Concordia University Union Protests Against $35,000 Stipend

Only a fraction of the $35,000 Concordia University will pay former premier Bernard Landry this semester is for teaching, with the rest covering “other tasks,” like networking and forging links with business leaders and government, Concordia officials said last night. Part-time faculty at Concordia filed a grievance last week protesting against the university’s decision to pay Landry $25,000 – five times the going rate for a lecturer – and to kick in an extra $10,000 to pay a teaching assistant. But university officials are blaming a “clerical error” for the misunderstanding with the teachers union. Christine Mota, director of communications […]
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