(5) The right to apply, as described in subsection 4, is set on 1 January 2001 and after 1 January 2001 (subject to the Public Sector Labour Relations Act 1997), which also governs collective bargaining of workers. 1999, about 14, Sched.C, see 29 (5). 1. The city filed a special appeal in 2002. 32.1 Nothing in Sections 28 to 32 prevents a collective agreement between the city and a bargaining partner, which is concluded after the city or bargaining partner has denounced the agreement under the Public Sector Labour Relations Transition Act, 1997, the Labour Relations Act, 1995, the Fire Protection and Prevention Act 1997 or the Police Service Act 1997 or the Police Service Act 1997 , prevents an increase in compensation for all or part of the period from December 24. , 1999 and expires the day before the collective agreement comes into force. 2000, about 5, see 3 (6). b) provided in 2001 by or on behalf of the city or a local city advisory council in the merged area. 1999, about 14, Sched.C, see 12 (2). 11.4 (1) This section applies to areas under the conservation authority and managed and controlled by the city under an agreement between the city and the conservation authority. 2000, about 5, see 3 (4). (b) all assets and liabilities of the former municipalities as of December 31, 2000, including all rights, interest, permits, status, registrations, rights and benefits and contractual obligations, as of January 1, 2001, without compensation for the city`s assets and liabilities.
1999, about 14, Sched.C, see 5 (3). (4) No conciliation arbitrator is appointed for a collective agreement dispute described in subsection (3) of the collective agreement. 1999, about 14, Sched.C, see 28 (4). 33 (1) The following persons, when in office on November 30, 2000, remain in office until the first City Council is organized: (8) A copy of the Agreement of Section 21 of the Public Sector Labour Relations Act 1997 may be submitted to the Transition Committee before January 1, 2001 or to the City after December 31. , 2000, in the sense of paragraph 7 (a) of this section and paragraph 21, paragraph 2, of this Act. 1999, about 14, Sched.C, see 29 (8). (a) the city may borrow in the long term, under the conditions and limits set by the regulation, to support operational expenses related to transitional costs within the meaning of the regulation; 2. The city adopted, for each year after 2002 and before each year, a follow-up of the special service. 1999, about 14, Sched.C, see 12 (4). 16.1 For the purposes of Article 187, paragraph 4 of the municipal law, the city`s estimated revenues for the year 2000 are the sum of the estimated revenues of the former municipalities, as shown by the estimates for 2000.
2000, about 5, see 3 (5). 11.3 (1) The City may acquire land for public parks, zoos, recreation areas, plazas, avenues, boulevards and motorizations, and develop, develop, improve and maintain them.