Child Care Campaign / Campagne pour les services de garde

Memorandum 19 :22   Date:  July 25, 2019   To:  Presidents and Administrative Officers; Local, Federated and Provincial Associations   From:  David Robinson, Executive Director   Re:  Child Care Campaign     CAUT is a supporter of Child Care Now (formally the Child Care Advocacy Association Canada), a coalition that is seeking local and provincial[…]

OCUFA REPORT

Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser.   Cliquez ici pour le français | Don’t miss an Issue! Subscribe to the OCUFA Report Follow us on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter   Some summer reading courtesy of Academic Matters There is more to Academic Matters than just the print issue. New articles[…]

New polling shows Canadians believe in post-secondary education, and so should our federal political parties

New polling shows Canadians believe in post-secondary education, and so should our federal political parties   (Ottawa – July 25, 2019)  Canadians believe post-secondary education (PSE) has a positive impact on themselves and the country as a whole, is more relevant today in our rapidly changing world, and makes us stronger in the face of[…]

WLUFA Response to Laurier Budget 2020-2021

  A Skunkweed By Any Other Name: WLUFA responds to “Empowering Change: Budget 2020/ 2021” Losing your job is devastating, not empowering. Universities have been placed in an impossible position by the Ford government’s predations. We know that. But President MacLatchy’s message is an effort to turn the murder of the university into a suicide.[…]

Bill 124 and You: A summary report from WLUFA President, David Monod

  Dear colleagues, I wanted to update you on WLUFA’s engagement with the provincial government and how the recently proposed legislation will affect you.  I’m afraid the news is bad. I’ve sent out a few notes already on our “consultations” with the Ford government: the February consultation on “double dipping”, the May consultation on salary increases[…]

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