Queen's University IRC

Interpreting the Collective Agreement: The Duty to Be Reasonable


Scott D. MacInnes

January 1, 1999

Court rulings differ with respect to the authority of arbitrators to require management to act fairly and reasonably in exercising discretion under a collective agreement. This paper looks at the legal framework and the controversy over this aspect of arbitration with collective labour agreements.

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