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OTTAWA, Ont. – Teaching Assistants (TAs) and Contact Instructors (CIs) at Carleton University, represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 4600, have reached tentative settlements with the administration, averting a strike.

The bargaining committees for both Unit 1 TAs and Unit 2 Contract Instructors will recommend the proposed settlements to the members later this week.

Details of the proposed collective agreements will not be released until CUPE 4600 members have had an opportunity to review all details and vote on the recommendations. The University Board of Directors will also vote to ratify the agreement.

In addition, CUPE 4600 stands in solidarity with our both the Carleton Undergraduate Student Association and the Graduate Student Association, who are still fighting to have the Carleton Administration release their fees.


For more information, contact:

James Meades, CUPE 4600 Co-President, 613-520-7482
John Gillies, CUPE National Representative, 613-237-0115,
Christian Martel, CUPE Communications, cell: 647-270-6775