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Solidarity

AMURE’s postdoc bargaining team needs your support. The University is refusing to address our most important issues: Fair wages Professional development Paid parental leave Sick days McGill’s offer of a minimum salary of $37,500 and 39,000 in 2023 would mean

December 6th

Today, December 6th marks the 33rd anniversary of one of the most brutal mass killings in Canadian history at Ecole Polytechnique. Today we take time to reflect upon violence against women. We take some time to consider the impact this

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National Day for truth and Reconciliation

Calculating Your New Salary

We have created this calculator that you can download and use to calculate your new salary and an estimate of your retro pay. Please direct any questions to QandAnewCA@munaca.com.

Negotiations vs Conciliation vs Arbitration

Dear Members, Our office has received inquiries from members about the status of the ‘Negotiations’. This bulletin is to inform you of the difference between Negotiations, Conciliation, and Arbitration. Negotiations (2020-2022)As you know, your MUNACA Negotiations Committee was in lengthy negotiations

MUNACA on STRIKE Apr.20th and 21st!

2022-04-20 Strike Press Release Today, the McGill University Non-Academic Certified Association (MUNACA – PSAC Local 17602) which represents more than 1800 non-academic support employees, has gone on strike after being without a contract since November 2018. At 12:30pm today, the

Strike Notice

Wednesday April 20th, 2022, 07:00 to Friday April 22nd, 2022, 07:00 48 hours – MUNACA ON STRIKE! Every member of MUNACA is expected to report to their picket locations (see below) on the shifts they had previously indicated in their

MUNACA Strike Vote

[MONTREAL] McGill University takes great pride in being one of Montreal’s top employers, however, that has not translated with regards to its treatment of its employees. Consequently, last week the MUNACA membership voted in favour of a strike mandate. McGill

Strike Mandate

The MUNACA membership has given their Negotiations Committee a strong and clear mandate  in favour of a strike action.

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