Saskatchewan. The Joint Board of Trustees are hereby authorized to do all things necessary including the development of and entering into a Trust Agreement for and on behalf of the Employers and the Local Unions. The parties agree that the trust agreement between the Saskatchewan Construction Labour Relations Council or its successor and the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers dated November 4, 1980, which constitutes the trust fund referred to in this Article together with any and all amendments and future amendments of the said trust agreement is hereby incorporated by reference into and becomes part of this collective agreement and is binding upon each Employer bound by this collective agreement as though such Employer had executed the trust agreement and any and all amendments thereto. The Employer shall contribute an amount per hour in accordance with Appendix A and B for each hour worked by each Employee covered by this Agreement and shall remit such contributions to the Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers Insurance Benefit Trust Fund of Alberta & Saskatchewan (the “Health & Welfare Fund”), 9th Floor, 0000 - 000 Xxxxxx, Xxxxxxxx, Xxxxxxx, X0X 0X0 together with an Employer Report form provided for this purpose, except for contributions submitted on behalf of workers who are in Saskatchewan on travel cards from any Canadian jurisdiction, will be reciprocated by the Health & Welfare Fund to the Trustees of the Health & Welfare Fund which operates in the jurisdiction of their home local unions provided a reciprocal agreement is in effect between the Trustees of both Funds.
Saskatchewan. The Joint Board of Trustees are hereby empowered and authorized to do all things necessary for the selection, implementation and administration of the Bricklayers Pension Fund, including entering into the necessary Trust Agreement on behalf of the Employers and the Unions. The parties agree that the trust agreement between the Alberta Signatory Locals and the Saskatchewan Signatory Locals of the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers and the Construction Labour Relations Association of Alberta dated April 1, 1977, which constitutes the trust fund referred to in this Article together with any and all amendments and future amendments of the said trust agreement is hereby incorporated by reference into and becomes part of this Collective Agreement and is binding upon each Employer bound by this Agreement as though such Employer had executed the trust agreement and any and all amendments thereto.
Saskatchewan. A. The classifications and the hourly wage rates applicable thereto shall be as follows:
Saskatchewan. There were 13 ESPC projects in Saskatchewan over the last 10 years, almost as many as there were in the other four western provinces. The main reason for this was that SaskPower, the provincially owned integrated electricity utility, actively promoted the use of ESPCs by its institutional customers. They also sought an ESCO partner to undertake this work and after a competitive bid, formed a joint venture with Honeywell. Their five year agreement was renewed for a further 5 year term. Like Alberta, Saskatchewan also offers long term capital to public enterprises through a debenture program. A recent development of interest is the RFP that was issued by Saskatoon for an ESPC.;
Saskatchewan. 1. Leyes y reglamentos:
Saskatchewan. For the purpose of temporary intra‐provincial operation as provided for in item 4, in Saskatchewan the time period for temporary operation of category B vehicles as described in item 1(a)(i) is limited to 90 days in a calendar year with these 90 days including any operation of the vehicle in the Province of Saskatchewan.