2019 « WLUFA

Of Interest: Inside Higher Ed: Professionals Take a Stand Against Student Evaluations

September 10th, 2019

Excerpt from Colleen Flaherty’s article:

‘…”a growing body of evidence suggests that their use in personnel decisions is problematic.” The statement cites more than a dozen studies finding that students’ evaluations are weakly related to other measures of teaching effectiveness, used in statistically problematic ways and can be influenced by factors such as times of day and class size. It notes that both observational and experimental research has found these evaluations to be biased against women and people of color, and says that adjuncts are particularly vulnerable in a system that depends on them for teaching performance data…’

Read the full article here.

Appeal: CAUT Refugee Foundation / Appel : Fondation pour les réfugiés de l’ACPPU

September 5th, 2019

** La version française suit **


Memorandum 19:28


Date:  September 4, 2019


To:   Presidents, Local, Federated and Provincial Associations


From:  David Robinson, Executive Director


Re:  Appeal: CAUT Refugee Foundation

CAUT is continuing to provide support for Dr. Carlos Zambrano Escamilla, former president of the Sindicato de Profesores de la Fundación Universidad Autónoma de Colombia. As Dr. Zambrano explained to Council delegates in May, because of his trade union activities he received death threats from paramilitary groups in Colombia and was the victim of an attempt on his life.  According to the International Trade Union Confederation, Colombian paramilitary groups have assassinated over 500 trade union and human rights defenders in the past year alone.


Dr. Zambrano has applied for refugee status in Canada. CAUT is appealing to academic staff associations and their members to donate to the CAUT Refugee Foundation to support

Dr. Zambrano’s resettlement efforts. The Foundation, established in the 1970s, is a registered charity with the Canada Revenue Agency, allowing it to issue tax receipts. All donations received will be used to assist Dr. Zambrano with his basic living expenses as he awaits his refugee hearing.


Cheques can be made to the order of the CAUT Refugee Foundation and sent to:


CAUT Refugee Foundation
2705 Queensview Drive
Ottawa, Ontario
K2B 8K2




Note 19:28


Date :  Le 4 septembre 2019


Destinataires :  Président(e)s des associations locales, fédérées et provinciales


Expéditeur :  David Robinson, directeur général


Objet :  Appel : Fondation pour les réfugiés de l’ACPPU




L’ACPPU continue d’apporter son soutien au professeur Carlos Zambrano Escamilla, ancien président du Sindicato de Profesores de la Fundación Universidad Autónoma de Colombia. Comme il l’a expliqué aux délégués du Conseil en mai dernier, le professeur Zambrano, en raison de ses activités syndicales, a reçu des menaces de mort de groupes paramilitaires en Colombie et a survécu à un attentat à sa vie. D’après la Confédération syndicale internationale, les groupes paramilitaires colombiens ont assassiné plus de 500 syndicalistes et défenseurs des droits de la personne au cours de la dernière année seulement.


Le professeur Zambrano a demandé le statut de réfugié au Canada. L’ACPPU appelle les associations de personnel académique et leurs membres à faire un don à la Fondation pour les réfugiés de l’ACPPU (dénommée officiellement « The CAUT Refugee Foundation ») afin de faciliter la réinstallation du professeur. Créée dans les années 1970, la Fondation est un organisme de bienfaisance enregistré auprès de l’Agence du revenu du Canada et est ainsi habilitée à remettre des reçus officiels à des fins fiscales. Tous les fonds recueillis serviront à aider le professeur Zambrano à subvenir à ses frais de subsistance pendant la période précédant l’audition de sa demande de statut de réfugié.


