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News / Deal at Dalhousie

News / Deal at Dalhousie

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The Dalhousie Faculty Association and Dalhousie University reached a tentative agreement Feb. 1, following three days of conciliation.

“The DFA bargaining team has been working diligently for many months to negotiate an agreement that we can recommend to our membership,” said faculty association president Darren Abramson. “We feel we have accomplished our goal, and are now preparing for our next round of negotiations in 2020.”

The details of the tentative deal will be available once it’s ratified by members of the faculty association and Dalhousie’s board of governors.

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