4.4 Regardless of the date of termination of this Agreement, the current conditions remain in full force until further contract destruction or strike/lock-out stagnates, depending on what happens first. 2. Teachers working on part-time contracts for housing or rehabilitation contracts are granted each year. The payment of sickness claims is determined by the period for which the teacher should work on the day the sick leave was taken. 1.6 “flat payment” refers to a one-time payment corresponding to other one-time payments sometimes referred to as signing bonuses. The “flat payment” does not specifically include the continuation or extension of the lump sum payments currently provided for in the existing transaction agreements between districts and unions listed in item 1.1 of this letter. 15.2 “central post” refers to any object that is in italics in this collective agreement. 1.6 This collective agreement nullifies all previous collective agreements and related provisions. 2.2.1 Negotiations on the list of central and local affairs must begin no later than 6 months and no more than 8 months before the expiry of the collective agreement in force at the time and be initiated by a written communication from the Federation or teBA to the other. The 2007-2012 collective agreement between The Greater St Albert Catholic Regional Division No. 29 and the Alberta Teachers` Association 1.1 “Conciliation Agreement” includes the following provincial collective contracts for the period from April 1, 2017: – The Government of Alberta and the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees respecting the Locals 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 12 – Alberta Health Services and United Nurses of Alberta – Alberta Health Services and the Health Sciences Association of Alberta – Alberta Health Services and Alberta Union of Provincial Employees – General Support Services 6.4.2 A part-time teacher cannot vary his or her task by more than 0.2 without mutual consent The Schedule Policy Commission a part-time continuing teacher is consistent , unless it is agreed.
(a) on the interpretation, application, reflection or alleged violation of a central point, including whether that difference is arbitral; (b) on the interpretation, application or alleged violation of a central or non-central point, including whether such a difference is arbitral; and (c) if the association asserts that conditions are implied or included in the collective agreement, including whether such a difference is arbitral.