The Manitoba Skills, Talent and Knowledge Report on Higher Education: Are the objectives and actions on the same path? The Manitoba Organization of Faculty Associations (MOFA) has reviewed the Manitoba Skills, Talent and Knowledge Strategy report and
Employment Opportunity The Manitoba Organization of Faculty Associations will be hiring a coordinator for a public relations campaign. We are looking for an experienced, energetic and flexible individual with previous experience in organizing public relations campaigns
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
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.
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
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Winnipeg, MB, April 30, 2020 MOFA demands accountability, investment in PSE Rally called for May 1, 12pm – MB Legislature Demand for public education has increased because of the pandemic’s effects on
The Manitoba government is expanding COVID-19 testing as it prepares to reopen the economy, and is signalling that cost-cutting to limit the pandemic’s effects on the provincial budget may not be as severe as some fear.