3. File your application with the Ontario Labour Relations Board

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3. File your application with the Ontario Labour Relations Board

After you give a copy of your application to your employer, you only have 5 days to give your application to the Ontario Labour Relations Board (OLRB).

When you give your application to the OLRB, this is called "filing" your application.

You must give the OLRB the original of all of your application documents, and proof that you have your employer a copy of your application.

Make sure you fill out all the information that they ask for. You must also put a date on the forms and sign them with a pen.

Keep a copy for yourself. You will need it if you have a consultation or hearing

You must take your application to the OLRB in person or send it by courier to:

Ontario Labour Relations Board
505 University Ave, 2nd floor
Toronto, ON M5G 2P1

You cannot send it by fax, email, or regular mail.

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Reviewed: March 31, 2018

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