A History of Ongoing Labour Negotiations
Last week, Concordia’s full-time faculty union voted overwhelmingly in favour of a strike mandate in response to delayed contract negotiations with the university.
This unprecedented move allows them the legal ability to call a strike with a 48-hour notice.
While a strike would be a last resort according to a CUFA press release, tense labour relations are nothing new to Concordia.
The Link put this brief timeline together to trace back some of the history of strained labour negotiations that have plagued Concordia’s history.