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The following Act and regulation provide the Minister of Labour, Training and Skills Development with legal authority to indirectly collect personal information contained within an arbitration award and publish the award, along with any personal information contained within it, to the Grievance Arbitration Awards Portal:

  • Labour Relations Act, 1995, s. 95.1; and
  • Labour Relations Act, 1995 - General, s. 1 (O.Reg. 94/07)
The Minister of Labour, Training and Skills Development may indirectly collect personal information about grievors, witnesses, and other parties identified as part of an arbitration award filed with the Minister.  The awards will be published as filed and the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development will not redact the contents of any arbitration award that it receives.

Grievance arbitration awards filed with the Minister of Labour, Training and Skills Development from January 1, 2014 onwards will be published on the Grievance Arbitration Awards Portal.

If you have any questions about personal information indirectly collected as part of an arbitration award filed with the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development or about personal information published as part of an arbitration award filed with the Minister of Labour, Training and Skills Development prior to July 1, 2019, you may contact:

Manager, Collective Bargaining Information Services
Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development
400 University Avenue, 8th Floor
Toronto, ON M7A 1T7
416 326-1260