Gnwt Agreement

“It`s wonderful to see a fair deal that provides stability and security during perhaps the most difficult school year of our teaching careers,” education minister RJ Simpson said. In the meantime, both sides commit to a “common intention to prioritize and respect Indigenous people and culture throughout the NWT.” Monday`s announcement formalizes an agreement provisionally reached last June. The new agreement will last until July 31, 2021, the two sides said in a joint press release. Other changes introduced in the collective agreement include a $450 increase in the base amount used to calculate living allowances for northern teachers. “This agreement has strengthened support for educators at a time when workload and expectations continue to rise,” said Matthew Miller, President of the Teachers` Association. The agreement also implies the obligation to modernise the approach to professional development. Subcontracting to: Key contractors, buyers: Department of Infrastructure Information on Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) tenders and contracts can be difficult to obtain. We`ve gathered all available information, including open tenders, bids and historical contracts, in one place to make it easier for you. Loaned to: Kukovica & Shaw Homes, Buyer: Department of Industry, Tourism & Investment Bold Highlight identifies changes from the previous collective agreement. Finally, the deal adds a language “to ensure that teachers transferred to NWT complete at least one school year or the duration of the contract, whichever is smaller.” The copy approved by both parties is the official copy of the agreement. The online version of the document is identical to the official copy, except for a few minor formatting differences that occur when documents are uploaded.

This year, we tracked more than 773 tenders for 18 different buyers. Closed: December 7, Buyer: Executive and Indigenous Affairs Department. The deal involves a 2.5 percent wage increase, “corresponding to the monetary increase received by the rest of GNWT`s public service on April 1,” the press release said. . . .



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