Contract Faculty at Canada’s York University Still Off the Job

After two days of negotiations, a deal between York University and striking workers has not been reached. According to a media release from the university, the mediator suspended talks on Saturday evening. “The university entered the negotiations to reach a settlement and get our students back to class,” Alex Bilyk, media director at York University, said in a media release. “But with the union’s monetary demands still at the 28 percent mark over two years, the union is clearly not ready to settle at this time. It’s so disappointing and frustrating for our 50,000 students.” CUPE 3903 chair Christina Rousseau […]
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