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Université de Saint-Boniface averts strike

The Université de Saint-Boniface (USB) has reached a tentative agreement with its professors to avert a Monday strike.

USB officials said this afternoon that the school and the Association des professeurs et des professionnels de l’USB (USB Faculty Association) reached a tentative collective agreement. No details of the agreement will be shared until the agreement has been ratified by the Faculty Association.

A strike has been averted. Classes will therefore be continuing as usual next week, said USB.

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The Université de Saint-Boniface (USB) has reached a tentative agreement with its professors to avert a Monday strike.

USB officials said this afternoon that the school and the Association des professeurs et des professionnels de l’USB (USB Faculty Association) reached a tentative collective agreement. No details of the agreement will be shared until the agreement has been ratified by the Faculty Association.

A strike has been averted. Classes will therefore be continuing as usual next week, said USB.

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