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Delegates at the 30th Annual FPSE Convention voted to elect members of the new FPSE Executive. The six-person Executive was confirmed following the Convention last month. The following positions and...
There is a lot of momentum created when the representatives of 10,000 post-secondary educators in BC unite around a single plan for action in their sector. That's what happened last week as delegates...
Bargaining, organizing and holding governments accountable are major items at FPSE’s 30th Annual Convention “Renewing our collective agreements and renewing our commitment to organizing are going to...
Working conditions have direct relation to classroom conditions. A key to improving the learning environment for post-secondary students in BC will be improving working conditions for educators, say...
Workplace stress comes in many forms, has many effects and, ultimately, can prove to be damaging not just for the worker who experiences the stress, but also the workplace where the stress is...
Community groups, arts and culture organizations, unions, seniors and students have banned together to press the provincial government to re-think its budget priorities. The group is called the...
Solidarity has always been an integral part of the labour movement. It is a recognition by all that we share a common struggle and a common history. But our solidarity often extends far beyond those...
BC's Finance Minster Colin Hansen has to be more than a little nervous these days. With his credibility in disarray following a 2009 budget that completely missed the obvious economic implosion that...
VICTORIA: "Instead of building a legacy, this budget fails to address a growing problem in post-secondary education in BC," said Cindy Oliver, President of the Federation of Post-Secondary Educators....
The Federal Minister of Labour announced three new appointments to the Canada Industrial Relations Board (CIRB), the quasi-judicial tribunal responsible for the interpretation and administration of...