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Time for Action Rallies

Time for Action Rallies

Time for action rallies are coming to you, and all members are invited. 

We need to support each other in our collective struggles for better wages, job security, and working conditions. Show the employer that you can take collective action and rally! 

Read more on the rallies

Time for Action Town Halls

2024 Bargaining Town Halls

Time for Action bargaining town halls are coming to you, and all members are invited. 

We must support each other in our collective struggles for better wages, job security, and working conditions. The time to prepare for action is now. 

Read more on the town halls

Strike a Change for Alberta Seniors

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Albertans are concerned about the quality and affordability of seniors' care, especially as a result of personal care changes in home care and long-term care facilities.  

Sign the petition to tell Alberta’s Health Minister to fix personal care for seniors in Alberta! 

Take action NOW to support Alberta's wildland firefighters

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Alberta government is playing with fire and risking lives.

Save post-secondary bargaining petition

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AUPE members working in post-secondary deserve to bargain fairly with their employers, but the Government of Alberta is getting in the way. Help us fight for fair collective bargaining!

Read more and sign the petition 

We need action NOW! Fix short-staffing in Alberta's public services.

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The public services Albertans rely on are in dire need of help. The new provincial government must end the strain on sectors like wildfire fighting, social services, health care, and education.

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Working short

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AUPE members have been reporting an increasing number of issues with working short and unmanageable workloads across all sectors. Your voice has been heard, and our Provincial Executive has established a Working Short/Workload Campaign (WSWC) Sub-Committee to give you more avenues for sharing your experiences and tackling these concerns.

Read more on the working short crisis and how you can get involved

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