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We are calling all CSU 52 members and allies to stand in unity and solidarity with the City of Edmonton and EPL bargaining units.
Our collective agreements, also known as collective bargaining agreements (CBAs), are available to be viewed and/or downloaded. Contact us if you would like to request for a printed version.
What is a strike? Strike mandate? Lockout? Strike pay? Read to find out.
New FAQ added: "I've been asked to work during my Earned Day Off (EDO) for the purpose of training for my position in preparation of a possible work stoppage. Is this allowed?"
This page, restricted to member-login only, lists common questions and answers the Union Office has received prior to and during City and EPL Emergency Bargaining Meetings.
Posted on 2/20/2024
A Memorandum of Agreement between TWOSE and CSU 52 has been reached. The MOA requires ratification by both the Employer and the Union and will form the new Collective Agreement.
Posted on 2/20/2024
(MEMBER ACCESS ONLY) Added: Draft minutes of the January 9, 2024 General Membership Meeting
Posted on 2/16/2024
FAQs about strikes and lockouts. Added: "I've been asked to work during my Earned Day Off (EDO) for the purpose of training for my position in preparation of a possible work stoppage. Is this allowed?"
Posted on 2/14/2024
Remember, a strike mandate does not mean a strike is imminent; it demonstrates to the employer that members are united and serious in our fight for a fair deal and gives the Union the ability to authorize a strike within 72 hours if all else fails...
Posted on 2/13/2024
EPL and COE members have overwhelmingly voted in favour of a strike mandate. Our members stand together in unwavering determination to secure a fair and equitable agreement.
Because all workers deserve to thrive — not just survive.
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