Ryerson students in a joint graduate program with York University are being affected by its current strike, but Ryerson said some professors and instructors are willing to offer accommodations. Students…
Ontario’s back-to-work legislation has forced college faculty and staff to return to their classrooms today, following a five-week-long strike.
Ryerson’s collaborative nursing program is also aiming to have its students back in their clinical placements today and clinical conferences resuming again on Nov. 23.
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Ontario’s striking college faculty, including those in Ryerson’s collaborative nursing program, rejected an offer from the College Employers Council on Tuesday—sending them back to the picket line.
Eighty-six per cent of the 12,000 striking faculty members voted against the offer, prolonging the strike, now in its fifth week.
Four weeks in, Ontario college faculty (including some at Ryerson) and librarians are still in a dispute with the College Employer Council and so far, the response from students has been annoyance and indignation at both sides.
Students from Ontario colleges gathered in front of Queen’s Park today to air their frustrations about the ongoing strike. Their message? Get back to the classroom.
The Students First Rally, hosted by the College Student Alliance, gathered college students from across Ontario to stand in solidarity and pressure both sides of the labour dispute to go back to the bargaining table.