Members attending the Occupational Health and Safety Advocate Level 2 course on May 19 in Calgary took some time out to pose for a group photograph.
EDMONTON – The Alberta Union of Provincial Employees and Alberta Health Services have concluded a transitional agreement covering all General Support Service employees of the former Aspen, Calgary, Capital, David Thompson, East Central and Peace Country health regions and the former Alberta Cancer Board.
EDMONTON – More than 500 members of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees will receive substantially improved pay and benefits after ratifying a new agreement with their employer, Extendicare Canada Inc., this month.
During a staff inservice May 27, AUPE President Guy Smith congratulated Brenda Williams, a Membership Services Officer in AUPE’s Calgary Regional Office, on her 40 years of service to the union.
Members of the community joined AUPE members on the line at an information picket in Westlock on May 17. The info picket brought attention to government moves to privatize various aspects of health services across the province.
AUPE members held an information picket outside the Westlock Hospital on May 17 to protest government moves to privatize various aspects of health services across the province. They were joined by AUPE Vice-Presidents Erez Raz and Glen Scott.
EDMONTON – Alberta Union of Provincial Employees is reviewing its options after the union’s application for a judicial review of the consolidation of a number of Alberta Health Services bargaining units was dismissed this week.
EDMONTON – Next Tuesday marks the beginning of Aboriginal Awareness Week in Canada and thus is a good occasion for AUPE members to reflect on the contributions made by their Aboriginal co-workers and the issues of our First Nations communities, said Human Rights Committee Chair Sandra Azocar.
EDMONTON – The Alberta Government’s invitation-only consultations on the proposed Alberta Health Act defy the meaning of public consultation, and will not truly reflect the views of the people, says AUPE President Guy Smith.
Local 060 members Lindsay Logan (second from left) and Jim Wilson (center) received a Safety Award from the Natural Resources Canada minister for their leadership in obtaining a COR at the Devon Research Center. The award was presented by Geoff Munroe, ADM Natural Resources Canada (far right)