Act respecting labour standards Chapter VIII - Miscellaneous, transitional and final provisions (Section 148 to 172)
Chapter VIII - Miscellaneous, transitional and final provisions (Section 148 to 172)
Effect of a collective agreement
Except in respect of what concerns minimum wage and maternity leave, which applies from 16 April 1980, a collective agreement in force pursuant to the Labour Code (chapter C-27) on 16 April 1980 continues to have effect until the date of its expiry, even where it fails to include one or another of the labour standards adopted under this Act or where any of its provisions is contrary to any of such standards.
The same rule applies to a collective agreement negotiated in accordance with the Labour Code and signed within ninety days after 16 April 1980 and to a decree passed, prolonged or renewed within the same period of time.
The first paragraph applies, mutatis mutandis, to a decree in force on 16 April 1980 until the date of its expiry, prolongation or renewal.
1979, c. 45, s. 157; 1980, c. 5, s. 11.