Carleton academic staff unanimously pass motion of non-confidence in Board, senior non-academic staff

April 18, 2016

The Carleton University Academic Staff Association has issued a statement saying that it has unanimously adopted a motion of non-confidence in Carleton’s Board of Governors and senior administrative staff. The statement claims that the motion comes largely in response to the Board’s implementation of its Code of Conduct, which allegedly imposes a lifetime restriction on what Board members can publicly say about the Board’s meetings and decisions. The statement also accuses Carleton’s Board of failing to give serious consideration to proposals put forward by CUASA and other campus groups in its review of the Board's bylaws. CUASA | CAUT