Alberta’s largest union with more than 95,000 members, is celebrating 100 years of standing together in solidarity for workers’ rights. In 1919, the Civil Service Association of Alberta, AUPE’s predecessor, was founded, representing provincial government workers. The union we know as as AUPE was born in 1976, and since then the union has grown to become the province’s largest and most diverse, with members working in government, health care, education, boards and agencies, municipalities and private companies.
Celebrating AUPE’s centennial is as much about looking back to learn from our history as it is about looking forward to plan for our future as working people in Alberta.How we're celebrating
Add to the people's history of our union by telling your own stories of how AUPE has made a difference in your life or the life of your community. Your contributions could be used as part of a future AUPE webcomic!Tell your story