Membership Sectors

Government Services

All members of this sector are direct employees of the Government of Alberta.

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Government Services

Health Care

All members of this sector are employed in the health care field.

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Health Care

Education

All members in this sector are non-academic employees of universities, community colleges, technical institutions, and school boards across Alberta.

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Education

Boards, Agencies & Local Government

Members work for quasi-independent boards set up by the government of Alberta, government agencies, municipal governments, banks, and a private grain-handling company.

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Boards, Agencies& Local Government

Find your chapter, local, or collective agreement.

Collective Agreements and Chapter information are all available on your Local page. If you need assistance, please call the Member Resource Centre at 1-800-232-7284.

Committees

Article 15 of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees Constitution governs the formation and actions of AUPE’s committees.

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Area Councils

AUPE’s Area Councils are groups of union volunteers who organize and run family-oriented union events throughout the year.

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Benefits & Services

As an AUPE member, you have access to a variety of benefits and services from your union. From scholarships to crisis support to union education, AUPE has you covered.

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Union News

Contract ratified for Capital Care nursing care employees - Bargaining Update Local 049

Your bargaining committee is pleased to announce that your contract is now ratified.

Changes to the Labour Relations Code

On May 24, 2017, the government introduced Bill 17: Fair and Family-friendly Workplaces Act, which makes amendments to the Employment Standards Code and the Labour Relations Code. Alberta’s labour and employment legislation was severely out dated and lagging behind standards found in the rest of Canada and as set by the courts. Bill 17 makes moderate changes to bring our legislation and standards closer to mainstream and to alleviate some of the heavy imbalance of power and rights that currently exists in favour of employers.

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