Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae
Selected Awards

Howard Snow

BACKGROUND   Howard Snow is a full time arbitrator and mediator dealing with labour relations matters. He holds undergraduate degrees in Arts, Science and Law, and holds Masters degrees both in Law and in Business. He previously worked as a lawyer for the Canadian Association of University Teachers, acting as counsel in arbitrations and negotiating collective agreements in universities throughout Canada. Prior to that he was a law professor at the University of Manitoba, teaching in both the labour and commercial law areas.
1995 - Arbitrator and Mediator
Included on the Ontario Minister of Labour's List of Grievance Arbitrators
Primarily arbitrating grievances under the Ontario Labour Relations Act, 1995
1996 - Adjudicator and Referee
Adjudicating disputes under the Canada Labour Code
1997 - Workload Resolution Arbitrator
Arbitrating workload disputes for several Ontario Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology and the Ontario Public Service Employees Union
2000 - Arbitrator
Member of the Ontario Police Arbitration Commission's Register of Arbitrators arbitrating disputes under the Police Services Act
1995 - 1998 Arbitrator, Mediator and Fact Finder
Arbitrating grievances, and mediating and fact finding in negotiations between school boards and teacher organisations under The School Boards and Teachers Collective Negotiations Act, 1975
(Also served as a Mediator and Fact Finder 1977-1980)
1990 - 1997 Arbitrator
Arbitrated disputes under the Ontario Motor Vehicle Arbitration Plan and the Canadian Motor Vehicle Arbitration Plan
1980 - 1995
(academic leave
1993 - 1995)
Professional Officer
Canadian Association of University Teachers, Ottawa
Represented members in arbitrations, negotiated collective agreements, advised faculty associations, prepared policies for CAUT Committees, and acted as Secretary for the Academic Freedom and Tenure Committee and the CAUT Defence Fund.
1976 - 1980 Assistant Professor
Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba
Summer 1975 The Solicitor's Office, Ontario Labour Relations Board.
Member of the Ontario Labour - Management Arbitrators' Association
  Member of the Law Society of Manitoba (non-practicing) - admitted 1980
EDUCATION        Master of Business Administration - 1995
University of Western Ontario
London, Ontario
(Fall term of 1994 spent as an exchange student at the Australian Graduate School of Management, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia)
  Master of Laws - 1977
Osgoode Hall Law School, York University
Downsview, Ontario
Thesis Topic: "Collective Bargaining for Ontario Teachers - The School Boards and Teachers Collective Negotiations Act, 1975"
Supervisor: H. W. Arthurs
  Bachelor of Laws - 1975
Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia
  Bachelor of Arts - 1971
Dalhousie University
  Bachelor of Science - 1971
Dalhousie University