Plcac Agreement

Plcac was created in February 1954 by a small group of contractors to train Canadian workers in pipeline construction and to negotiate collective agreements for these workers. Today, the association consists of 157 tribal, associate and honorary members. The parties may recommend to the MPMO whether a change in the federal review or the project warrants an amendment to the agreement. If there is a consensus that an amendment is warranted and that the amendment is considered significant, the MPMO, on behalf of the parties, will submit the proposed amendment to the Deputy Ministers of Major Projects for consideration. NPL Canada is a member of the Ontario Telecommunications Companies Association (UCA), which represents and negotiates collective agreements on behalf of contractors working in Ontario`s telecommunications and electricity sectors. Each year, the UCA rewards members who demonstrate excellent security. This year, UCA NPL Canada presented PLCAC`s security negotiations and safety news with construction unions in Canada, which traditionally have expertise in pipeline construction, four Canadian collective agreements for the construction of pipeline pipelines, four Canadian collective agreements on the construction of pipelines in cities and cities, and four Canadian collective agreements for pipeline maintenance and service. As currently proposed, the scope of the project for the EA includes the various components of the project described by the proponent in its February 27, 2009 certificate application for NEB, as well as physical activities related to the construction, operation, maintenance and predictable modifications, as well as, where appropriate, the abandonment, dismantling and reclamation of sites related to the entire project. Membership in the Federation is drawn from all parts of the world and currently includes: Appendix IV – Transport Canada: Roles, Responsibilities, Milestones and Service Standards The NEB will present an EA report shortly after the end of the hearing process. THE RAs and AES will issue opinions on the draft NEB-EA report with respect to their relevant areas of expertise, if any and in accordance with the notice schedule described in the consultation decision. Subject to the discretion of the NEB`s consultation body, the NEB will publish its reasons for decision and EA`s final report within 14 weeks of the closing of the minutes of the hearing. The RA is working to find an EAA report with simultaneous provisions of the AEC. If this is not possible for any reason, the RA relies as much as possible on the EA NEB report, but may, if necessary, establish an appendix to the EA report.

If simultaneous provisions of the AEC are not possible by ARs, the RAs will make available to the NEB, within two weeks of receiving the requested additional information, their relevant provisions of the AEC and each EA schedule. The NEB will then complete the project-related entries in the Canadian Environmental Assessment Registry (CEAR).