Labour Relations

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Updates on labour relations between the university and its bargaining units.

DFA negotiations

Updated Wednesday, October 28, 2:30 p.m.

The Dalhousie Board of Governors (The Board) and the Dalhousie Faculty Association (DFA) have been in discussion and recognize that a work stoppage would not be in the best interests of our community. There will be no strike or lock-out at this time.

The Board and the Dalhousie Faculty Association have agreed to request the Minister of Labour and Advanced Education to appoint a conciliation board to assist us in reaching renewal of our collective agreement. A conciliation board will include nominees from both the Board and DFA. The timing for the conciliation board process is to be determined, recognizing both parties will fully engage and respect the conciliation board process.

Together, we have agreed that we will not be making additional public statements in regards to negotiations, but will certainly ensure relevant updates for our community are shared as soon as they are available.

We appreciate our community’s patience and we look forward to reaching a resolution.

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