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Lambert Chu

Acting City Manager

Burnaby Village Museum

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Burnaby Village Museum

4949 Canada Way

Burnaby, British Columbia V5G 1M2


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We support the needs of management and employees in creating a balanced work environment. We also work closely with the Union in a variety of areas including grievances and arbitrations, collective agreement interpretation, administration and labour negot ... more

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The City of Burnaby

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But Lambert Chu, the deputy city manager and liaison for the Burnaby Fire Department, said the city wants to err on the side of caution and book two days, just in case the arbitration runs long.

In the meantime, Chu said, the city is open to being put on a cancellation list in case any other dates become available before next summer.

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Lamoureux wouldn't say what has the two parties at odds and neither would Lambert Chu, the deputy city manager and liaison for the Burnaby Fire Department.

"I can't really comment on the negotiations because this is a contract discussion and I'm not at the liberty to share that information publicly," Chu told the NOW.
Chu added he was disappointed the recent mediation session was unsuccessful but said he hopes the city and the firefighters' union can come to an agreement through arbitration in a timely manner.
"(It's) subject to the arbitrator's availability," he said.

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Deputy city manager Lambert Chu, who is the city liaison for the Burnaby Fire Department, couldn't comment on why the city and fire department haven't been able to reach a deal yet. He did, however, confirm the two parties would begin mediation on Feb. 5.

Concerning rumours the city made a verbal agreement prior to the November 2014 election, Chu said such an agreement would never be considered formal.
"Any agreement that we have with a union has to be in written form. It's not our practice to have verbal agreements," Chu said.

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Lambert Chu, deputy city manager and liaison for the Burnaby Fire Department, is hoping, however, to get the process moving as soon as possible.

"We're trying to find an arbitrator that has a fairly open schedule to allow us to get a quick appointment so that the case can be heard," Chu said.
The NOW asked Chu if anyone on council or the mayor was trying to drag this process out, considering how long it's taken so far, but he was adamant that council and the mayor aren't involved in the negotiations.
"This is done right at the staff level. This contract negotiation is carried out through the city manager's office and a representative from the fire union, and we basically keep our council informed of the progress but the council isn't involved in any negotiation," Chu said.
Lamoureux has asked Chu to put forward some additional choices for arbitrators this week.
If they can find someone they both want, then hopefully the process can move forward, something Chu is optimistic will happen sooner rather than later.
"As soon as we can get an arbitrator confirmed, then we'll have a more definitive idea of the schedule he or she may be available," Chu said.

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Burnaby's city engineering director Lambert Chu said the parking restrictions were implemented in response to complaints from residents that Simon Fraser University students were parking on the street and catching the bus around the corner to head up Burnaby Mountain.

Making it a permit-parking zone is problematic because it can restrict visitors and requires residents to register their vehicles, he said. It's a solution normally reserved for higher-traffic areas such as around hospitals and commercial areas.
He noted that parking enforcement staff don't normally actively patrol areas unless they've been the subject of resident complaints.
"The city has been made aware of the situation and will work with the property owner to arrive at a resolution on the issue," Chu said.

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