EDMONTON – Members marked the International Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the job April 28 with a ceremony at the union’s headquarters in Edmonton. AUPE local executive leaders from across the province attended a one-day day seminar on Hazard Awareness: Elimination and Control. They also listened to a presentation delivered by the husband and wife team of Bernie and Sheila Inman. In 1994, Bernie, employed with Talisman Inc., was involved in a life-threatening work-related accident that rendered him a quadriplegic. AUPE Vice-President and Chair of the OH&S Committee Krista Koroluk also attended the event, as did President Doug Knight and several members of the print and electronic media.
EDMONTON – AUPE members are encouraged to join striking Palace Casino workers and hundreds of other Albertans tomorrow afternoon in the annual May Day March down Whyte Avenue.
GSS Multi-Employer Locals 056 & 057 Bargaining Committee disappointed and frustrated by lack of monetary package
EDMONTON – AUPE Bargaining Committee members for GSS Locals 056 and 057 expressed their frustration and disappointment today at the employer’s failure to deliver a monetary package at previously agreed to dates.
EDMONTON – Members of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees will mark the International Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the job tomorrow with an 11 a.m. ceremony at the union’s headquarters in Edmonton.
EDMONTON – The rates for travel and subsistence payments to direct government employees in AUPE Locals 001 to 012 will increase on May 1, 2007.
EDMONTON – The May Week Labour Arts Festival opens this evening in the Capital Region.
Local 038/001 Chair Ray Wamsley (left) and Union Representative Brian Randall (right), pose for a photograph with members of Local 038/002’s new Executive, during their AGM held April 2 at the NAIT Fairview Campus.
Members of seven locals attended a Joint AGM held recently in Camrose at the Norsemen Inn.
EDMONTON – Members of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees will mark the International Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job this Saturday with an 11 a.m. ceremony at the union’s headquarters in Edmonton.
EDMONTON – The plan set out in last week’s Budget Speech to address Alberta’s growth with “significant investments” must include investment in the province’s 21,000 direct employees, their union president said as their bargaining team prepares for negotiations.