This letter came across our desk from Neal McNare from Northern College (local 653), which is not only North of the 401, but stretches from Lake Temiskaming all the way up to Moosonee. It is his attempt to distill the
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 6, 2017
Colleges should get back to bargaining table, faculty say
TORONTO – The College Employer Council should be working out a deal at the bargaining table instead of calling a strike-prolonging vote on
On November 1, Day 17 of the strike, the College Employer Council (CEC) finally announced that they were prepared to return to the bargaining table. While this was welcome news at the time, their actions since returning indicate that this
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Ontario Public College System. And as of Monday October 16th at 12:01 a.m., 12,000 of us – full-time and partial-load faculty, librarians and counselors from across 24 colleges – have been on
Negotiating Team, Consult Your Members
from the pen of Ed Ksenych
This is going to be a risky article for many reasons. So if you’re not up for it in the midst of a college faculty – college management dispute,
Here is a letter that nicely sums up the issues of quality from Allan Esser
A few weeks back, I was walking down Madison Avenue in Toronto’s Annex Neighborhood. Madison Avenue is a beautiful tree lined street that
This week started off briskly with a flying picket rally at a downtown hotel in Toronto on top of the pickets at our campuses.
We also had representatives at Bill 148 hearings and are awaiting a report.
Halloween was somewhat
Please read the following article written by one of our elders: Ed Ksenych.
you can get it here
Opseu Strike bulletin 1:
Opseu Strike bulletin 2:
Newspaper and other media Articles:
CBC online articles: 1 2 We’re Ready to Talk…Let’s Go. Featuring our own Judy Lashley.
Inside higher ed: university perspective on part time teaching
You’re a part of labour history. When printers in Toronto’s Typographical union went on strike for a nine hour workday in 1972, unions were illegal, but ten thousand people showed up to support them. From their struggle, we have a shorter