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The BCIT Faculty & Staff Association is affiliated with two organizations: the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) and the BC Federation of Labour (BCFED). Find out more about these organizations and opportunities for member involvement here.

Interested in joining a CAUT or BCFED committee? Nominating someone for a CAUT award? Check out our blog for details.

Canadian Association of University Teachers

Founded in 1951, CAUT is the national voice for academic staff. Today, representing 70,000 teachers, librarians, researchers, general staff and other academic professionals, CAUT is an outspoken defender of academic freedom and works actively in the public interest to improve the quality and accessibility of post-secondary education in Canada.

As members of CAUT we also have access to their Affinity Program

Find out more on the CAUT website.

As part of our membership with CAUT we are able to appoint FSA staff and members to CAUT committees.

Committees & Current Appointments

BC Federation of Labour

The BC Federation of Labour represents over 500,000 members from affiliated unions across the province, working in every aspect of the BC economy. It has a long and proud history of fighting for the rights of all working people to a safe workplace and fair wages.

The goals of the BCFED are best exemplified by its slogan: “What we desire for ourselves, we wish for all.”

Find out more on the BCFED website.

As part of our membership in the BCFED we are able to appoint FSA staff and members to BCFED standing committees.

Committees & Current Appointments

  • What are your rights?

    The Collective Agreement, along with various memoranda of agreement, regulate the terms and conditions of employment of FSA members.
    Read your CA
  • FSA Diversity Circles

    The FSA has launched the Diversity Circles project. Want to learn more and get involved?
    Find out more!
  • FSA Newsletter

    October 2017, Vol 49 Issue 1

    Check out our latest newsletter highlighting our representation work!

    October 2017, Vol 49, Issue 1 (PDF)

    Newsletter Archive