1. At the employer-union meeting which was held on December 8, 1976 and in which six UIC managers in Quebec participated with Mr. Pierre Gadbois, Director, heading their group, and five regional union officers led by Mr. Robert Goyette, Regional President, did the five managers accompanying Mr. Gadbois admit that they had not read the document entitled Cadre des rencontres patronales-syndicates submitted by the union on May 26, 1976, and did they refuse to have it inserted in the minutes of the meeting?
2. Was the only item on the agenda of the meeting the document mentioned in Part 1?
3. Did Mr. Gadbois in regard to invitations for consultation extended by the union on May 26, August 30, October 17, 1976, consider the document submitted by the union as an obstacle to the meetings?
4. On December 8, 1976, upon reading the document, did Mr. Gadbois indicate he agreed almost completely with the union paper, except for a matter of little importance?
August 4, 1977
5. Did Mr. Michel Fortin, Chief of the UIC Labour Relations in Quebec, admit to Mr. Robert Goyette, the Quebec President of the Union, that the management refused to study the paper because they thought the union was demanding co-management?
6. Was Mr. Goyette dismissed under these circumstances, even though it was not in keeping with the reasons put forward by management?
7. Since December 8, 1976, has the union invited management to employer-union meetings on particular dates and, has management refused to take part in such meetings?
8. Is the prevailing atmosphere in employer-union relationships in the UIC in Quebec favourable to changes such as the merger proposed in Bill C-27 now before the House and, if so, what are the future intentions of the government?
Topic: ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS
Subtopic: QUESTIONS ON THE ORDER PAPER