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When working people choose to join AUPE, they are joining the largest and most effective union in Alberta.
Area Councils are groups of union volunteers who organize and run family-oriented union events. Here you will find a map and list of the AUPE Area Councils.
AUPE employs people in a wide variety of labour relations and organizational roles. Current openings will be posted here!
AUPE has thirteen (13) standing committees, which deal with concerns and issues of interest to AUPE members.
The Constitution of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees is of, by, and for the membership. It sets out the union goals and rules of operation.
Find biographies and contact information about and for the AUPE Executive, Provincial Executive, Managers, and departments.
AUPE began as the Civil Service Association of Alberta in 1919. Now, 100 years later, it is Alberta's largest union with over 95,000 members.
To discuss any aspect of current or potential grievances, AUPE members should contact the Member Resource Centre at 1-800-232-7284.
AUPE's ~95,000 members are organized into different Locals and Chapters. The ultimate governing body is the Union's annual Convention.