Classes canceled at Capilano after CFA joins MoveUP in strike action


Classes, activities, and events on Capilano University’s campus have been suspended due to strike action. In a show of solidarity, the Capilano University Faculty Association (CFA) joined the strike led by MoveUP, which represents Capilano employees. In May, Capilano offered an agreement that included a wage increase of 12-13%, but MoveUP reportedly rejected the offer “over the single issue of remote work.” CityNews reports that MoveUP Local 378 wants to see specific language regarding remote work included within the collective agreement, which would enable members to seek grievances if the employer does “not live up to their obligation.”

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