Rally on Wheels for Public Education in support of Laurentian University!

On Friday, April 30th, join us at the ‘rally on wheels’ in your city or participate online to protest the decimation of Laurentian University, the chronic underfunding of post-secondary education, and the political interference by Premier Ford and his government, which has failed to provide emergency funding to Laurentian or to stop the CCAA process—once[…]

WLUFA Executive calls for Resignations of of Ross Romano and Laurentian Senior Leadership Team

On Monday, April 12 it was publicly revealed that 110 full-time faculty members and an untold number of contract faculty and staff had lost their jobs and 69 programs (mostly in social sciences and humanities, leaving most STEM programs intact) were being cut at Laurentian University. These devastating cuts are the direct result of the[…]

Day of Action: End Precarious Employment

There is a big elephant in the room of postsecondary education, that negatively affects students, community, tenured faculty, and contract faculty. This is chronic underfunding. Chronic underfunding is the root cause of precarity on campus and astronomically high tuition fees. This underfunding is the reason 50 per cent of undergraduate courses are taught by precariously[…]

Solidarity Update: Devastating cuts to Laurentian Announced

WLUFA is appalled by the recent devastating cuts initiated by Laurentian University’s administration, which include the laying off of 80 to 100 professors and the elimination of 58 undergraduate and 11 graduate programs. This is in addition to the earlier announcement from Laurentian that it was unilaterally severing its federation agreements with three institutions,  Université[…]

Letter from Presidents of Golden Horseshoe FAs on Laurentian CCAA Process

On April 6th, faculty association presidents from the Golden Horseshoe area released an open letter directed at Minister Romano, with five demands: substitute meaningful consultation with stakeholders for the flawed Senate process, share all key documents with the parties, provide increased funding to LU, support the education completion of the students at the federated colleges[…]

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[…]

OCUFA Report

  Don’t miss an Issue! Subscribe to the OCUFA Report Follow us on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter In this issue… OCUFA expresses concerns about “consultations” on public sector compensation Supporting student sit ins against cuts to education Last chance for Worldviews 2019 early-bird tickets     OCUFA expresses concerns about “consultations” on public[…]

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 In this issue… OCUFA’s analysis of the 2019 Ontario Budget New speakers announced for Worldviews 2019     OCUFA’s analysis of[…]

OCUFA Budget 2019 review-follow up

Sent on behalf of OCUFA Executive Director, Michael Conlon:   Dear colleagues,   Following our review of the budget document on Friday, we have been further looking into the details of the different provisions and changes in the Ontario budget bill. We have identified a new amendment to the Ministry of Training, Education and Universities[…]

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