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MAFA issues solidarity statement in support of Mi’kmaw fishers

Solidarity Statement from the Mount Allison Faculty Association October 26, 2020 The members of the Mount Allison Faculty Association are mindful of the fact that we work on the unceded lands of the Mi’kmaw people and that the Treaties of Peace and Friendship are still in effect. We are appalled by the recent aggression of… Read more »

MAFA’s new collective agreements are now public

May 2020 Effective immediately, MAFA’s new full-time and part-time collective agreements are now public and are fully in force. They run until June 30, 2022. For more information, go to the following link:   Collective agreements

Mount Allison faculty ratify new collective agreements

Media Release                                                                        For Immediate Release February 14, 2020 Mount Allison faculty ratify new collective agreements Mount Allison faculty and librarians have voted 91% in favour of new part-time and full-time collective agreements in a February 10–12 ballot. The new collective agreements run for three years retroactive to July 1, 2019.  The ratification vote followed a… Read more »

Strike ends at Mount Allison University

Media Release                                                For Immediate Release February 8, 2020 Strike ends at Mount Allison University Sackville –The six-day strike of full- and part-time faculty and librarians at Mount Allison University has ended with a negotiated settlement. The Mount Allison Faculty Association (MAFA) negotiating team met with the administration team throughout the day and night yesterday and… Read more »

Solidarity Forever, MAFA 2020 Strike Lyrics!

Solidarity Forever written by Ralph Chaplin; made famous by Pete Seeger additional MAFA verses by Harold Engels to the tune of Battle Hymn of the Republic When the union’s inspiration through the workers’ blood shall run, There can be no power greater anywhere beneath the sun; Yes, what force on earth is weaker than the… Read more »