If an agreement has not yet been ratified or if no final copy has been filed, it will not appear on this site. EDMONTON, July 5, 2018 /CNW/ – Aurora Cannabis Inc. (Aurora) (TSX: ACB) (OTCQB: ACBFF) (Frankfurt: 21P); WKN: A1C4WM) announced today that it has entered into an agreement with the Alberta Gaming, Liquor & Cannabis Commission (“AGLC”) to provide quality cannabis products for the province`s adult market. Therefore, Aurora will initially allocate up to 25,000 kg of product to this market for the first 6 months of sales. AGLC is responsible for regulating the private licence of cannabis, distributing cannabis to retailers and operating the online cannabis store www.albertacannabis.org. You can view, print or download the full text of each agreement. This is a free service. No subscription or password is required. New Article 51 Respectful Employment – Identifies the protection afforded by human rights legislation and contains definitions of harassment in the workplace, harassment in the workplace and sexual harassment. The article also identifies procedures for dealing with formal complaints. New Section 52 Classification – Definition of procedures for setting compensation for new classifications within the bargaining unit. There is also an appeal procedure for the classification set out in the agreement, but the final decision is not open to prosecution. New Article 53 Contracting Out – including consultation of the Union 90 days before any decision on procurement.
The union also has the opportunity to approach the employer to discuss positions/work already on contract, in order to provide the service with bargaining unit staff. New letter of agreement – to include the health expense account in the collective agreement. New Letter of Understanding – Consultation with the Union prior to any changes to health care plans. Nearly 6,000 public sector jobs in Alberta could be cut as the UCP government seeks to cut costs and generate efficiencies, Alberta`s largest union said in letters released late Friday afternoon. The union received the letters ahead of collective bargaining for 2020. The letters are not formal notices of termination, but, as requested as part of the collective bargaining process, they outline cuts that the provincial government could make. The potential reductions would affect 2500 positions within the Government of Alberta in several ministries as well as the following positions in Alberta health services: Aurora`s three facilities in Alberta – Aurora Sky, Mountain and Sun – with a combined production capacity of more than 250,000 kg per year are perfectly capable of providing Aurora with reliable, provide the province with a quality supply of cannabis. Through this agreement, Aurora, Alberta`s medical cannabis market leader, will play an important role in ensuring that the province`s adult market has enough products.
“AGLC and the Government of Alberta have been relentlessly committed to developing the best possible framework for an effective legal marketplace for adult use that prevents cannabis from ending up in the hands of youth,” said Terry Booth, CEO. . . .