Not in force
87. No notice of negotiation required under section 52 of the Labour Code (chapter C-27) may be given before the date of the Administrative Labour Tribunal’s decision under section 86. Despite any contrary provision of the Labour Code, the right to strike or to a lock-out is only acquired 30 days after the Administrative Labour Tribunal’s decision or, if a notice of negotiation is given under section 52.1 of that Code before the expiry of that time, within 30 days following the notice.
No certification may be applied for before the Tribunal renders its decision by an association that, on (insert the date preceding the date set by the Government for the coming into force of section 4 of the Act to modify mainly the organization and governance of shared transportation in the Montréal metropolitan area (chapter O-7.3)), is not certified to represent the employees referred to in sections 83 and 84. The time limits prescribed in paragraphs b.1 to c of section 22 of the Labour Code must be calculated from the date of that decision.