Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Labour Board Rules against University of Manitoba, Imposes Penalty

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Labour Board Rules against University of Manitoba, Imposes Penalty

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Labour board rules against University of Manitoba

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WINNIPEG - The University of Manitoba has been found guilty of unfair labour practices during its bargaining with the faculty association in 2016.

The Manitoba Labour Board board has ordered the university to pay each member of the University of Manitoba Faculty Association up to $2,000.

Faculty association president Janet Morrill says that equates to about $2.4 million.

It must also apologize to the faculty association and its members in writing.

The decision says the Progressive Conservative government ordered the university to impose a wage freeze in the middle of bargaining.

The labour board says the university failed to notify the faculty association in a timely manner about this and that compromised negotiations. …

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