Veuillez faire les chèques à l’ordre de « The CAUT Refugee Foundation » et les envoyer à l’adresse suivante :


CAUT Refugee Foundation
2705, promenade Queensview
Ottawa (Ontario)
K2B 8K2


Canadian Association of University Teachers
Association canadienne des professeures et professeurs d’université
2705, promenade Queensview Drive, Ottawa (Ontario) K2B 8K2
Tel \ Tél. (613) 820-2270 | Fax \ Téléc. (613) 820-7244
CAUT.ca \ //Facebook.com/caut.acppu \ @caut_acppu

CAUT Dedicated Service Award

September 5th, 2019

Memorandum 19:27


Date:  September 3, 2019


To:  Presidents and Administrative Officers; Local, Federated and Provincial Associations


From:  David Robinson, Executive Director


Re:  CAUT Dedicated Service Award


The CAUT Dedicated Service Award was established to recognize exceptional service provided by individuals at the local or provincial level. This award is granted by CAUT upon receipt of a recommendation from a local, provincial or federated association.


Decisions about recipients, including the criteria for receiving the award, are made by the member association.  The expectation is that individuals who are recommended for the award will be those who have been particularly dedicated members of the association and have served it with distinction.


Recipients of the award will:


  1. a)       Receive a certificate of recognition from CAUT, which will be provided to the association for presentation to the recipient; and


  1. b)       Have their name listed in the CAUT Bulletin, put on the CAUT website and announced at the next CAUT Council meeting.


If your association would like to recommend one or more members to receive the CAUT Dedicated Service Award, please complete the Dedicated Service Award nomination form available on the CAUT website.


For further information regarding the award, please direct inquiries to Margaret McGovern-Potié at mcgovern@caut.ca or 613-726-5199.




OCUFA estimates Ford’s “performance” funding could cut university budgets by over $500 million dollars

September 5th, 2019

From OCUFA Report:

Toronto, Sep. 4, 2019 – Ontario faculty are warning that the Ford government’s so called “performance” funding model for postsecondary education is reckless, ineffective, and dangerous. The new funding model will link 60 per cent of government funding for universities ($2.2 billion dollars) to an arbitrary set of metrics chosen with no consultation. These metrics will not actually measure “performance” but are likely to be used as an excuse to cut university budgets. Across Ontario, OCUFA estimates that this new funding model could mean cuts of over $500 million dollars that will substantially undermine our postsecondary institutions’ academic missions and mandates.

“What will happen to the hundreds of millions of dollars this government is threatening to cut from university budgets? Will it be reinvested in public postsecondary education or cut from the system? The academic year is about to start and we have no clarity about funding for Ontario’s universities.” said Rahul Sapra, President of the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations. “This government must stop operating in secrecy and be honest with the Ontario public, who are deeply concerned about the damage this new funding formula will do to our public postsecondary education system. It’s time for Doug Ford and Ross Romano to come clean and tell Ontarians how much they intend to cut from postsecondary education.”

The Ford government’s performance funding fantasy prioritizes politics over sound public policy. By design, performance funding rewards institutions that meet arbitrary targets while penalizing those that do not, denying vital funding to those institutions that need it most to improve their educational outcomes. This rash and drastic funding shift will create a system of winners and losers by exacerbating inequities between institutions, destabilize Ontario’s postsecondary education system, work against quality improvement, pose a serious threat to equity and diversity at Ontario’s universities, and punish students studying at institutions that have already seen their budgets reduced by the Ford government. The cuts resulting from performance funding will be especially devastating for smaller universities and will undermine access for Indigenous students and other equity seeking groups.

Performance metrics cannot credibly reflect the breadth and depth of a student’s education, the long-term benefits of basic research projects, or the contributions of faculty members and academic librarians. In fact, evidence shows that performance funding cannot even produce the outcomes it promises. Instead, it has been shown to have numerous negative consequences, including an increased hiring of precariously employed contract faculty, a reduction in the admission of traditionally marginalized students, shorter programs with less quality control, lower graduation requirements, increased campus bureaucracy, and less institutional autonomy as government exercises more influence over which programs are offered.

“We don’t trust Doug Ford to measure quality at Ontario universities. Instead of putting the province’s postsecondary institutions at risk with this reckless and unstable funding model, the government should put students first and invest in Ontario’s universities,” said Sapra. “As it turns out, additional resources actually increase graduation rates. Unfortunately, Ontario is dead last in per-student funding in Canada. The last thing we need is Doug Ford meddling with Ontario’s universities.”

