Affected classes resume today.
University of Manitoba
Confirmation by UMFA members is not expected until late Monday evening.
If we are not able to deal with students in all their complex and dynamic individualism, then education is merely a commodity and professors are simply cogs in the system.
“It kind of felt like they had just taken their ball and gone home” – Mark Hudson, UMFA president
“I’m hoping that our stance works alongside the current discussions and we’re able to pressure the negotiations to go quicker” – Tanjit Nagra, UMSU president
A top university should aim to provide the best education possible. Larger class sizes means less one-on-one time with the students.
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“We just saw no flexibility whatsoever, despite the fact that we walked in to that mediation saying that we would agree for the moment to set aside the salary question” – Mark Hudson, UMFA president
“The province has unnecessarily endangered a complex negotiation through this misguided interference” – Mark Hudson, UMFA president