BETWEEN Sample Clauses

BETWEEN. The Ontario Catholic School TrusteesAssociation (hereinafter called ‘OCSTA’) AND The Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (hereinafter called the ‘OECTA’) RE: Health and Safety Whereas health and safety is a shared responsibility between the workplace parties; and whereas legislation governs obligations with respect to health and safety in the workplace; and whereas school boards have developed policies, practices and procedures to comply with these legislative requirements; and whereas the central parties are committed to supporting local workplace health and safety.
BETWEEN. The Elementary TeachersFederation of Ontario (hereinafter called the ‘ETFO’) AND The Ontario Public School BoardsAssociation (hereinafter called ‘OPSBA’)
BETWEEN. The Ontario Catholic School TrusteesAssociation (hereinafter called ‘OCSTA’) AND The Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (hereinafter called ‘OECTA’) AND The Crown RE: OECTA’s Court Challenge It is understood and agreed that the increases identified in Article 2 are agreed to without prejudice to OECTA’s right to continue its application in Court File No. CV-20- 006360890000 challenging the constitutionality of the Protecting a Sustainable Public Sector for Future Generations Act, 2019 SO 2019, c 12. It is further understood and agreed that OECTA will not amend its application in Court File No. CV-20- 006360890000 to seek a declaration that Ontario Regulation 132/12 – Class Size (as amended by Ontario Regulation 287/19) or Ontario Regulation 277/19 – Grants for Student NeedsLegislative Grants for the 2019-2020 School Board Fiscal Year are unconstitutional. LETTER OF AGREEMENT #15 BETWEEN The Ontario Catholic School Trustees’ Association (hereinafter called ‘OCSTA’) AND The Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (hereinafter called ‘OECTA’) RE: The Support for Students Fund OECTA and OCSTA agree that subject to school boards receiving funding consistent with the Supports for Students Fund in the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 school years the following shall apply for the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 school years: The “Support for Students Fund” shall be allocated to English-language Roman Catholic school boards to create additional teacher positions to provide school boards with more flexibility to address special education, unique learning needs as well as mental health initiatives and STEM programming, in accordance with the FTE allocations identified in Appendix III. The positions created shall not include coordinators, consultants, or student success teachers. The Joint Staffing Committee (JSC) shall meet to discuss the resulting allocation of these positions. Consistent with Article 11.8 of Part A, the Joint Staffing Committee (JSC) will be provided with information relevant to 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 school staffing levels. Five working days prior to the JSC meeting, the board shall provide, to the members of the JSC areas of student need, where it is believed that additional qualified teachers are required to provide student support. The JSC shall meet to discuss the resulting allocation of additional positions, based on student needs, arising from the system investment for the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 school years. The number of position...
BETWEEN. The Elementary TeachersFederation of Ontario (hereinafter called the ‘ETFO’) AND The Ontario Public School BoardsAssociation (hereinafter called ‘OPSBA’) AND The Crown RE: Half Day of Violence Prevention Training Effective in the 2020-21 school year and each subsequent year of the collective agreement, one half Professional Activity (PA) day will be allocated for violence prevention training. This half PA day will occur prior to December 31st of each year. Each year, the School Board shall consult with the union and Joint Health and Safety Committee(s) regarding the topics and scheduling of this half PA Day designated for violence prevention training. Topics may include but are not limited to: • Roadmap Resource • Online Incident Reporting SoftwareNotification of Potential Risk of Injury Forms • Prevention and De-escalation of Violence • Effective Risk Assessments and Safety Plan Development The Parties recommend that the materials produced by the Provincial Working Group – Health and Safety be used as resource materials for this training. LETTER OF AGREEMENT #4
BETWEEN. The Ontario Catholic School TrusteesAssociation (hereinafter called ‘OCSTA’) AND The Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (hereinafter called the ‘OECTA’) RE: Existing Provisions on Utilization of Sick Leave/STLDP Days The parties acknowledge that should rights or terms and conditions of employment in effect as at August 16, 2015, provide that teachers may use sick leave/STLDP days for reasons other than those described in Articles 3 and 4, sick leave/STLDP days may be used for those reasons as well. Any difference arising from the interpretation, application or administration of this Letter of Agreement may be referred to the Central Dispute Resolution Process for final and binding resolution. This Letter of Agreement will form part of the Central Terms between the parties and will be adopted by the parties effective upon ratification. The parties agree that this Letter of Agreement shall be reviewed at the next round of central bargaining. LETTER OF AGREEMENT #5 BETWEEN The Ontario Catholic School Trustees’ Association (hereinafter called ‘OCSTA’) - and - The Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (hereinafter called the ‘OECTA’ or the “Association”) - and - The Crown
