The University of Lethbridge Faculty Association (ULFA) strike has ended after 40 days. ULFA members ratified a new collective agreement after a second round of enhanced mediation. The strike ended on Monday at midnight and classes are set to resume this morning. “We were very pleased with what happened in the last couple of days,” said ULFA President Dan O’Donnell. “While we didn’t get everything that we wanted, we nevertheless were able to get some movement on some of our most important issues.” The new agreement is retroactive to the previous contract’s expiration date and will last until June 2024. CBC| ULFA Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.