Faculty union strike at USainte-Anne ends after agreement to go to binding arbitration

The faculty union strike at Université Sainte-Anne has come to an end after the university and faculty union agreed on binding arbitration. The arbitration will resolve the outstanding issues on claims such as workload, monetary issues, and collegiate tenure. USainte-Anne’s classes resumed on Monday, and the institution’s board of governors opted to add an additional week of classes to the winter term. The strike lasted seven weeks, which reportedly makes it Nova Scotia’s longest academic union strike. CBC| CAUT| USainte-Anne Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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