Unions at Memorial, Trent, Queen’s reach agreements


Faculty and support staff unions at Memorial University, Trent University, and Queen’s University have reached agreements. Memorial’s board of regents and the Memorial University Faculty Association will be voting on a tentative agreement that would end a strike that started in late January. Queen’s and the Queen’s University Faculty Association have reached a tentative deal which includes annual wage increases of 3.5%, 3%, and 3% over three years, as well as increases to the Scholarly Research Fund for Adjuncts. Trent and OPSEU Local 365, which represents the university’s support staff, have ratified a new collective agreement after ratifying the agreement. Highlights of the agreement include a conversion to the University Pension Plan, benefits increases, and wage increases.

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