Manitoba Organization of Faculty Associations
Fédération des Assocations des Professeurs Universitaires du Manitoba

  • Manitoba Organization of Faculty Associations

The Manitoba Organization of Faculty Associations (MOFA) is comprised of faculty associations from Brandon University, Université de Saint-Boniface, University of Manitoba, and University of Winnipeg representing approximately 1,600 individual academic staff.

Current Issues

Course correction needed at Pallister U June 27, 2020

By: Robert Chernomas and Ian Hudson – MANITOBA Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Joan McKelvey recently ruled that the Manitoba government’s Bill 28, which legislated wage freezes for all public-sector workers, represented “substantial interference” that resulted

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Court strikes down Manitoba’s ‘draconian’ wage freeze bill June 11, 2020

In a major decision, a Manitoba judge threw out controversial legislation Thursday that sought to freeze the wages of more than 100,000 public sector workers. Read the full article here.

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Pallister takes aim at Manitoba’s youth May 29, 2020

Premier Brian Pallister, for reasons known only to him, seems to have declared war on Manitoba’s youth during this pandemic. He has failed to protect the private sector that provides the jobs youth rely upon, and

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MOFA is a vehicle for communication and coordination across the faculties of professional scholars in Manitoba contributing to regional, national, and international social, scientific, cultural, state, and economic development within ecological integrity. We convene to secure our integrity as protectors of rigorous knowledge and free human expression across social, spatial, and historical boundaries.

Message of the Day

Pandemic Public Policy

In Focus

Labour

University Budgets & Priorities

Politics and Policy