- X of an employee CNAQ
- October 04, 2012 - 15:08
The CNAQ campus in Doha distroyed my family. It is certainly not an environment for stable family living. Adultry is on the rise for sure. What a price for Newfoundlanders to pay.
- November 01, 2013 - 03:19
X of an employee CNAQ wrote: "The CNAQ campus in Doha distroyed my family. It is certainly not an environment for stable family living. Adultry is on the rise for sure. What a price for Newfoundlanders to pay". With all due respect, adultery and the breakdown of your family unit cannot be blamed on CNA, CNAQ or the living environment in Qatar. If you or your spouse chose to stray, those were behaviours that were within YOUR control!
- CNA Employee
- August 08, 2012 - 14:23
well the way I see it is that is they are accepting under qualified people to teach there electrical programs over there because of who their family members are, they need to shut the doors, they finally got rid of one of the major problems of HR being the former HR manager but there are several more above him who have packed up with their in laws who are under qualified to teach and headed to Qatar, I mean come on when the president of finance heads over you know there is only benefit for him, shut her down and let Alberta run it, all we do is teach from their manuals anyway. We teach because we love what we do and love to pass knowledge along to others, I haven’t met an instructor (trades) who is chasing the money that CAN has to offer.
- She's gone bye
- July 25, 2012 - 11:00
The 2022 FIFA World Cup will be held in Qatar, and Vaughan said the state is planning to invest $110 billion in it, including all sorts of training for tourism, security and project management positions. Money talks ...remember that they where paying off members of the olympic commite. Middle east- middle ages- this is one corrupt Country. The college follows the same practices over there and can get away with what they want. Some of the Evil people may be gone but the overall head is still there.
- July 23, 2012 - 13:52
If there was any future, the Minister and the Premier would have been in Qatar for the meetings. Dunderdale backed out at the last minute. Perhaps she was training for the Tely Ten, but either way this looks bad for the future of the college. You make your bed, you then have to sleep in it!
- government employee
- July 23, 2012 - 13:46
Wow, this is spin like I have never seen. Not even a positive future comment. Things are really lookin bad over there. TIme to come back to the Rock you guys!
- July 23, 2012 - 10:34
You can be certain that Ms. Vaughn and the her buddy the Premier will travel to Qatar (first class) and still will not get a deal to extend the contract.
- July 23, 2012 - 08:57
The Telegram has made a lot of allegations in these articles but provided very little beyond hearsay to back them up. Sounds like a made up story and very little else.
- harvey dent
- July 23, 2012 - 08:52
The College has been working on this new Comprehensive Agreement for years. They actually submitted one to the State a couple of years ago. Still nothing ever happens and as in this article, no sense of optimism on their part. They will never get the State to sign a new agreement as long as they continue to break the rules, take from the employees and break the trust that the State places in them. It appears they are trying to get out of Qatar without paying the money they owe. Then the State will have to foot the bill for that too! We might as well start looking for new jobs now - and we are!