Dal reaches agreement with union, ending strike

CUPE Local 3912 members at Dalhousie University have voted in favour of a new collective agreement, ending their nearly month-long strike. The agreement includes a 23.3% pay raise for part-time academics, a 32.1% raise for teaching assistants, a 44.5% raise for demonstrators and markers, and full payment to members for their Fall 2022 contracts. CUPE 3912 president Cameron Ells stated that increased wages “will make a real, positive change in (the workers’) lives.” In a memo, Dal President Deep Saini stated that “together, we have laid out a shared path towards a more supportive future for part-time and contract academic work at Dalhousie.” UKings| Global News| CBC| CTV Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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