Additional, stable public funding for Ontario’s universities will help students by ensuring better academic support services, lower faculty-to-student ratios, and reduced tuition fees. This additional funding will also support good jobs on campus by providing universities with the resources to invest in faculty renewal and hire precariously employed contract faculty into secure full-time positions. It is time for Doug Ford to halt this reckless and destructive ideological attack on the foundations of Ontario’s postsecondary education system and start working with faculty, students, and staff to invest in the future of our universities.

Tips from The Co-operators

September 5th, 2019

How insurance rates are calculated

Do you ever wonder why your premiums sometimes change? Or why auto and home quotes are different from one insurance company to the next? There are several factors involved in determining who pays what rate.

What are risk levels?

Insurance rates are set based on risk, or the likelihood that someone will be involved in a claim. The greater the risk,

the higher the premium. The lower the risk, the lower the premium. To set rates, actuaries study the claims history of groups of people with similar characteristics. They then add information about your particular history to determine the exact premium.

For example, home insurance rates depend on factors including:

  • whether your neighbourhood is prone to sewer backup
  • the crime rate and claims history in your neighbourhood
  • how close you live to a fire station and fire hydrant
  • the value of your personal property
  • your insurance history

Auto insurance rates reflect:

  • the driving experience of people in your age group
  • safety and theft statistics for your area
  • the safety features and statistics of your vehicle
  • the year, make and model of your vehicle
  • whether you commute to work or use your car for personal or business purposes
  • how many driving offences you’ve had, including past at-fault insurance claims
  • how many years you’ve been driving

What you pay for your insurance coverage also depends on the discounts you qualify for, how much coverage you decide to buy, and the deductibles you choose.

Federal and Provincial regulations apply:

Government regulations, taxes and the cost of health care also affect rate calculations. As these costs change, so do premiums. Rates can also be affected by increased court awards, towing fees, repair costs, insurance fraud, and more frequent and severe storms.

Understanding the basics of how premiums are calculated means you’ll be better able to choose the coverage you need. For more answers to common insurance questions, connect with us today at cooperatorsgroupinsurance.ca.

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Fair Employment Week, October 7-11, 2019 / Semaine de l’équité d’emploi, 7-11 octobre 2019

September 3rd, 2019

Memorandum 19:26


Date:  September 3, 2019


To:  Presidents and Administrative Officers; Local, Federated and Provincial Associations


From:  Pam Foster, Director of Research and Political Action


Re:  Fair Employment Week, October 7-11, 2019



Fair Employment Week (FEW) is taking place October 7-11, 2019. FEW is CAUT’s annual campaign to build national support for contract academic staff.


This year, FEW will be part of the For Our Future federal election campaign and serve as a key moment in our efforts to raise the profile of precarious work as a key issue facing post-secondary education in Canada.


October 7th is also World Day for Decent Work, an annual mobilizing moment for unions and labour organizations around the world to call on governments to take concrete action for decent work.


FEW is an opportunity to:

  • Raise awareness about the rise of precarious employment on campus and the unfair working conditions of one-third of academic staff in Canada; and,
  • Highlight the contributions made by contract academic staff, under difficult employment conditions.


To help you achieve these goals and enhance your local activities and events, CAUT offers the following:


Posters +

CAUT has created Make it Fair branded tee shirts and buttons, as well as posters on precarity to help raise the visibility of your campaign and FEW events. Please complete the material order form and submit it to CAUT’s Membership Engagement Officer, Christina Muehlberger at muehlberger@caut.ca.


Local Event and Activities Tips and Tools

As you finalize the details of your FEW event(s), share them on the CAUT FEW Events web page. This digital map provides a visual of the national support for fairness for contract academic staff.


