URFA stands in solidarity with Faculty Associations and the labour movement in Alberta, who are facing attacks from the United Conservative Party Government (UCP) including massive cuts to post secondary education and draconian labour legislation that limits the ability of unions to organize and advocate on behalf of their members.
Since the middle of March, the majority of URFA members have been working from their homes in makeshift offices.
The URFA Negotiating Committee is pleased to announce that a tentative agreement has been reached with Luther College Administration.
It has been an astonishing spring for all of us.
Results of the 2020 URFA Executive elections.
URFA/URSU joint letter in support of international students during COVID-19 pandemic
URFA stands in solidarity with the Black community and the demands for justice in the United States and in Canada.
Vote in the 2020 URFA Executive Committee elections.
Meet the candidates for the May, 2020 URFA Executive Elections.
While some faculties have suspended student evaluations of teaching for the semester, others have indicated that they are moving ahead with them anyway despite the massive disruption that has occurred to the student’s learning environment.