If you belong to a bargaining unit that has ratified its 2018-2020 collective agreement, this new agreement will be posted below as soon as it has been prepared, corrected and fully signed by all parties. If it is not displayed below, you can view the ratified memoranda of understanding here (see local negotiations in file updates). This search page should only display current and most recent past agreements. If you would like access to previous agreements, please contact the CBA analyst at 780-427-8301. You can view, print or download the full text of each agreement. This is a free service. No subscription or password is required. Resources for superiors and managers to assist in the application of collective agreements and manuals. A: Collective agreements can be found online at: employment.alberta.ca/apps/cba/search.asp collective agreements are not being complied with by the Alberta Labour Relations Board. For information on a collective agreement or a copy of a collective agreement, please contact the Collective Agreement Information Services at (780) 427-8301.

F: How do I get information about a given collective agreement or get a copy of a collective agreement? Why are only two agreements respected for each negotiation relationship? After a treaty is ratified, how long will it take for the parties to design and sign the new collective agreement? Looking for your collective agreement or the current minutes of the meeting? Look for a list of downloadable documents. If your bargaining unit has not completed negotiations with your school jurisdiction, employers cannot arbitrarily change pay or working conditions. Expiring collective agreements will continue to be fulfilled until a new agreement is ratified. The government is subject to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act with respect to the provision of agreements containing personal data such as employee names. This information is blacked out before the agreement is made available for research. Filing your collective agreement in accordance with section 132 of the Labour Relations Act helps to improve the quality of information on collective agreements. The province uses this data to produce reports such as the Bargaining Update, which provides the public with information on labour relations and collective bargaining. Once an agreement has been negotiated, it can undergo several changes before signing and submitting a final copy, which can take months. You can view the agreement on the following pages. You will also find here a PDF of the full agreement. The Labour Relations Act requires trade unions and employers to send a copy of their collective agreement to the Director of Mediation Services.