You can also contact your staff representative or the nearest regional office to get a copy of your collective agreement. Here is a list of all the regional offices. Prime Minister Ford wasted no time in starting his attack on public sector formation. While its changes affect Ontario students from kindergarten to post-secondary, here`s a look at how colleges and university students are affected. Within a year, Ford: The Colleges Collective Bargaining Act, 2008, designated the College Employer Council (www.thecouncil.on.ca) as a bargaining partner for Ontario colleges in bargaining with the union (OPSEU), which represents university staff at colleges. OPSEU represents workers in too many collective agreement units to provide copies of collective agreements to individual employers on the site. If you can`t find your collective agreement on this page, you can search for it in our private sector – the membership portal. Please log on to the members` portal to verify that your collective agreement has been published for you. Planning for a symposium on shared governance in 2020 is underway. Ontario colleges.

Sheridan applied for the status of university/polytechnique, which would stand out in Canada`s post-secondary sector as the only system without some form of common governance. This increasingly strengthens a corporate structure of financial priorities and leaves no voice to the faculty`s experts. After participation in university leadership has gained academic freedom and the right to speak of all issues of academic quality and concern during the last round of negotiations, participation in university leadership is the next fundamental exercise of this academic freedom. This symposium will examine issues of common governance in the context of colleges: shared governance models, results-based programs, codes of conduct, loyalty obligations, confidentiality versus transparency, among other topics. On April 11, the Ford government announced that 60% (until 2025) of Ontario`s post-secondary funding would be tied to the performance criteria they set under the SMA3 process. This is a remarkable jump from the 2 to 3 per cent proposed by the previous government and raises many concerns in our sector with respect to job stability and the quality of education. These metrics are designed as a pass/fail – in other words, they are all or nothing funding models. Maybe it`s a delayed incision in disguise. Based on the technical briefing of the Ministry of Training, Higher Education and The University, there are nine system-wide indicators and one specific indicator for higher education institutions: faculty members across the province went on strike for five weeks to obtain improvements to their collective agreement.