Members of AUPE’s Human Rights Committee gathered at the union’s Edmonton Headquarters on April 25. Seen here from left to right are: Jeanette Ross, Local 095; Daniel Balantac, Local 046; and Cec Cardinal, Local 003.
EDMONTON – After four days of bargaining this week, additional important gains have been made in negotiations for a new collective agreement for more than 20,000 direct employees of the government of Alberta, Locals 001 to 012.
EDMONTON – Provincially appointed mediator Michael Necula on April 18 recommended terms of a settlement with AUPE for Auxiliary Nursing Care employees at several Capital Care Group long-term care facilities in the Edmonton area and at St. Joseph’s Auxiliary Hospital.
EDMONTON – Members of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees paused to pay tribute today to AUPE members and workers throughout the world who have been killed or injured on the job.
PONOKA – Members of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees who work for the Town of Ponoka voted Wednesday evening to ratify a new collective agreement that includes across-the-board pay increases of more than nine per cent over three years.
General Service chairs held a regularly scheduled meeting at AUPE Headquarters in Edmonton on April 1.
Local 071/002 members who attended an Introduction to your Union Course held in Olds on April 5, pose for a photograph around a tank at the local Royal Canadian Legion.
EDMONTON – Members of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees will hold an International Day of Mourning ceremony tomorrow to pay tribute to AUPE members and workers throughout the world who have been killed or injured on the job.
Members of AUPE’s Anti-privatization Committee gathered in Calgary on March 8 to discuss the University of Calgary’s plans to eliminate 300 Food Services employees.
CALGARY – The Alberta Union of Provincial Employees is considering the appropriate response to yesterday’s decision by a Calgary Court of Queen’s Bench judge not to grant an injunction sought by the union to halt a plan by the University of Calgary to contract out its food services.