Reported as: 2018 SKCA 50 , 281 ACWS (3d) 398
Docket Number: CA17161 , CACV 3088
Court: Court of Appeal
- Labour Law � Arbitration � Judicial Review � Appeal
Digest: The appellant employer appealed to set aside the decision of the Queen�s Bench chambers judge that dismissed its application for judicial review of the arbitration award (see: 2017 SKQB 143). The award was made following a grievance by the respondent union challenging the appellant�s use of third party workers at one of its mines. The appellant argued that the chambers judge erred in her application of the standard of reasonableness in this case. The award was not reasonable because the arbitrator had failed to explain her conclusion and the decision lacked justification, transparency and intelligibility.
HELD: The appeal was dismissed. The court found that the chambers judge chose the correct standard of review to apply to the arbitrator�s decision and that the standard was reasonableness. After reviewing the arbitrator�s reasons, the court found no reversible error in the chambers judge�s application of the chosen standard of reasonableness and correctly concluded the arbitrator�s award was reasonable.
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