Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Global News: U of Manitoba Faculty vote to strike

 According to the University of Manitoba Faculty Association (UMFA), 80% of voting members voted to strike amid an ongoing labor dispute with the school's administration.

Global News reports that the UMFA has asked the administration to either agree to binding arbitration or respond to the union's last offer.

The union, which represents 1,240 full time faculty, librarians lecturers, and instructors, have been in negotiations with UM since August.

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