Hopes for a Quick Settlement of Canadian Faculty Strike Dashed

The negotiating teams of the Acadia University Faculty Association (AUFA) and Board of Governors met Wednesday evening at the Board’s request; however, the discussion was short lived. “We are very disappointed with the Board’s most recent offer, as well as their decision to walk away from negotiations almost immediately after our team indicated that the offer was unacceptable,” said AUFA President Dr.. Peter Williams. “All along our wish has been to get back to the bargaining table. We took the invitation to restart negotiations two days into the strike as a hopeful sign that the Board was committed to ending […]
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