The Canadian Federation of Students, through its affiliated student unions and associations, called a walk out day Wednesday, March 20.
Here is the list of campus actions across Ontario.
This protest communicates a clear message to the provincial government that students oppose Ford’s changes to OSAP and student associations that were recently imposed upon them.
Brock Graduate Student Association organized an event between 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm on MARCH 20th for all students who wish to walk out in protest. Gather at noon in front of GSA office MC C 302.
Members of our union who hold classes at the time are free to join the protest. The local is unconditionally backing up every member and student who decide to join the walkout. We urge our members whose students join the walk out not to penalize students for missing a class because they engage in the protest.
On November 5, All Unions Luncheon was held in the Pond Inlet to discuss the impact of Workday. We have transcribed the plentiful compilation of problems and solutions that were jotted down on sheets of flip chart paper at every table. For the document click here.
On Monday and Tuesday, November 26 and 27, the flip chart sheets will be displayed at a table in MC A hallway. We welcome passerby to share their Workday experience.
October 18, 2017
CUPE 4207, representing 1000 academic teaching staff at Brock University, sends its full and unwavering support for your job action to fight against precarious working conditions and the growth of part-time work and for increased academic freedom, job security, and equal work for equal pay.
We are motivated and inspired by your job action against one of the largest scourges of our times – precarious work. Often in the form of part-time and/or contract work, it has devastating effects on workers’ emotional and physical well-being through economic insecurity, additional stress, work-life imbalances, and the inability to plan one’s life. The dependency on part-time and contract work in post-secondary institutions is an attack on the very communities that keep these institutions running. Colleges and universities alike must learn that workers will not stand for this unsustainable model. OPSEU College Faculty are now at the forefront of a movement to create the kinds of conditions so many academic workers across Ontario have been discussing for years. We offer our support in whatever form we can for as long as it takes.
CUPE 4207 Executive Committee
Brock University, St. Catharines
We are excited to be hosting a welcoming event for our members! Kindling Solidarity: welcoming bonfire and games night is a chance for our members to meet each other, enjoy some fun games and the beautiful scenery at Brock! The event takes place on Thursday, August 27th from 5-8pm at the Fire Pit by Alphie’s Trough. There will be food and beverages provided. So get ready to bring out your fun side and to get the chance to meet fellow members! We hope you can come out!
CUPE 4207 Kindling Event Fyler