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June 15, 2017

Algonquin College's failed, men-only college in Saudi Arabia has lost $6.2 million in both operating losses and costs associated with exiting the deal, according to figures released Monday at the school's annual board of governor's meeting.

January 27, 2017

Ontario colleges sent back to drawing table to readjust wage hikes for execs

Advanced Education Minister Deb Matthews has told colleges to change their plans for executive pay increases that students and union leaders termed unfair and out of line with other college workers.

January 27, 2017

Following allegations of tampering with union elections in 2013, Algonquin College will forfeit $100,000 in faculty union fees, provide training in labour relations to managers, and remain neutral in future union elections.

January 25, 2017

Pay hike considered for Confederation College president

The chair of OPSEU’s College Academic Workers Divisional Executive continued to question the logic of hiking executive pay when colleges continue to experience tight budgets that are limiting frontline resources for students.

January 19, 2017

OPSEU Local 415, representing faculty at Algonquin College, has issued the news release below after an arbitrator's ruling that college management interfered in the local's elections in 2013.