FAQ Category: Canada Wide Labour Relations Blog

Strike ends at Mount Allison University – 2020-02-08

“The six-day strike of full- and part-time faculty and librarians at Mount Allison University has ended with a negotiated settlement. …. Details of the tentative agreements will be shared with the membership early this week. A ratification vote will follow. Until then, no details… Continue Reading “Strike ends at Mount Allison University – 2020-02-08”

PSE Wage Tables – Ongoing

This resource provides a monthly update on wage details by employers in the post-secondary education sector. It is available here.

Alberta Bargaining Update – 2020-01

Read the full Alberta Bargaining Update for January 2020 here

Canadian Workers Get Fewer Paid Vacation Days Than Nearly Any Other Country in the Industrialized World – 2020-01-06

According to a recent study by the Centre For Economic and Policy Research looking into paid vacation and holiday time in countries across the industrialized world, Canada currently ranks near the bottom of the list. The average Canadian worker only receives 10 paid vacation days each… Continue Reading “Canadian Workers Get Fewer Paid Vacation Days Than Nearly Any Other Country in the Industrialized World – 2020-01-06”

‘Extremely frustrated and angry:’ Zero wage increases for Alberta teachers, nurses in arbitration rulings – 2020-01-10

Teachers and nurses will not be receiving any new wage increases after arbitration rulings came down Friday. The rulings come after the Alberta Teachers’ Association and the United Nurses of Alberta were hoping for wage increases and the province sought a two to five per… Continue Reading “‘Extremely frustrated and angry:’ Zero wage increases for Alberta teachers, nurses in arbitration rulings – 2020-01-10”