City Of Hamilton Collective Agreements

11.8 (1) On January 1, 2001, and after January 1, 2001, the city may continue to fluoridated the water supply to areas of the city where fluoridated water was delivered on December 31, 2000. 2000, c. 5, see 3 (4). 11.5 (1) The city may authorize a person to sell spirit drinks within the meaning of the Liquor Licence Act in parks owned by the Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth on December 31, 2000, and may impose conditions that the city considers appropriate. 2000, c. 5, see 3 (4). (3) On the day subsection 1 comes into force, the appointment of a conciliation mediator under section 49 of the Fire Protection and Prevention Act 1997, section 18 of the Labour Relations Act 1995 or section 121 of the Police Services Act, for the purposes of applying a collective agreement between a former municipality and a negotiator in respect of the workers described in subsection (1). 1999, about 14, ched. C, p. 28 (3). (2) An order of the Ontario Labour Relations Board under section 22 of the Public Sector Labour Relations Act 1997 shall bind the city as if the application had been made by the city and is binding even if the injunction does not occur until after December 31, 2000.

1999, approximately 14, Ched.C, p. 30 (2). (3) Pursuant to Article 128 of the Road Traffic Code, the city may develop, construct and maintain rural roads, regulate road traffic and impose speed for motor vehicles travelling on such roads, in accordance with Article 128 of the Highway Code 2000, c. 5, § 3, paragraph 4; 2006, c. 32, ched. D, see 2. 2. For the purposes of paragraph 1, the city may conclude agreements with any person (including a municipality), including agreements relating to unifying or reciprocal passenger transport systems and the use of facilities, personnel or equipment.

2000, c. 5, see 3 (4); 2002, about 17, ched. F, table. 12 (1) Subject to the restrictions set out in this Division, the city may make the following statutory provisions: 2. Determine the amount of the city`s costs (including capital charges, borrowing costs and amortization charges or for a reserve fund) related to that particular service. 2. For the purposes of paragraph 1, the city may levy different special municipal taxes in different municipal service areas and the different taxes may vary according to need. 1999, about 14, sched. . . .