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Members for CAUT Committees

Members for CAUT Committees We are asking for your assistance in identifying potential members for CAUT’s Academic Freedom and Tenure; Collective Bargaining and Economic Benefits; Equity; and Librarians’ and Archivists’ committees. We would appreciate names of CAUT individual affiliated or associate members you feel would be interested and would bring expertise to the work of[…]

Differentiation Policy Framework Analysis

Dear Colleauges; On November 29, 2013, the Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities Released its Differentiation Policy Framework Analysis FINALThis document is the finalized version of the framework that was leaked in September and then made public on the Ministry’s website. It lays out the principles, components, and metrics that will guide the Ministry’s differentiation[…]

CAUT Statement

CAUT Statement on December 6 (December 6, 2013) Each year, as we approach December 6, the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, CAUT and its members reflect upon the past year to identify the gains and losses for Canadian women who experience violence in their lives. This past twelve months we[…]

Tentative Agreement

Nov. 27, 2013 On behalf of Sheila McKee-Protopapas (Chief Negotiator) and Bill Salatka (WLUFA President): Greetings, A tentative agreement for the CAS Bargaining Unit was reached during mediation late this afternoon.  Notification of a ratification meeting and the voting procedure will be sent to you shortly.  We cannot disclose details of the tentative agreement until[…]

Mediation

To All CAS Members: The University Administration has asked WLUFA to agree to mediation in regard to renewing the CAS Collective Agreement.   WLUFA has agreed.  A tentative mediation date has been set for Tuesday, November 26, 2013. Sincerely, Bill Salatka President-WLUFA

No-Board Report Requested

On Thursday afternoon, 7 November 2013, WLUFA requested a ‘No Board Report’ from the Ontario Ministry of Labour after two full days of conciliation with the provincially-appointed conciliator. At the end of the second day of conciliation, Monday 4 November 2013, it was made clear to the CAS Negotiating Team that, despite our attempts to accommodate its[…]

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