Collective Agreement Cote Saint Luc

The City`s objective was to maintain or improve the services offered while keeping the tax rate as low as possible. This has become increasingly difficult with cuts in provincial government transfers and wage increases for our unionized employees imposed by collective agreements. Côte Saint-Luc a priori investment projects such as road works and pipe repairs, where money is recovered from the governments of Canada or Quebec. Not only do we save money for the project, but we also save money in the long run by avoiding water pipe breaks. Water pipe breaks have been reduced by 58% in the last five years compared to the previous 5 years. The job is to monitor swimmers and make sure they follow pool regulations in order to avoid accidents and maintain discipline. Rescue for swimmers in difficulty and first aid in case of accident. Possess a certificate given 16 hours of first aid courses given by a recognized organization. Erdelyi served a two-year term on the Board of Directors of La Symbiose, a non-profit group deed to help new immigrants in the region adjust to life in Canada.

He was a member of the Board of Directors of the Montreal Heritage Disease Fund, whose objective is to raise public awareness and promote screening for common genetic diseases. He was a member of the Board of Directors of the Quebec-Israel Committee and then served on the Board of Directors of the organization`s successor, the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs – Quebec. Côte Saint-Luc has launched new special events, such as the annual Mega Garage Sale, and has renewed our Canada Day activities and winter carnivals as a city. The library was renovated to improve services to residents and visitors had more digital options. The annual membership fee is abolished. Make regular statements about the presence of swimming pools, water quality, maintenance of filters and products used for these purposes. Replacing broken or cracked sidewalks on many roads reduces waste in landfills by 33%, the amount of waste redirected by three regular passages of the borough to identify maintenance problems and improve snow removal lobbying other city councillors against Quebec „Charter of Values“ and the removal of cities of bilingual status…