Canada Industrial Relations Board Regulations, 2012
40 (1) A complaint must include
(a) the name, postal and email addresses and telephone and fax numbers of the complainant and of their counsel or representative, if applicable;
(b) the name, postal and email addresses and telephone and fax numbers of any person who may be affected by the complaint;
(c) a reference to the provision of the Code under which the complaint is being made;
(d) full particulars of the facts, relevant dates and grounds for the complaint;
(e) a copy of supporting documents for the complaint;
(f) the date and description of any order or decision of the Board relating to the complaint;
(g) an indication as to whether a hearing is being requested and, if so, the reasons for the request;
(h) a description of the order or decision sought;
(i) the date on which the complainant knew of the action or circumstances giving rise to the complaint; and
(j) particulars of the measures taken, if any, to have the complaint referred to arbitration under a collective agreement or the reasons why the arbitration did not take place.
(2) A complaint in which a violation of paragraph 95(f) or (g) of the Code is alleged must describe the manner in which the conditions set out in subsection 97(4) of the Code have been met.
- SOR/2011-109, s. 23
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