Media release – December 9, 2016
For immediate release
(Sydney NS) The Cape Breton University Faculty Association (CBUFA) is deeply disappointed with today’s decision by the Cape Breton University Board of Governors not to ratify the tentative three-year agreement which the union had negotiated and voted to accept in . . . → Read More: CBUFA responds to Board of Governors decision not to ratify tentative agreement
(March 11, 2016) A joint report issued by representatives of the Cape Breton University Faculty Association (CBUFA) and the CBU Board of Governors has urged the university to focus on ways money can be saved without resorting to layoffs.
“From the outset, the faculty association has asserted that any discussion of layoffs was premature” said . . . → Read More: Report urges CBU to work around layoffs
PRELIMINARY VERSION, February 7, 2016, by Cameron Morrill and Janet Morrill Executive Summary: We analyzed the published annual financial statements of Cape Breton University (CBU) over the period 2007 – 2015 with a view to assessing the ability of CBU to increase salary and benefits to its academic staff. In particular, we tried to identify . . . → Read More: CBUFA Report on CBU Finances
CBU’s Financial Position is Relatively Stable and Healthy.
(Sydney, N.S – February 19, 2016) The Cape Breton University Faculty Association (CBUFA) has received an external analysis of Cape Breton University’s (CBU) finances that concludes CBU is not in financial difficulties.
“From 2007 to 2015, CBU’s operational budget showed annual surpluses,” says Scott . . . → Read More: CBUFA Press Release (2/2016)