As faculty members head toward a possible strike, the University of Manitoba Faculty Association said on Sunday mediation with the administration was being extended for another 24 hours as it seeks to negotiate wages for the 2020-21 school year.
The original deadline for mediation was Saturday, but the UMFA extended it by 24 hours, said Greg Flemming, the executive director of the faculty association.
That also means a potential strike will be delayed.
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