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Monday, September 25, 2017

History

Time Line

1977 | The Labour Relations Board named the Association the certified bargaining agent for the academic staff, librarians, lab instructors and sessionals employed by the University of Regina, Campion College, and Luther College.  

1986 | The University of Regina administrative professional and technical (APT) employees joined.

1990 | The academic staff of the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College (now known as the First Nations University of Canada) joined.

1991 | The administrative, professional and technical (APT) employees of the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College (now known as the First Nations University of Canada) joined.

1992 | The teachers employed in the English as a Second Language Program at the University of Regina joined.

1999 | The terms of employment for members of the English as a Second Language Program were negotiated with the academic contract at the University of Regina, and those members are no longer governed by a separate collective agreement.