Canadian Manufacturing

2 Regina manufacturing firms fined for not paying overtime

Cabtec Manufacturing, Precision Wood Products fined $11,000, order to pay nearly $22,000 in outstanding wages

November 21, 2014  by The Canadian Press

REGINA—Two Regina manufacturing companies have been fined more than $11,000 for not providing payroll records in an overtime dispute.

Cabtec Manufacturing Inc. and Precision Wood Products Inc. pleaded guilty earlier this month to 16 charges under the Saskatchewan Employment Act.

A total of 110 charges had been laid against the companies and several individuals after an anonymous complaint for failure to pay overtime.

They were asked several times to provide payroll records between January and March of this year, but failed to do so.


The two companies have also been ordered to pay outstanding wages totally almost $22,000 to 15 employees.

Cabtec and Precision Wood Products are both owned by brothers Ken and Kim Kowalchuk.

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