Adam Fearnall, HUCSC president 2010/2011
Union Negotiations Update
Huron University College Students’ Council
What is Going On?
The UWO Faculty Association and UWO Staff Association
are not on strike yet and are still negotiating.
The first date that either union could officially strike is
An agreement may still be reached anytime before 12am on
What Does This Mean for Huron?
The HUCSC has been informed that Huron classes will
not be affected should a strike occur.
Huron students enrolled in main campus classes will not be
able to attend these classes.
Huron students may experience decreased bus services to
campus in the event of a strike. The LTC has indicated that they will
not cross picket lines and buses will not run to campus.
What Else Does it Mean?
All UWO services including libraries and support services
are developing contingency plans in case of a strike. Details
will be shared with Huron students when they become
Huron students with UWO courses required for graduation
will be affected by a strike. The HUCSC will work with Huron
administration to determine strategies to assist these students.
If a strike occurs the University would explore many different options
to minimize academic impact.
What Can the HUCSC Do?
Liaise with the Huron Administration to develop solutions to
assist Huron students who are impacted by a strike
Monitor the UWO negotiations and provide information to
Find answers to the questions of Huron students