and carrying capacity of such
vessels.  All other conditions of employment shall be according
to this Agreement.  In the event agreement is not reached on
wages, Clause 3 of this Agreement shall apply.
23.3 In addition to the rates in Clause 23.1 above,
Officers shall receive the sum of One Dollar Fifty cents ($1.50)
per day for each day that Clause 11.3 is in effect.
23.4 In addition to the Master and Chief Engineer,
the Officer complement and watch systems are as follows:-
VESSEL
ISLAND PRINCE
SKEENA PRINCE
OCEAN PRINCE
OFFICERS
2
I
2
2
MATES
ENGINEER
MATES
ENGINEERS
MATE
ENGINEER
WATCH SYSTEM
6 hrs on & 6 hrs.
6 hrs on & 6 hrs.
6 hrs,
6 hrs,
on & 6 hrs,
on & 6 hrs
off
off
off
off
6 hrs. on & 6 hrs. off
6 hrs. on & 6 hrs. off 14 -
LEGAL DEFENCE INSURANCE
24.1 Legal Defence Insurance for Officers covered
by this Agreement shall be. provided in the following manner:-
The Guild shall provide Legal Defence Insurance
which shalI be paid for by the Company at the rate
of One Dollar Twenty-five cents ($1.25) per month
for each Officer in its employ, effective the date
the Agreement is signed.
24.2 The Company and Officers shall be advised
to the terms, conditions and extent of coverage so placed.
MEAL HOUR PENALTY
as
25.1 Effective on ratification of this Agreement
in all cases if one (I) unbroken hour is not given including
night meals when working cargo, the Officers involved shall
receive one (I) hour's overtime in lieu thereof.  This overtime
hour shall be in.addition to the actual overtime worked during
the meal hour, but sufficient time to eat shall be allowed at
first opportunity which shall not be deducted from the overtime
period if work is continuous.  This Penalty Meal Hour shall not
apply to regular watchkeeping duties.
INTERPRETATION
26.1 Any clarification or interpretation that is
mutually acceptable to the parties hereto may be made and
incorporated as an Addendum to this Agreement any time during
the life of this Agreement.  AM such clarifications or interpretations shall be in writing duly signed by the parties hereto.
EFFECTIVE DATE '
27.1 Except as otherwise provided, the effective
date of this Agreement shall be January 1st 1976.
TERMINATION
28.1 This Agreement shall remain in full force and
effect for a period of twenty-four (24) months from January
1st 1976 and thereafter subject to ninety (90) days Notice in
writing from either party of its desire to revise amend or
terminate same
October 1977.
Such Notice may be given any time after 1st
RETROACTIVITY
29.1 Wages and overtime retroactive to 1st January
1976 unless otherwise stated.
MISCELLANEOUS .
l_ Radios to be supplied in each of the Officer's
cabins.  Radios to be of good quality, cost to be $75.00 at
who IesaIe rates.
2. A washer and dryer to be installed for the
exclusive use of Officers employed on Freight Ships.
3. A list of Officers accumulated leave to be
forwarded to the Guild each month.
4. If hard hats and life jackets are required by
the Company, they shall be supplied by the Company at no cost
to the employee. /""
( 2
15 -
SIGNED ON BEHALF OF:
NORTHLAND NAVIGATION CO. LTD.
SIGNED ON BEHALF OF THE:
CANADIAN MERCHANT SERVICE GUILD,
Dated at Vancouver, B. C. , this day of_
1977
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AND THE
ADDENDUM TO THE AGREEMENT
NORTHLAND NAVIGATION CO. LTD.,
CANADIAN MERCHANT SERVICE GUILD
1. This document is prepared and signed under the authority
of the Interpretation Clause of the Collective Agreement
signed between the above-named parties.
2. PURPOSE
This Addendum is designed to recognize that due to the
pecularities of the responsibilities and authorities of
the Master and Chief Engineer of a Vessel, CLAUSES 4.1,
6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, 6.5, 6.6 and 6.7 do not apply to
the Masters and non-watchkeeping Chief Engineers in the
Company's employ and the terms of this Addendum will
apply to their stead.
3. This Addendum will also contain the salaries of all
Masters and Chief Engineers and as a result they will not
be shown in Collective Agreement.
4. All other terms and conditions of the Collective Agreement
which do not conflict with this Addendum shall apply to
the Masters and Chief Engineers.
5. Masters and Chief Engineers shall be considered to have
worked a full day for the purpose of wage and leave
calculations for any day that they are assigned to a
Vesse I .
6. Watchkeeping Chief Engineers shall be provided with a
form to enable them to record the number of.hours worked
each day in relation to paragraph 7 below.
7. For the purpose of calculating overtime for hours worked
in excess of norma I watches a minimum of one (I) hour
sha II be paid.
8. It is understood and agreed that the MASTERS on the
ISLAND PRINCE and SKEENA PRINCE are non-watchkeepers but
will be entitled to a leave factor of 1.24 for each
day worked.
It is further understood that the above Masters will
arrange meal relief for breakfast and supper whil on
sea watch without penalty to the Company.
9.
WAGES
EF£ECTJ.VE 1st JANUARY 1976^
VESSEL POSITION
MONTHLY     DAILY      OVERTIME
RATE        RATE   (I 1/2)   (2)
ISLAND PRINCE
MASTER
CH.ENGINEER
$1 ,783.00
I,623.00
$59.43
54. 10
SKEENA PRINCE
MASTER
CH.ENGINEER
1 ,716.00
i ,595.00
57.20
53. 16
14.77
19.69
OCEAN PRINCE
MASTER
CH.ENGINEER
I ,855.00
I ,623.00
61 .83
54. 10
17. 18
15.03
22.90
20.04
£FfECTJ_VE_ 1st J.ANUARY 1977j_
OCEAN PRINCE     MASTER '      2,040.00    68.00  18.39   25.19
CH.ENGINEER   1,785.00    59.50  16.53   22.04 .
.
- 2 -
10. In addition to the above rates a flat rate
allowance of Eighty Dollars ($80.00) will be paid to all
non-watchkeeping Masters and Chief Engineers employed by
the Company.
11. TERMINATION
This Addendum shall terminate and be subject to
future negotiations at the same time as the Collective Agreement
that is appended to and shall not require separate notice for
such purpose.
SIGNED ON BEHALF OF:
NORTHLAND NAVIGATION CO. LTD.,
SIGNED ON BEHALF OF THE:
CANADIAN MERCHANT SERVICE GUILD,
Dated at Vancouver, B. C, this
day of
1977
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