BETWEEN. The Ontario Catholic School TrusteesAssociation (hereinafter called ‘OCSTA’) AND The Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (hereinafter called ‘OECTA’) RE: No Reprisals OCSTA and OECTA agree that: There shall be no reprisals for any member participating in OECTA’s 2020 strike. No teacher shall suffer discrimination, harassment, or any form of reprisal by the employer brought about as a result of action taken during OECTA’s 2020 strike. • A strike day shall not be construed as an interruption of either the calculation of consecutive days for the purposes of determining whether an occasional teaching assignment is a long term occasional assignment, or the interruption of a long term occasional assignment. • Teachers in receipt of extended sick leave or STLDP pay prior to the commencement of a strike day and who remained unfit to work during such strike, shall receive sick leave or STLDP pay, consistent with the eligibility requirements of Part A, Article 3 or 4 including medical confirmation where appropriate. • Where a teacher had scheduled and been approved for a paid leave of absence in advance of strike day notice being provided, the teacher will be provided with payment for the paid leave and the leave shall be recorded as having been taken. Where the above actions resolve any outstanding matters raised by grievances, those grievances shall be withdrawn. OCSTA shall bring to the attention of OECTA any grievance that remains active for which it believes the matter has been resolved. LETTER OF AGREEMENT #18 BETWEEN The Ontario Catholic School Trustees’ Association (hereinafter called ‘OCSTA’) AND The Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (hereinafter called ‘OECTA’) AND The Crown
BETWEEN. The Ontario Catholic School TrusteesAssociation (hereinafter called ‘OCSTA’) AND The Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (hereinafter called ‘OECTA’) RE: Status Quo Board Imposed Fees/Levies The parties agree that for the term of this collective agreement, including any applicable statutory freeze period, any fee/levy imposed by a Catholic school board and charged to Catholic teachers shall remain status quo to those that were being charged as at August 31, 2019. No new fee/levy, including a new parking fee/levy, not already in place as of August 31, 2019, shall be imposed by a school board, an agent of the school board, or any third party contracted by a school board. For clarity, this LOA does not apply to fees/levies that are imposed by entities other than school boards but that may be collected by school boards on behalf of such entities. LETTER OF AGREEMENT #9 BETWEEN The Ontario Catholic School Trustees’ Association (hereinafter called ‘OCSTA’) AND The Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (hereinafter called ‘OECTA’)
BETWEEN. The Elementary TeachersFederation of Ontario (hereinafter called the ‘ETFO’) AND The Ontario Public School BoardsAssociation (hereinafter called ‘OPSBA’) AND The Crown Re: Professional Activity (PA) Days The Parties confirm that there will continue to be seven (7) PA days in each school year during the term of this collective agreement. LETTER OF AGREEMENT #5 BETWEEN The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (hereinafter called the ‘ETFO’) AND The Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (hereinafter called ‘OPSBA’) AND The Crown Re: Occasional Teacher Ability to Lock the Classroom Door School Boards will continue to ensure that Occasional Teachers have the ability to lock and unlock the classroom door. LETTER OF AGREEMENT #6 BETWEEN The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (hereinafter called the ‘ETFO’) AND The Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (hereinafter called ‘OPSBA’)
BETWEEN. (1) Xxxx Cheng Securities Limited, a company incorporated in Hong Kong with its registered office and principal business address at Unit 5-6, 00/X, Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx, 000 Xxxxxx Xxxxxx, Xxxx Xxx, Xxxxxxx, Xxxx Xxxx and a licensed corporation [CE No. BGB334] for Type 1 (dealing in securities) and Type 4 (advising on securities) regulated activity under the Securities and Futures Ordinance and an exchange participant of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (“the Company”); and 加多利證券有限公司 (「本公司」),為一間在香港註冊成立的公司,其註冊及主要營業地址為香港九龍旺角亞皆老街 109 號皆旺商業大廈 11 樓 5-6 室,並為根據【證券及期貨條例】就第一類(證券交易)及第四類(就證券提供意見)受規管活動獲發牌的持牌法團 (中央編號 : BGB334 ) ,及聯合交易所有限公司交易所參與者;及
BETWEEN. (1) Fulbright Securities Limited, a company incorporated in Hong Kong with its registered office and principal business address at Rooms 2608-11, 00/X, Xxxx Xx Xxxxxx, Xx.000 Xxxxxxxxx Xxxx Xxxxxxx, Xxxx Xxxx and a licensed corporation [CE No. AFB820] for Type 1 regulated activity (dealing in securities) and Type 4 regulated activity (advising on securities) under the Securities and Futures Ordinance and an exchange participant of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong ("the Company"); and 富昌證券有限公司(“本公司”),為一間在香港註冊成立的公司,其註冊及營業地址為香港干諾道中111號永安中心26樓2608-11室,並為根據《證券及期貨條例》就第一類受規管活動 (證券交易)及第四類受規管活動(就證券提供意見)獲發牌的持牌法團(中央編號:AFB820),及聯合交易所有限公司交易所參與者;及