Monthly Archives: April 2011

All Candidates Meetings, Kingston etc.

Kingston and the Islands and Lanark, Frontenac and Lennox-Addington. Kingston and the Islands 1. Monday, April 18, Corrections employees will hold an all candidates debate about corrections issues at the local and national level. Closure of the prison farms is … Continue reading

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OCUFA Report

Historic first agreement signed at St Jerome’s; tentative agreement at McMaster After some 14 months of negotiations, on April 6, the St. Jerome’s University Academic Staff Association (SJUASA) and St. Jerome’s University Board of Governors signed an historic first collective … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Voting Strategically.

Dear Colleagues, I started voting at age 21 in 1963 and have voted NDP ever since, no time off for good behaviour.    This election there is a Liberal sign planted firmly in my front yard with Ted Hsu’s name on … Continue reading

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QUFA Spring General Meeting

The QUFA SPRING GENERAL MEETING will take place THURSDAY 28 APRIL 2011 at 1.45 P.M. in THE AUDITORIUM, ELLIS HALL. All QUFA Members are encouraged to attend!

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Announcement: Day of Mourning Ceremony, 23 April 2011

As received by email, 11 April 2011.  To view the poster, click on the pdf below. Kingston & District Labour Council invites you to join them and guest speakers for the Day of Mourning Ceremony Thursday, April 23, 2011, 12 … Continue reading

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David Mullan, Comments on March 25, 2011, Draft of Functions of Senate

This commentary was solicited by QUFA; it is dated 2 April 2011 and is reprinted here by permission. It refers to two successive proposals from the Senate Operations Review Committee (SORC) for revising the 1982 Functions of the Senate. The … Continue reading

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