“We’re not looking for the mean salary or the median salary, we are looking to be tied with the bottom, and management (at Algoma) offered us zero for the next.
by Andrew Robinson I am a relative newcomer to contract instructing, having moved to Ontario from Saskatchewan in 2010, for family reasons related to health care for my younger son, who.
by Matthew Pearson and Andrew Pinsent Faculty members at Algonquin College are speaking out against their union’s leaders who are currently embroiled in a war of words with the college’s.
I participate in a city-wide politics email listserv in the town where I live. Recently, a woman posted a detailed message about what the group should do to reach a.
Today, the Dalton McGuinty government introduced legislation which would make it legal for all of Ontario's 12,500 part-time faculty to bargain collectively. Read the press release about the proposed legislation.
Listen to my blog entry here. Yesterday afternoon, I interviewed Dr. Judy Bates. She is the president of the Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty Association. As you may know, the 366.