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Faculty Votes 81.4% in Favour of Strike

by Travis Fauteux in UWindsor On Campus News

by Travis Fauteux The Lance – News Editor University of Windsor faculty has voted 81.4 per cent in favour of a strike, with fall classes set to begin in just three [...]


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