The employees of Point Grey Campus as trades, food and hospitality services, technicians and research assistants, as well as in various positions covered by schedule A. CUPE 116`s CUPE 116 agreement, also represents aquatic Centre staff under a separate collective agreement. Recognizing the importance of making timely decisions for the proper functioning of the university and bereaved persons, the parties will endeavour to set conciliation dates as soon as possible. The arbitrator will make his decision within 14 days of the end of the hearing. The arbitrator`s decision is final and involves the parties. No arbitrator can amend a provision of collective agreements. 7.4.5 (A) Recommendations of the OmbudsmanIn case the Ombudsman fails to assist the parties in reaching an agreement, he makes written recommendations to the parties on the resolution. The Ombudsman examines the financial situation of the university in the implementation of its recommendations. These recommendations are not binding on the parties. They are submitted to the AAPS for ratification and to the university for approval. In the event that the parties fail to reach an agreement on the basis of the Ombudsman`s instructions in accordance with Section 188.8.131.52, the Ombudsman surrenders in accordance with Section 184.108.40.206. 8.2 Changes to the Framework AgreementThe amendments to this agreement can be made at any time by mutual agreement between the parties.
7.4.7 (A) Other meetingsIn the event that one of the parties does not ratify or approve, if necessary, the Ombudsman`s recommendations, the parties meet for a further ten days to reach an agreement. This period does not exceed ten working days. 7.1 Type of negotiation relationships Negotiating relationships are governed by the principles of a common vision contained in the preamble to this agreement. One of the negotiating objectives of both parties is to reach an agreement that is intelligent, effective and improved, or at least does not undermine relations between the parties. Among the characteristics that guide the progress of the negotiations is the present agreement that can be terminated by both parties after March 31, 1997 by notifying the other party in writing for six months that it will enter into force on March 31. 7.4.2 (A) Selection of the OmbudsmanOr written request from one of the parties to the other party, the parties jointly choose a mediator within ten working days of receipt of the application. No mediator can assist the parties in reaching an agreement until the provincial government is aware of the university`s operating grant. If the parties do not agree on a mediator within this time frame, the Supreme Justice of the Supreme Court of British Columbia will be invited to proceed with the selection.