On Campus

An undergrad workers union?

Undergraduate students employed by McGill University are the target of an unionization drive led by fellow undergraduate students reports The McGill Daily.

The organizers are hoping to obtain union card signatures from at least 35 per cent of undergraduates employed by the university to certify their union.

I state this could be the start of a trend, but the political atmosphere in Quebec is so different from the rest of the county that I believe McGill and Concordia are the only two English language universities where an undergraduate labour union could successfully take root.

Read the full story on The McGill Daily website.

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