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Errol Salamon | Yesterday, McGill TAs went on strike -- but this will not be enough to reverse the culture of consistently undervaluing grad students.
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Raluca Bejan | The University of Toronto claims the deal rejected by striking CUPE 3902 workers was "generous" -- but TAs are seeing this fight as a chance to shed light on the precarities of academic labour.
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Raluca Bejan, Marshal German | University of Toronto provost and VP Cheryl Regehr is the administration's public face during the Teaching Assistant strike, now in its third week. She is also an acclaimed researcher in social work.
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Ella Bedard | Though strikes are ongoing across the country, big shows of solidarity and some significant gains were made this week for Canadian workers!
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J. Baglow | My response to Emmett Macfarlane's dismissal of TA unions.
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various | This is an open letter penned by graduate students in the Faculty of Social Work at U of T, addressed to VP and Provost, Cheryl Regehr.
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Rick Salutin | The strikes at U of T and York are a reminder of the crisis in post-secondary education. The solution -- not to the strikes but the larger crisis -- is changing the customer model that has taken over.
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Ella Bedard | Across Canada, Toronto's university workers aren't the only ones on the picket line!
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Ella Bedard | At the last minute, TAs vote to reject a tentative agreement at the University of Toronto.
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Chris O'Gorman | Carleton's teaching assistants and contract instructors, represented by CUPE 4600, reached a tentative settlement just before 1:30 a.m. March 10 after months of negotiations.
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Michael Stewart | UBC is facing strike votes from two of its three collective bargaining units: the Teaching Assistants Union, CUPE 2278, will vote for job action on March 22.
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Jesse McLaren | Organized in just a week, hundreds of people representing a broad layer of the University of Toronto community united for the rally Defend our education: Support teaching assistants.