We are pleased to announce that MAFA and the employer have reached a tentative agreement. More information will be made available shortly to members of the bargaining unit. Details of the ratification vote will be announced soon.
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(October 17, 2016. Sackville, NB) Members of the Mount Allison Faculty Association (MAFA) voted in favour of a motion supporting their negotiating team and strike action if necessary in a straw strike vote conducted this past week. Members voted 87% in favour of the motion that they support the work of the MAFA negotiating team… Read more »
On June 15, 2016, representatives from MAFA and the Employer began negotiations to establish new collective agreements for full- and part-time faculty. The current collective agreements expire on June 30, 2016.
(March 21, 2016-Sackville, NB.) The Mount Allison University administration has just released its legal fees paid for the 2014-15 fiscal year and it’s a record amount. According to the disclosure, in 2014-15 Mount Allison spent $474,118 on legal fees in that year, after spending $455,585 in the 2013-14 year. “This radical increase in legal fees… Read more »
In this newsletter …. (available at the link below) President’s Report MAFA members vote against reappointment of the Provost Collective Bargaining Report Grievance Report Results of survey on use of Stipendiary Faculty Report on FNBFA’s Workshop on Mental Health in the University Work Place Part-time Members Awarded Research and Creative Activity Stipends MAFA Participation in… Read more »
In this edition…. President’s Message Grievance Report Mount Allison Academic Staff Complement Hits 11 Year Low Collective Bargaining Report Joint Liaison Report Atlantic Queer Caucus Report Schedule of Events for 2015-16 Newsletter Sept 2015
New MAFA members can find information about MAFA and our role at Mount Allison in this year’s New Members guide.
(April 30, 2015-Sackville, NB.) Recent right to information (RTI) requests made by the Federation of New Brunswick Faculty Associations (FNBFA) have revealed Mount Allison University spending on legal fees in the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 fiscal years. The University reports that it paid $31,878 to lawyers in 2012-2013. Payments to lawyers in 2013-2014 totalled $455,585. “While… Read more »
In this edition…. President’s Message Sabbatical Replacements at Mount Allison, 2010-16 Grievance Report Zero Tuition Campaign Newsletter March 2015
An Executive Newsletter in which the MAFA Executive addresses the appointment of a Vice-President International and Student Affairs. Newsletter January 2014