Dalhousie University has reached a tentative agreement with its teaching staff after a strike of nearly three weeks. The new agreement reportedly includes a better raise than the previous agreement offered CUPE will present the deal to the affected employees and a ratification vote will be held later this week. If the agreement is ratified, affected union members will return to work in the coming days. “Dalhousie University offers its thanks to the members of both bargaining teams for their efforts in reaching this outcome,” said Dal Acting Assistant VP of Human Resources Chris Hattie. Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.