Bargaining 2024

Recent News:

July 3, 2024 – Please read the latest bargaining update here: The Colleges Work Because We Do – Notice to Bargain

June 18, 2024 – Please read the latest bargaining update here: Our Colleges, Our Ontario, Our Contract – Bargaining Begins This Fall

April 19, 2024 – The latest bargaining update includes our 18 final demands moving forward in negotiations with the College Employer Council, a bargaining climate overview, and recommended actions to stay engaged in the bargaining process.
College Faculty Negotiations Update – April 19, 2024

December 13, 2023 – The latest bargaining bulletin introduces the recently elected college faculty bargaining team and includes a message from the team’s chair. There’s also an update on the Letter of Understanding re: Indigenous Knowledge Definition and a call for Bargaining Advisory Committee applicants.
Bargaining Bulletin December 2023

Bargaining Timeline:

Flowchart of Bargaining under the Colleges Collective Bargaining Act (Ontario)

College Faculty Bulletins:

December 2023

Bargaining Team 2024:

Ravi Ramkissoonsingh (he/him), Local 242 (Niagara) – Chair
Michelle Arbour (she/her), Local 125 (Lambton) – Vice-Chair
Chad Croteau (he/him), Local 110 (Fanshawe)
Bob Delaney (he/him), Local 237 (Conestoga)
Martin Lee (he/him), Local 415 (Algonquin)
Sean Lougheed (he/him), Local 657 (Canadore)
Rebecca Ward (she/her), Local 732 (Confederation)

Alternates:
Anna Ainsworth (she/her), Local 560 (Seneca)
Gillian Axten (she/her/elle), Local 417 (St. Lawrence)

Bargaining 2021:

College faculty stood in solidarity through this round of bargaining despite a pandemic and the unconstitutional constraints of Bill 124. We authorized a strike mandate, we rejected a management offer that failed to address our demands, and we finalized a collective agreement that achieves significant gains in compensation, Indigenization and equity, including addressing partial-load issues. A Workload Task Force was established to examine workload for full-time and partial-load faculty, including counsellors and librarians. The Task Force will complete its report with recommendations before the next round of bargaining, which will provide a framework for updating the outdated workload formula.
Please visit Bargaining 2021 for all the details.