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Scott Neigh | James Fauvelle and Mohammad Ali Aumeer talk about Ontario Students United, a new grassroots organization for students concerned about quality of education at Ontario community colleges.
Sean Saunders | As college lecturers are legislated back to work, it is worth comparing the changes to their conditions.
At the OSPEU rally at Queen's Park on Nov. 2
OPSEU Social Media Outreach | Students support faculty during the OPSEU strike at Ontario colleges
Instructobots at the OPSEU Rally on Nov 2.
Michael Jones | The Ontario college strike has been controlled by the employer in a paternalistic way, which is exactly how they’d like to run the entire college system.
The Rally 4 Faculty at Queens Park brought strikers from across Ontario, Nov. 2, 2017. Photo: OPSEU/Twitter
Meagan Gillmore | Pressure is being put on the provincial government to encourage equity for strikers ahead of the 2018 election
The strike feels a little harsher in Northern Ontario, and not just because picketers are already marching in sub-zero temperatures.
Meagan Gillmore | The ongoing strike at Ontario’s 24 publicly-funded colleges puts some of the most vulnerable students at greater risk, say faculty at northern Ontario colleges
Picketers from Fanshawe College in London, Ont., at the start of the strike in support of college professors, instructors, counsellors and librarians. Photo: Erin E. MacDonald/Twitter
Meagan Gillmore | ​More than 12,000 professors, instructors, counsellors and librarians took to the picket lines after OPSEU and the College Employer Council failed to reach agreement
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On the picket lines, image by David Starbuck
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