1.4 The employer reserves exclusively all the powers, rights, powers, duties and responsibilities that are entrusted and transferred to the laws of the province of Alberta and is limited by the specific and explicit conditions of this collective agreement. The employer must act fairly, fairly and reasonably. 3.1.1 The employer pays all teachers 1/12 per month of the monthly salary calculated for this month. For the purposes of this collective agreement, the costs are considered part of the salary. If you have questions about your rights in the workplace, the best person you can talk to is your steward or local leader. You will know the details of your agreement. 2.3.2 A notice pursuant to subsection 2.3.1 is considered a notice of opening collective bargaining in accordance with section 59, paragraph 1, of the labour code. 3.3.1 The evaluation of teacher training for salary purposes is determined by a performance report issued by the Teacher Qualification Service, in accordance with guidelines established by the Ministry of Education, established by an agreement of 23 March 1967 between the Ministry of Education, the Association and the Alberta School Trustees Foundation. 15.9 Representatives of TEBA and the association meet within 15 days of operation to discuss the difference or at a later date, which is consensual for both parties. By mutual agreement between TEBA and the association, representatives of the employer concerned by the difference may be invited to participate in the discussion on difference. 2.4.1 Notwithstanding Article 59, paragraph 2 of the Labour Code, a notice of opening of local bargaining by an employer or association after 60 days beyond the collective agreement under Section 11, paragraph 4, of the PECBA, or any other provision, must be settled.

(a) An employer concerned corrects any non-compliance with the collective agreement. b) An employer concerned pays damages to the association, teachers or teachers involved, or both. c) TEBA and the association take measures deemed fair and proportionate by the arbitration body. For teachers, the employer contributes to the payment of the premiums of the plans covered in point 7.1.1 for an amount equal to 98% of the premium per teacher, with the exception of the disability cards covered in section 9.2 that exceed 30 calendar days or which are indicated elsewhere in this agreement or where the teacher is entitled to disability benefits. 4.3 The “A” wage plan is attached to this collective agreement and is an integral part of this collective agreement. 1.5 The implementation of this collective agreement does not lead to a teacher currently employed earning less than the salary calculated under a previous collective agreement, unless TEBA and the association have agreed to it. Career and technology teachers who receive higher payments prior to January 1, 1986 under collective agreements continue to receive these payments. 1.1 This collective agreement applies to employer workers who must, as a condition of their continued employment, have a valid teaching certificate issued under the supervision of Alberta Education, the Province of Alberta, or, if the context requires it, teachers, with the exception of those appointed superintendents, assistant superintendents, assistant superintendents, assistant superintendents, superintendents and directors.