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More on presidents’ contracts

On August 18 we posted links to President Campbell’s employment contracts as well as various media stories that resulted from their being made public. Since then two more contracts have been released as a result of FNBFA’s right-to-information request: those of former President John McLaughlin for both 2002–2007 and 2007–2012.

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UNB professors’ salaries are transparent

The following letter-to-the-editor was published in the Telegraph-Journal this morning: There are a number of misunderstandings in “A president’s salary,” the editorial published in this paper on Aug. 15. Well, mainly one misunderstanding, repeated several times. Contrary to what the writer implies, university professors’ salaries are completely transparent. At UNB our collective agreements are posted […]

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Talking about the President’s contracts

There has been a lot of attention paid to the release of President Campbell’s two employment contracts (2009, 2014): NEW: “Federation may still pursue court action despite UNB contract release.” Emma McPhee. The Brunswickan (Aug 19, 2014). NEW: Letter-to-the-editor: “UNB professors’ salaries are transparent.” Telegraph-Journal (Aug 19, 2014). “UNB professors upset by president’s contract: Salary and perks worth almost half a […]

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RTIPPA request for UNB President’s employment contracts

UNB administration finally released copies of President Campbell’s employment contracts on August 13 in response to a Right-to-Information request. FNBFA list of University Disclosures Linked from President Campbell’s bio on the UNB website Or read them here: 2009, 2014

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