(Ottawa, 22 April 2020) The Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) welcomes today’s announcement by the federal government of new supports for students affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. “The financial support initially provided through the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB)
This has been resolved by our email provider. Monday March 23: we are noticing issues with sending and receiving email from/to our @aunbt.ca addresses. These difficulties are not specific to AUNBT and are affecting an email server hosted in Toronto.
The Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) is calling on the government of Quebec to reverse its decision to suspend the collective bargaining agreements for teachers in the province. Teachers were notified by email that agreements were no longer considered
Full-time and part-time members of the Mount Allison Faculty Association (MAFA) have voted 91% to ratify their new collective agreement. The new three-year contract includes improvements on accommodation of members with disabilities and greater job security for long-serving part-time faculty members. The
The Mount Allison Faculty Association (MAFA) and Mount Allison University have reached a negotiated settlement. The strike that began on February 3 has now ended. From the MAFA press release of Saturday February 8: The six-day strike of full- and
Picket lines went up in Sackville on Monday February 3, as full-time and part-time faculty and librarians at Mount Allison University began job action after seven months of trying to negotiate new full-time and part-time collective agreements. The key issues
AUNBT is concerned about the academic freedom of colleagues teaching at the Maritime College of Forest Technology in Fredericton. Wildlife biologist Rod Cumberland was fired from his teaching position at MCFT on June 20, as reported by the CBC on
CAUT Press Release (Ottawa – July 5, 2019) The Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) is raising concerns about academic freedom at the Maritime College of Forest Technology in New Brunswick following the recent dismissal of two teachers. Wildlife biologist