May all of your troubles last as long as your New Year’s resolutions! AUPE wishes everyone a safe New Year’s Eve and a 2007 filled with happiness and prosperity.
AUPE’s Executive and staff wish everyone the best of the holiday season. Merry Christmas!
EDMONTON – The Alberta Union of Provincial Employees will emphasize important rounds of bargaining and campaigns to change Alberta’s labour laws and oppose privatization during 2007, President Doug Knight said in his Year-End Message to members.
The Executive and staff of AUPE wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season.
Local 095 hosted its Annual Children’s Christmas Party Dec. 9 at Calgary’s Foothills Medical Centre. More than 300 children and parents met with Santa and were entertained by a magician, face painters and tattoo artists.
EDMONTON – AUPE General Service members employed with the provincial government should take the opportunity to complete an online bargaining survey that will help its bargaining committee develop proposals for upcoming negotiations in 2007.
Members of the Employee Benefits Committee, formed under Article 049 of the Provincial government/AUPE Master Agreement, met at the union’s Edmonton Headquarters Dec. 7, to discuss benefit costs and investments of the benefit plans.
The Women’s Committee presented a cheque for $14,000 Dec. 11 to Jan Reimer, Provincial Coordinator of the Alberta Council of Women’s Shelters. The proceeds were raised by Locals 095 and 118 and That 70s Show and Silent Auction.
EDMONTON – Members of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees who work for the Alberta Cancer Board voted overwhelmingly in a province-wide ballot to reject a mediator’s recommended terms for settlement.
EDMONTON – Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach announced the makeup of his new Cabinet this morning, a subject of great interest to AUPE members and other public sector workers.