On July 8, 2016 CUASA filed a grievance on behalf of Professor Gorelick and as reported in the Ottawa Citizen. Read more here: http://ottawacitizen.com/news/local-news/faculty-union-files-grievance-after-prof-rejected-from-board Follow us on Twitter @cuasa #WeTheFaculty #RightToKnow
CUASA supports CUFA and Professor Homa Hoodfar. Please see the advocacy letter sent to Iranian authorities from the Canadian Academic Faculty Associations who are standing in solidarity to helo #FreeHoma. Letter from CUFA – Free Homa Now
The Canadian Association of University Teachers recently published a helpful guide for post-secondary institutions, faculty associations and individual faculty on how to properly acknowledge the ancestral lands on which our universities sit. We encourage you to share it widely with
Good Morning, Effective immediately until further notice, Christal Côté is Acting Executive Director.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Carleton Stakeholders Outline Requirements for Sexual Violence Policy (OTTAWA, 24 May 2016) – In light of the recent breakdown in the drafting of Carleton University’s Sexual Violence Policy, designated stakeholders representing labour and student unions as well as sexual violence survivors are moving forward
The CUASA Office will be closed Friday afternoons at 12:00 p.m. onwards from May 27 to August 26, 2016 inclusive, reopening Monday mornings at 8:30 p.m. Should you wish to contact anyone from the CUASA Staff, please leave a voicemail
From May 27, 2016 to August 31, 2016, the CUASA Office will be closed from 12:00 – 4:30 PM on Friday. Our regular office hours for the rest of the week are 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM.
This message is being sent out on behalf of Doug Short, president of ACIFA: Dear Colleagues, Thank you all who have already offered support to our friends at Keyano College. The incredible natural disaster that has occurred in Fort McMurray
April 28 is the National Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job. CUASA joins with the other members of the labour movement in remembering those who have been injured or killed on the job over the
(April 19, 2016 – Ottawa, ON) Over the past week, unions representing faculty, librarians, administrative staff, and graduate students at Carleton University have unanimously passed motions of non-confidence in the Board of Governors. These motions express the sincere concerns of