14. If, after having negotiated unsuccessfully for sixty days, the members of the committee representing one of the parties cannot agree with the members representing the other party on any matter contemplated in paragraph b, c or d of section 8, either party may submit the matter to arbitration by giving written notice to such effect to one of the judges of the Provincial Court or the Court of the Sessions designated as arbitration officers in the labour contract and by forwarding a copy of such notice to the other party.
If the judge who has received such notice does not agree, within seven days of receipt thereof, to act as arbitration officer, the notice contemplated in the preceding paragraph shall be given successively, in like manner, to the other judges designated.
Notwithstanding the first paragraph, if the disagreement is in connection with a matter contemplated in paragraph d of section 8, either of the parties may submit the matter to the arbitration of a person chosen from the list established in conformity with section 77 of the Labour Code (chapter C-27).
1968, c. 19, s. 14; 1968, c. 20, s. 8; 1979, c. 67, s. 42; 1983, c. 22, s. 105.