The union’s Membership Services Committee gathered in Red Deer Jan. 26, where some of the committee members were assigning AUPE stewards to appropriate levels based on their experience and qualifications.
Members of the union’s Human Rights Committee held their regularly scheduled meeting Jan. 24, at the Forest Grove Care continuing-care centre in Calgary.
Members of the union’s Committee on Political Action (COPA) held a regularly scheduled meeting Jan. 19, at AUPE Headquarters in Edmonton. The committee is chaired by AUPE President Doug Knight.
More than 100 at Red Deer info picket press for solutions to Child and Family Services understaffing, caseloads
RED DEER – More than 100 AUPE Local 006 members and their supporters held a boisterous lunch-hour information picket today to make it clear that the province needs to deal with understaffing and heavy caseloads facing Child and Family Services workers.
RED DEER – Reminder to media: Child and Family Services workers who are members of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees will hold a lunch-hour information picket outside the Red Deer Provincial Building today.
AUPE Local 003 members, on a “TNT Tour” to support striking Saskatchewan Government Employees Union members, joined an SGEU picket line Jan. 23 in Saskatoon.
RED DEER – Child and Family Services workers who are members of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees plan to hold a lunch-hour information picket tomorrow outside the Red Deer Provincial Building.
RED DEER – AUPE’s bargaining committee for direct government employees needs to differentiate between the Alberta economy, where inflation is soaring, and the economy of the rest of Canada, participants in the General Service Bargaining Conference were told this morning.
The Member’s Benefit Committee held a regularly scheduled meeting at AUPE Headquarters in Edmonton recently.
RED DEER – Bargaining committee members from each of the nine Alberta Union of Provincial Employees locals that represent more than 20,000 direct employees of the provincial government begin a two-day conference here tomorrow.