Five hundred and thirty-six days—and counting. That’s how long the Concordia University Part-Time Faculty Association has been without a collective agreement. On the homepage of CUPFA’s site, there is a clock counting up the minutes since the union and the university last reached a retroactive agreement in March of 2015. It was only in effect for a month before the clock started ticking again. The negotiating parties met on Friday, and there are six more dates scheduled from now until December. «I’m concerned at this point, said CUPFA President David Douglas. We were not impressed with what happened over the summer.»
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