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  • Bargaining Update - October 20, 2015

    SPECIAL ANNOUNCMENT: Your bargaining committee is pleased to inform you there’s been a significant development in negotiations with Alberta Health Services. Both parties have agreed to appoint respected mediator Andrew Sims to mediate bargaining for Alberta Health Services’ General Support Services. This follows on a recent announcement Mr.   Read More...

  • Bargaining Update - October 9, 2015

    Your bargaining committee met at AUPE headquarters in Edmonton on Sept. 29 to review all outstanding bargaining priorities in preparation for interest arbitration. While dates for interest arbitration have been set, your committee is disappointed the nearest available dates are not until next year.   Read More...

  • Bargaining Update - GSS/ANC, September 2, 2015

    On Sept. 1, the largest gathering of health-care groups in AUPE’s history met at union headquarters in Edmonton. Bargaining committees representing more than 40,000 members employed with Alberta Health Services’ Auxiliary Nursing Care, General Support Services and Covenant Health ANC and GSS met to review the current state of bargaining with AHS and to discuss the groups’ unified next steps.   Read More...

  • Bargaining Update - July 2, 2015

    Your bargaining committee thanks you for your continued patience during the bargaining process and for your composure, strength and resolve as we work toward a fair collective agreement for the 24,000 members of AHSGSS in the face of a new provincial government. The latest: AUPE received notice on June 29 that Lori Sigurdson, Minister of Labour, has established a three-member Compulsory Arbitration Board to deliberate our dispute with Alberta Health Services. This is a positive st...  Read More...

  • Bargaining Update - May 8, 2015

    As you are aware, Albertans elected the NDP to lead its government on May 5. Your bargaining committee is hopeful our new government will bring a fresh, productive and respectful approach to labour relations in Alberta. The task of transition for the new government is enormous.   Read More...

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