White Spot – Maple Ridge 20855 Lougheed Highway, Maple Ridge, BC V2X 2R2 Adrian Burnett, Union Representative/President Tel: 604.220-4897 Email: president3000@uniforbclocals.ca URL: www.whitespot.com/Collective Agreement:drive.google.com/open?id-15IhgbKrfhr060bbSYCFv7kPpv7BwwwED White in unionized? That`s cool. Do you know if they are all in your place or only? Facts: White Spot has sold a restaurant in Langley and its fortune to Gilley, which will operate the restaurant under its franchisee name. Langley`s employees were members of the union, which had a collective agreement with 17 white spot sites in bc. White Spot said Gilley employees should be part of another bargaining unit because the restaurants had different owners. In the 1920s, White Spot founder Nat Bailey operated a touring lunch table in Vancouver from a 1918 Model T. He was selling hot dogs for a dime and ice for a nickel. In 1928, Bailey founded the first White Spot restaurant. [4] He had originally planned to call the Granville Barbecue restaurant, but changed his mind instead of taking the advice of a friend who offered to call it White Spot in honor of a restaurant on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles, California, not least because his name was impeccable and clean. The White Spot restaurant in Los Angeles has been closed for a long time. [Citation required] Just moved to van and got a job at a White Spot restaurant in Vancouver. just want to know if anyone knows where I can find the Union manual as pdf or anywhere I can download it… It`s one at work, but it`s fixed to the wall and it`s going to take an hour to read.

I will be mailed in 6 months, but I have a lot of questions that I don`t want to disturb the bosses. Labour Board Ruling: The Labour Board found that franchisor White Spot Limited (operator of a restaurant chain) and Gilley Restaurants Limited (franchised) were an ordinary employer, in accordance with page 38 of the Labour Relations act in BC. Board found them as a common employer based on a number of factors, including the fact that white spot had considerable control over menu prices, food supply, advertising pricing requirements, a trained white spot manager, etc. In the 1990s, some white spot drive-ins were shut down due to an increase in the number of franchise restaurants and a gradual decline in the popularity of drive-ins. Granville House was a popular restaurant until 1986, when a fire in the kitchen damaged the building. The restaurant closed there shortly thereafter, although there was talk of reconstruction. [citation required] . .

. . The chain was sold to General Foods in 1968, when Bailey retired. In 1982, White Spot returned to local ownership when the business was acquired by BC businessman Peter Toigo and was part of Shato Holdings Limited.