HALIFAX – An alliance of students, staff and faculty at Nova Scotia’s universities and community colleges is calling on Mount Saint Vincent University administration to rethink their recent decision to cancel part-time contracts this year, a move that would result
READ THE OPEN LETTER HERE HALIFAX – An alliance of students, staff and faculty at Nova Scotia’s universities and community colleges is asking university administrations, and the provincial and federal governments, to reduce student tuition and increase student bursaries, prevent
Halifax, Nova Scotia: Unions representing employees at a number of Nova Scotia universities wish to thank the province and their institutions for taking important steps to protect our members and the public health. Our members are working hard to support
ANSUT stands in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en people in their quest for respect for their autonomy and sovereignty over their unceded land. In that regard, ANSUT fully supports CAUT’s position of solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en people, as indicated in the
KJIPUKTUK (Halifax) – 53% of professors teaching at Nova Scotia’s universities are now precariously employed, an increasing trend of which Dalhousie Faculty Association (DFA), the Association of Nova Scotia University Teachers (ANSUT) and CUPE3912 want to make Nova Scotian’s aware.