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Appeal court upholds order for province to pay $19.4M to UMFA members

CTV 14 Jul 2023
Manitoba's highest court has upheld a decision ordering the Province of Manitoba to pay $19.4 million to the University of Manitoba Faculty Association (UMFA) for interfering in labour negotiations ... .
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Current art exhibitions at UMFA, Granary Arts, Gallery MAR

Salt Lake City Weekly 22 Feb 2023
Utah Museum of Fine Arts. Many Wests. Artists Shape an American Idea ... "The artists featured in this exhibition catalyze new understandings of a region and history that is so often submerged in stereotype and distortion," writes E ... Visit umfa.utah.edu.
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UM and UMFA begin binding interest arbitration process (University of Manitoba)

Public Technologies 10 Mar 2022
On March 11, 2022, the University of Manitoba and the University of Manitoba Faculty Association (UMFA) will begin binding interest arbitration in relation to outstanding issues from the last round of ...
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A quilt made of wood? New exhibition at UMFA challenges notions of what a quilt ...

The Salt Lake Tribune 01 Mar 2022
Every artist, no matter what the medium, has a source of inspiration. .
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Manitoba government ordered to pay $19.3 million to UMFA members in response to 2016 strike

CTV 24 Feb 2022
The Manitoba government has been ordered to pay $19.3 million to members of the University of Manitoba faculty after a judge ruled the province violated the Charter rights of the faculty during negotiations, which led to a strike in 2016 ... .
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New UMFA exhibition with SLC-based artist connects past and present

The Salt Lake Tribune 21 Jan 2022
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