Is Article 20.07 a condition precedent to the qualification for casual sick leave?

Canada (Federal), Canada

The following excerpt is from Canada Post Corporation v. Canadian Union of Postal Workers, 2010 CanLII 86731 (CA LA):

I conclude that Article 20 must be read as a whole. In past decisions Article 20.07, for example, has been read as a condition precedent to the qualification for casual sick leave (Canada Post Corporation v. CUPW , November 12, 1982 (Dulude))

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