AUPE Executive Secretary-Treasurer Bill Dechant Feb. 27, addressed participants attending AUPE’s Sixth Annual Labour Education School in Jasper.
A total of 260 members are attending the union’s Sixth Annual Labour Education School currently being held in Jasper.
EDMONTON – Members of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees were pleased to learn today that the Government of Alberta will proceed with plans to build a new Edmonton Remand Centre to replace the current overcrowded and dangerous facility.
JASPER – AUPE President Doug Knight welcomed nearly 260 participants to the union’s sixth annual Labour Education School Sunday evening, advising them to play an active role in their courses and to compare notes with one another about the challenges they face in their worksites.
JASPER – More than 260 members of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees will take part in the union’s sixth annual Labour Education School, starting tomorrow at the Jasper Park Lodge.
Local 049 Chair Mary Kehoe presents a cheque for close to $500 to AUPE President Doug Knight. The funds will be donated to Robert Anderson, a Local 005 forestry worker who was seriously injured last July during a helicopter crash.
EDMONTON – Thanks to an initiative by the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees, nicotine patches are about to be declared contraband in all provincial jails in Alberta.
Members of Local 009 Council held a regularly scheduled meeting recently, at AUPE’s Red Deer Regional Office.
EDMONTON – A growing number of Albertans face violence in the workplace, a trend that is leaving rising casualties in its wake, says AUPE’s Occupational Heath and Safety Representative.
AUPE Vice-President Garnett Robinson, who also chairs the union’s Membership Services Committee (centre), recently received a scholarship donation of $5,000 from A.I.L. representatives Brett MacCannell (left) and Daryl Barnett.