In addition to the other powers conferred on it by law, the Tribunal may
(1) summarily reject any matter it considers to be improper or dilatory, or make it subject to conditions;
(2) refuse to rule on the merits of a complaint filed under the Labour Code (chapter C-27) or the Act respecting labour standards (chapter N-1.1) if, in its opinion, the complaint can be settled by an arbitration award disposing of a grievance, except in the case of a complaint filed under section 16 of the Labour Code or sections 123 and 123.1 of the Act respecting labour standards;
(3) make any order, including a provisional order, it considers appropriate to safeguard the parties’ rights;
(4) confirm, vary or quash the contested decision or order and, if appropriate, render or make the decision or order which, in its opinion, should have been rendered or made initially;
(5) render any decision it considers appropriate;
(6) ratify an agreement, if it is in compliance with the law; and
(7) omit the names of the persons concerned by a decision when it is of the opinion that the decision contains information of a confidential nature the disclosure of which could be prejudicial to those persons.