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City Of Lloydminster Collective Agreement

At the Regular Council on Monday, 10 June 2019, the Council voted in favour of ratifying the agreement, which includes nine full-time and up to 40 paid child care positions. Prior to May 2018, the Lloydminster Fire Department was working on a volunteer model with four full-time employees. “City and IAFF officials have worked diligently over the past few months to develop a clear and fair agreement that is consistent with agreements in other municipalities with comparable populations in Alberta and Saskatchewan,” said Mayor Gerald Aalbers. “Protecting the quality of fires is essential for every municipality, and through this agreement we guarantee a high level of protection for The residents and businesses of Lloydminster.” “During the five days of discussion, we were always able to find common ground, while we worked on a long list of terms,” Levy said. “Clear and honest communication throughout the negotiations has allowed us to reach a fair and just agreement that meets the needs of the City of Lloydminster and the members of CUPE Local 1015.” The most recent collective agreement expired on December 31, 2018. The city`s administrative negotiating committee and the EU`s negotiating committee met for a total of five days between 28 November 2018 and 4 January 2019 and reached an agreement to meet the needs of both sides. With the agreement ratified by both parties, the City of Lloydminster will consider additional operational requirements through a fire service master plan, which will be finalized in the coming months. Leo Par├ęDirector, CommunicationsP: 780-875-6184 Ext.2711E: lpare@lloydminster.ca CUPE represents 265 employees of the City of Lloydminster. The new collective agreement, adopted at the Regular Council on 14 January 2019, expires in December 2021. “Council commends the negotiating committees for a strong and fair agreement that allows the City of Lloydminster to continue to provide quality services to residents,” said Deputy Mayor Michael Diachuk. “Our municipality strives to attract and retain qualified and dedicated staff, while providing exceptional service value to our payers; The new agreement will help us achieve these goals.

Lloydminster, AB/SK – Lloydminster City Council has approved a new collective agreement between the City of Lloydminster and the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Local 1015. IAFF Local 5182 met with its members on Wednesday, June 5, 2019 and received support for the collective agreement.