Activities which have proven successful in previous years include:


  • Hold a reception or luncheon for your contract academic staff members.
  • Hold an information picket on your campus, using FEW flyers or material targeted to your situation.
  • Set up an information table in a high-traffic area of your campus where students, faculty and staff can find out about the campaign, sign a petition or express their support through a creative action, such as a photo booth.
  • Hold a Local Hearing where decision-makers and the public can hear testimony from contingent faculty, students and others on the challenges they face.
  • Bring resolutions about your issues forward for debate and consideration by your institution’s decision-making bodies.
  • Write op-ed pieces for your campus and community newspapers, radio stations and other media outlets. Invite the media to take part in FEW events.
  • Encourage your contract academic staff members to share their stories on social media with the hashtag #makeitfair and #elxn43.


Please consult our Election Toolkit for ideas on actions to undertake during FEW.


Please keep Christina Muehlberger informed of your plans. If you have any questions, please contact Christina by email at muehlberger@caut.ca or call 613-820-2270 x182.




Note 19:26


Date :  3 septembre 2019


Destinataires :  Présidents et agents administratifs; Associations locales, fédérées et provinciales


Expéditrice :  Pam Foster, directrice, Recherche et action politique


Objet :  Semaine de l’équité d’emploi, 7-11 octobre 2019



La Semaine de l’équité d’emploi (SEE) aura lieu du 7 au 11 octobre 2019. La SEE est la campagne annuelle de l’ACPPU pour rallier la population canadienne à la cause du personnel académique contractuel.


Cette année, la SEE s’inscrit dans notre campagne Pour notre avenir en prévision des élections fédérales et se veut un moment clé de nos efforts pour faire connaître le travail précaire omniprésent dans le secteur de l’éducation postsecondaire au Canada.


En outre, le 7 octobre est la Journée mondiale pour le travail décent, où les syndicats s’unissent pour réclamer aux gouvernements partout dans le monde des actions concrètes pour des emplois décents.


La SEE a pour objectifs de :

  • faire connaître l’augmentation des emplois précaires sur les campus et les conditions de travail inéquitables du tiers du personnel académique au Canada;
  • souligner l’apport du personnel académique contractuel en dépit de conditions d’emploi difficiles.


Afin de vous aider à réaliser ces objectifs et à rehausser le profil de vos activités et événements locaux, l’ACPPU met à votre disposition :



L’ACPPU a créé non seulement des affiches, mais aussi des t-shirts et des épinglettes portant le slogan « Justice pour tous » qui pourront vous aider à accroître la visibilité de votre campagne

et de vos événements de la SEE. Veuillez remplir le formulaire de commande d’articles et le faire parvenir à l’agente de la mobilisation des membres de l’ACPPU, Christina Muehlberger à muehlberger@caut.ca.


Conseils et ressources pour vos activités et événements locaux

Alors que vous mettez sur pied vos activités pour la SEE, n’hésitez pas à les publier sur la page Web Événements de la SEE de l’ACPPU. La carte numérique offre un aperçu visuel du soutien national pour l’équité d’emploi du personnel académique contractuel.


Les activités suivantes ont connu du succès au fil des ans :

  • Réception ou dîner pour vos membres du personnel académique contractuel.
  • Piquetage d’information sur le campus, avec distribution de feuillets de la SEE ou d’autre matériel adapté à votre situation.
  • Table d’information dans un lieu achalandé du campus où les étudiants, professeurs et autres membres du personnel peuvent prendre connaissance de la campagne, signer une pétition ou exprimer leur soutien par une action créative, comme une cabine photographique.
  • Audience publique où les décideurs et le public peuvent entendre le témoignage de membres du personnel académique, d’étudiants et d’autres personnes quant aux difficultés auxquelles ils sont confrontés.
  • Dépôt de résolutions sur vos enjeux auprès des organes de décision de votre établissement pour discussion et examen.
  • Rédaction de textes d’opinion pour les journaux du campus ou de la communauté, les stations de radio et d’autres médias; invitation aux médias à prendre part aux événements de la SEE.
  • Diffusion des histoires de membres du personnel académique contractuel sur les médias sociaux avec les mots-clics #justicepourtous et #elxn43.


Veuillez consulter notre Trousse électorale pour des idées d’actions à réaliser durant la SEE.


