MOFA Letter to Minister Jon Reyes

Despite the Premier's claim that she intended to "take a bit of a step back" from the "Tennessee model" or performance-based funding, MOFA is still waiting for official confirmation that the government intends to actually stop this regressive policy. We have written...

MOFA Response to the Speech from the Throne

Universities are still not a priority for the Stefanson government The Speech from the Throne signals that this government will continue to interfere with Manitoba’s universities, giving primacy to the immediate needs of the labour market rather than student and...

MOFA Supports CUPE Education Workers in Ontario

The Manitoba Organization of Faculty Associations (MOFA) strongly condemns the Ontario government's Bill 28, "Keeping Students in Class Act," and the use of the notwithstanding clause to violate the Charter rights of over 55,000 CUPE education workers in the province....

MOFA Brief on Performance-Based Funding

MOFA has prepared the following response to the Department of Advanced Education, Skills and Immigration's request for additional consultations on a performance-based funding model (PBF) in Manitoba. MOFA has previously engaged the department on this matter through...