2. Subject to paragraph 3, in the case of a remuneration plan which is not included in a collective agreement or an arbitration award, the terms of the plan may be amended, with the exception of any conditions relating to wage rates or any form of compensation referred to in paragraph 5(1.1) in the manner in which the plan was drawn up. E12.01 The employer may respond to a worker`s written request to work elsewhere in an appropriate act. The details of the alternative employment agreement are agreed and recorded in writing by the employer and the worker. The alternative employment agreement must comply with the provisions of this collective agreement. C3.03 Except in cases of emergency, custody agreement or mutual agreement, the employer undertakes to announce, as far as possible in advance, the conditions of performance of overtime. C7.04 Compensatory leave carried over from a previous fiscal year and suspended on September 30 of the following fiscal year shall be paid at the employee`s effective rate of pay on that date, unless it is transferred by mutual agreement. This payment must be made within six (6) weeks of the start of the first payment period after September 30. Paragraph 175(1)(a) of the Code provides that the regulatory authority may amend those provisions for each category of workers employed in an industrial undertaking, where the application of those provisions, without amendment, unreasmentally prejudices the interests of workers in those classes or the operation of the undertaking employing them; would be severely affected. Subsection 175(1)(b) of the Code provides that the regulatory authority shall exempt classes of workers from the application of new provisions relating to working time that cannot reasonably be applied to them. H5.04 If it turns out that the nature of the complaint is such that a decision cannot be taken below the final level, the first level may be eliminated by mutual agreement between the employer and the worker and, where appropriate, the institute. If the employer terminates an employee, the complaint is only presented at the last level.

Pursuant to subsection 55(3) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999, the Minister of Health announces a proposal to withdraw guidelines on Canadian drinking water quality. The proposed document will be available for public notice from February 21, 2020 to April 24, 2020 on the water quality website. . . .