Veuillez tenir Christina Muehlberger au courant de vos plans et n’hésitez pas à communiquer avec elle par courriel à muehlberger@caut.ca ou par téléphone au 613-820-2270, poste 182, pour toute question.


Canadian Association of University Teachers
Association canadienne des professeures et professeurs d’université
2705, promenade Queensview Drive, Ottawa (Ontario) K2B 8K2
Tel \ Tél. (613) 820-2270
CAUT.ca \ //Facebook.com/caut.acppu \ AcademicWork.ca


OFL News Including a Scholarship Opportunity for Members!

August 26th, 2019

WLUFA members are also members of the OFL. The OFL is currently offering $2500 Jack Layton scholarships to members for their, or their child’s, first year of PSE studies.

To apply for the scholarship or to see the latest news from the OFL: CLICK HERE


OCUFA Calls for the Dismantling of HEQCO in the Wake of Senior Leadership Resignations

August 21st, 2019

OCUFA: Without a president, a mandate, or the trust of sector stakeholders, now is the time to shut down HEQCO

Toronto, Aug. 20, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —

The senior leadership of the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario (HEQCO) today announced that it was resigning, including President Harvey Weingarten. HEQCO has been the chief advisor to the Ford government on a number of controversial initiatives, including an attack on Ontario faculty over the age of 65. Since its inception HEQCO’s primary target in its analysis of Ontario’s system of postsecondary education has been faculty.

“HEQCO has long lacked the capacity or the confidence of the sector to play any role in improving postsecondary education in Ontario,” said Rahul Sapra, President of the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations. “Instead of continuing to waste money on shoddy research and bad policy advice, HEQCO’s $5 million funding should be reallocated to fill some of the recent cuts to the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP).”

HEQCO was responsible for a recent round of consultations on compensation for faculty over the age of 65. The consultations produced a remarkable set of regulations that allowed the Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities to arbitrarily override collective agreements and reduce the compensation of faculty over the age of 65.

“It was ironic that Weingarten positioned himself and HEQCO as the Ford government’s trusted advisors on faculty pensions. What Weingarten has not made a point of stressing is that he himself is the beneficiary of a massive public sector pension while he continued to work full time in a high-salaried government position,” said Sapra.

While President of the University of Calgary, Weingarten reached a secret deal with the University for a pension top up worth a total of $4.5 million. Weingarten received his payout just as the University of Calgary was engaged in a $14 million cost-cutting exercise that saw many staff and faculty lose their jobs. It took the Alberta Auditor General several attempts to access the contract, which was originally not put in writing. Weingarten’s initial contract made no mention of the supplemental pension. Weingarten now has a $4.5 million public pension fund along with a salary of $228,000 and whatever pension and benefits he negotiated as President of HEQCO and his new role at Massey College. Throughout his tenure at HEQCO, Weingarten consistently identified the pensions and salaries of Ontario faculty as the key challenge for the sustainability of Ontario’s system of postsecondary education, completely ignoring the fact that Ontario has the lowest level of per-student public funding in Canada.

“It was amazingly hypocritical of Weingarten and HEQCO to attack the modest pensions of Ontario faculty while collecting a $4.5 million pension that was originally negotiated in secret. Faculty at the University of Calgary were rightly appalled by this sweetheart deal and raised serious concerns about it. One wonders if that’s why Weingarten seems to have such great resentment toward faculty and faculty associations,” said Sapra.

“Weingarten seemed fixated on faculty pensions as a threat to the sustainability of Ontario’s system of postsecondary education. However, he seemed untroubled by the issue of sustainability in Alberta when he made this self-interested financial arrangement. Like most of Ford’s government and advisors, Weingarten thinks sacrifices and transparency are for other people,” continued Sapra.

Governed by a board appointed by the government, HEQCO has often misrepresented itself as an independent, arms-length agency of the government seeking to influence the key decision-makers, when in fact it receives its direction directly from government. The MOU signed between the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) and the Chair of HEQCO states that the Chair of HEQCO is accountable to the “Minister for the performance of the Agency in fulfilling its mandate, and for carrying out the roles and responsibilities assigned to the Chair by the Act, this MOU, and all applicable Government directives.”

