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ANSUT responds to Liberal provincial budget

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The Association of Nova Scotia University Teachers released a statement to the press, on April 3, 2014, responding with sharp criticism to the new Liberal government’s provincial budget.

With this budget, Nova Scotia’s government continues to neglect our province’s vital post-secondary education (PSE) sector, in direct contradiction to Premier Stephen McNeil’s statement earlier this year that “one of the things that we need to do as a province is to stop apologizing for the number of post-secondary institutions that we have in this province,” as they are a “great asset”.

Instead, the McNeil government has upheld the trend of neglecting PSE in Nova Scotia, to the continued detriment of faculty, students, staff and, ultimately, the province as a whole.

Please find ANSUT’s statement to the press here.

ANSUT Releases latest public opinion poll with the Nova Scotia Post-Secondary Education Coalition

On February 4, 2014, the Nova Scotia Post-Secondary Education Coalition (ANSUT, NSGEU, CFS-NS) released its latest in an ongoing series of public opinion polls that began in 2005. “Building For The Future: Public Opinion on Post-Secondary Education in Nova Scotia” suggests that, in keeping with our findings in 2005, 2007, and 2010, Nova Scotians continue to have serious concerns regarding the affordability and accessibility of post-secondary education in our province.

With the new Liberal government under Premier McNeil having signalled that we in Nova Scotia ought to start looking at our universities as assets rather than liabilities, the moment seems ripe for those of us involved in the post-secondary system to redouble our advocacy and amplify our voices. Making our concerns, and assessments of the difficulties facing PSE, ever more visible to the public eye will be crucial for the foreseeable future.

Please access our polling brief here and circulate it to your members and other interested parties.

ANSUT Releases Report on Senior Administrators’ Pay

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On September 11, 2012, ANSUT released its long-awaited report on levels of compensation for senior administrators at Nova Scotia universities. The report shows that over a seven-year period these have risen disproportionately to other costs, and calls for the government to take measures to stem this disturbing trend.

Click here for the full text of the report: A Culture of Entitlement

Click here for the report backgrounder: A Culture of Entitlement: Backgrounder


The next meeting of the ANSUT Council will take place on Saturday, March 29, 2014 at 10:00 AM in the FUNSCAD Lounge at the Granville Campus of NSCAD University. The next Annual General Meeting of ANSUT will take place on May 17, 2014.

The ANSUT Executive

Marc Lamoureux, Saint Mary’s University

Scott Stewart, Cape Breton University

Past President
Chris Ferns, Mount Saint Vincent University

Linda Mann, Mount Saint Vincent University

Mathew Reichertz, NSCAD University

Peter McInnis, St. Francis Xavier University

Contact ANSUT

c/o Matthew Furlong, Communications Coordinator
Phone: 1.902.414.8578

ANSUT Office
Evaristus Hall 425
166 Bedford Highway
Nova Scotia B3M 2J6