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FPSE News Release VICTORIA: -"The political stalemate that the BC Liberals have created in BC means critical services like post-secondary education are being left behind," said Cindy Oliver, President...
“This is disappointing news, but we will continue to support other court actions to ensure that our rights are protected,” said Cindy Oliver, President of the Federation of Post-Secondary Educators....
“Over the last four weeks we’ve seen a ministry split in two and now a re-shuffling of responsibilities to fill in for an aspiring leadership contender,” said Cindy Oliver, President of the 10,000...
Where's the sense in paying two people different rates for doing the same work? There isn't any, and that's the problem. The employer practice of picking and choosing who gets what pay for what work...
“The announced changes to what was previously called the Ministry of Advanced Education are puzzling because they divide what should be a unified portfolio of post-secondary institutions and...
The debate over rank and advancement within BC's new special purpose teaching universities was the subject of a panel discussion at a recently organized faculty and public forum at Kwantlen...
"The pay-off for BC and BC's students will be significant," said Cindy Oliver, President of the Federation of Post-Secondary Educators (FPSE). Oliver was making the comment following a presentation by...
“Contingent academic faculty across North America have a common goal: to build strength through a shared strategy of organizing and bargaining,” said Cindy Oliver, President of the Federation of Post...
Voters in BC have had quite a year. Following the May 2009 provincial election, they were stunned to find out that an issue the BC Liberals had promised not to enact-the harmonizing of our provincial...
The federal government is pushing hard to make a significant change in the way Statistics Canada conducts the 2011 Census. If the Minister responsible for Statistics Canada, Tony Clement, has his way,...