HEQCO has also been repeatedly criticized for a lack of rigour and scientific integrity in its data analysis and research. Its reputation and credibility among sector stakeholders quickly deteriorated along with the quality of its research. Its controversial recommendations and failure to account for the fundamental role chronic underfunding has played in undermining postsecondary education and research quality resulted in its work being widely dismissed.

“During its existence, student numbers have skyrocketed almost seven times faster than faculty hiring,” Sapra said. “Because of its failure to tackle the most pressing challenges facing postsecondary education in Ontario, the province now has the highest student-faculty ratio in Canada. HEQCO has served no useful purpose besides apologizing for a funding model that leaves Ontario dead last in the country. It is time to chart a new path, starting with the elimination of HEQCO,” concluded Sapra.

Founded in 1964, OCUFA represents 17,000 faculty and academic librarians in 30 faculty associations across Ontario. For more information, please visit www.ocufa.on.ca.

Toronto Star Article: the impact of ancillary fees opt-out

August 15th, 2019

Toronto Star’s Kristin Rushowy outlines the impact, not only on universities overall, but specifically on the daily lives of our students.

See the article HERE.

Child Care Campaign / Campagne pour les services de garde

July 29th, 2019

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 association endorsements for its “Affordable Child Care for All Plan”.


The Affordable Child Care for All Plan calls upon all the federal political parties to build a robust child care system over the next ten years. It is the culmination of extensive consultations, investigation, and evidence-based policy discussions over the past year. It is shaped by Canadian and international research on the best way to make high quality early learning and child care accessible, and inclusive to children of all abilities and family circumstance.


The Affordable Child Care for All Plan aims to lower fees, improve availability, and raise quality by improving the wages and working conditions of child care workers.


Child Care Now is seeking local, provincial and national organizational endorsements as we head into the 2019 federal election. To endorse the plan send an email to ed@ccnow.ca.


You can also encourage members to get behind the campaign by signing up in support of the Affordable Child Care for All Plan at childcareforall.ca.




Note 19 :22


Date :  Le 25 juillet 2019


Destinataires :  Présidents et agents administratifs; Associations locales, fédérées et provinciales


Expéditeur :  David Robinson, directeur général


Objet :  Campagne pour les services de garde



L’ACPPU soutient l’organisme Un Enfant Une Place (auparavant dénommé Association canadienne pour la promotion des services de garde à l’enfance), une coalition qui sollicite l’aval des associations locales et provinciales à son « Plan pour des services de garde éducatifs et abordables pour tous ».


Le plan appelle tous les partis politiques fédéraux à bâtir, au cours des dix prochaines années, un solide système de services de garde à l’enfance. Il est l’aboutissement de consultations intensives, d’analyses et de discussions stratégiques fondées sur des données probantes qui ont eu lieu au cours de l’année. Cette feuille de route s’inspire de recherches réalisées au Canada et à l’échelle internationale sur la meilleure façon de rendre des services éducatifs et de garde de bonne qualité accessibles à tous les enfants, peu importe leurs capacités et leur situation familiale.


Le Plan pour des services de garde éducatifs et abordables pour tous vise à faire diminuer les frais de garde, à élargir l’accès aux services et à augmenter leur qualité en améliorant les salaires et les conditions de travail des personnes qui travaillent dans le secteur.


À l’approche des élections fédérales de 2019, Un Enfant Une Place invite les organisations locales, provinciales et nationales à s’engager en faveur du plan en envoyant un courriel à l’adresse ed@ccnow.ca.


Vous pouvez également encourager vos membres à apporter leur appui à la campagne et au Plan pour des services de garde éducatifs et abordables à partir du site childcareforall.ca.


Canadian Association of University Teachers
Association canadienne des professeures et professeurs d’université
2705, promenade Queensview Drive, Ottawa (Ontario) K2B 8K2
Tel \ Tél. (613) 820-2270 | Fax \ Téléc. (613) 820-7244
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