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A clear case of conflict of interest

In November 2015, a series of investigative media stories shone a national spotlight on the relationship between oil...

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November, 2017

News // Dalhousie urged to amend student code of conduct

CAUT is calling on Dalhousie University to amend its student code of conduct after a student...

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November, 2017

News // Deadline extended for survey of contract academic staff

CAUT is extending the deadline to complete the national survey of contract academic staff to...

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November, 2017

News // Deal ratified at Laurentian after 10-day strike

After a 10-day strike, the 373 regular and 304 contract academic staff members of the Laurentian...

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In this Issue

More than 12,000 Ontario college professors, instructors, counsellors and librarians took job action Oct....
Christina Muehlberger Membership Engagement, Organizing & Outreach Officer Christina holds a master’s...
by James Compton Lest We Forget. This phrase is familiar to many Canadians who hear it recited every...
by Cameron & Janet Morrill The need to “tighten our belts” is heard so often in the public sector, it is...
by Donald C. Savage On 11 November 1997 the General Conference of UNESCO adopted a Recommendation...

Interview

Interview // Joel Lexchin

Dr. Joel Lexchin is professor emeritus at York University and an emergency physician with the University Health...

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