First Nations University of Canada (APT)
The University of Regina Faculty Association (URFA) is the certified bargaining agent for First Nations University of Canada full- and part-time Administrative, Professional, and Technical (APT) employees.
The First Nations University of Canada embodies the values and aspirations of First Nations’ peoples to achieve education of quality with in a uniquely First Nations’ environment. The University seeks to promote, for all members of the University family, the development of spirit, body, mind, and sense of community. The Administrative, Professional and Technical staff at the First Nations University of Canada (formerly known as the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College) was certified in 1991 under the umbrella of the University of Regina Faculty Association. Currently, the Association represents approximately 20 permanent First Nations University APT members.
Your collective agreement is the written contract that outlines many of the terms and conditions of your employer as a member of the bargaining unit. The terms and conditions of the agreement are reached through collective bargaining between URFA and the First Nations University of Canada.
Please note that the documents posted online are not legally binding. Errors of commission and omission excepted.
Let us know what’s important to you in your next collective agreement
As you may know, your current collective agreement expired at the end of June 2021. Your bargaining team invites you, as a First Nations University of Canada Administrative, Professional and Technical (APT) member, to submit your feedback about what’s important to you as we prepare for the upcoming round of bargaining.
You are welcome to share your comments about topics generally or as they may relate to particular articles or appendices in your current collective agreement. Thank you for sharing what matters to you!