A provisional agreement has been reached. Members, please check your email for a vote in order to vote on the new agreement. Today, we let SGI know that we do not agree with the opening of the collective agreement and that we will not approve any of their demands. I would ask all Members to refer to the COPE 397 website (www.cope397.ca) and the COPE 397 Facebook page, on which we will provide updates. I also encourage members to update their contact information on the site so that we can, if necessary, update it by personal email and/or phone message. 1999 – The terms and conditions of employment of members of the English as a Second Language program were negotiated with the academic contract at the University of Regina, and these members are no longer subject to a separate collective agreement. As we mentioned in our last update, we received an oral notification of « Cost Containment » inside SaskTel. A meeting is scheduled for February 14 to discuss it. We have the obligation to meet with them to listen to their proposals for cost control. We will evaluate their proposals and provide an update at this stage. 1990 – Academic staff from saskatchewan Indian Federated College (now known as the First Nations University of Canada) join the URFA. Written scientific staff on the decisions of the first evaluators Jency Assistants – CBA – April 1, 2018 – March 31, 2021Constituency Assistants – CBA – April 1, 2015 – March 31, 2018Constituency Assistants – CBA – 1. April 2012 – March 31, 2015Constituency Assistants – CBA – April 1, 2009 – March 31, 2012Constituency Assistants – CBA – April 1, 2006 – March 31, 2009Constituency Assistants – CBA – April 1, 2003 -31.
March 2006 We will invite our members to participate in meetings, town halls, days of action and events related to this budget chaos in which the current government has brought the province of Saskatchewan. Our Union is made up of each member and together we will remain strong. All events take place on the website and Facebook page. I encourage everyone to participate in meetings and events. During the meeting, we were told that since we could not propose a solution to the current fiscal situation of the provinces, the government would do what it had to do. . . .