EDMONTON – If yesterday’s leaked slideshow is just about a range of health care issues Albertans feel are important, asks the president of Alberta’s largest health care union, where are the proposals to enhance and protect public health care?
The Membership Services Committee met Nov. 26 at Olds College, and also met with Children Services/AEI staff during the lunch hour to discuss mobilization and Government Services bargaining.
AUPE’s Women’s Committee presents a cheque for $4,375 to the Alberta Council of Women’s Shelters Provincial Director and former mayor of Edmonton, Jan Reimer (right). The money was raised at the hospitality suites at AUPE’s 2010 Convention.
SPIRIT RIVER – Employees of Saddle Hills County represented by the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees have voted in favour of a new collective agreement.
It was standing room only at Nov. 25’s Calgary Town Hall for the General Service Bargaining Committee, with over 600 people in attendance. The town hall meeting informed members who work for the Provincial Government of the current state of negotiations for a new collective agreement for AUPE’s 22,000 government employees.
Place: Olds College
PRESENT: Stan Bateman, Joel Byron, Brent Gibson, Jason Heistad, Derrick Karbashewski, Julie Philippe, Don Westman & Pat Wimbs
ABSENT: Melanie Roy, Lynn Gough
Members of the Anti-Privatization Committee man a booth at the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association Convention on Nov. 23.
CALGARY – Town Hall meetings planned by the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees’ General Service Bargaining Committee (GSBC) for 13 Alberta communities continue today in Calgary.
AUPE Headquarters has reopened following an early morning fire on the third floor. Thank you for your understanding.
EDMONTON – Alberta’s largest health care union is gravely concerned that the departure today of Alberta Health Services’ president and CEO, Stephen Duckett will add to the instability and disarray in Alberta’s health care system