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Alberta Union of Provincial Employees (AUPE)

AUPE’s goal is to have union stewards on all job sites. Stewards are union activists who are trained to help union members resolve a wide range of problems and issues with their employer. Your union steward is your first line of defense if you ever have a problem related to your employment. Union stewards are prepared to help you if you feel you have been the victim of harassment, unfair discipline or if the employer has been ignoring the provisions of the collective agreement to deny you things to which you are entitled. Get to know your union stewards and don’t hesitate to bring your concerns to them. This is your right under all AUPE contracts. In fact, if you have any questions about your collective agreement, your steward is your first source of information.

Alberta Union of Provincial Employees (AUPE)

AUPE represents more than 90,000 members across Alberta.What is a Union? Unions are made up of employees who have joined together to deal with employers as a group about issues like wages, benefits and conditions of work. When an effective bargaining relationship is established with an employer, both employees and employers benefit. Employees negotiate with the strength of numbers behind them. Employers gain the benefit of a stable labour relations environment.AUPE members enjoy:- Job protection - More money with better extended health benefits - Generous vacation benefits - Access to more education courses, conferences and meetings, than non-union employeesWhen working people choose to join the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees, they are joining the largest and most effective union in Alberta. AUPE has over 250 bargaining units negotiating collective agreements on behalf of its members. AUPE also ensures that fair and reasonable conditions won in past negotiations remain in force.


Since 1998, we have been executing development, integration and modernization projects for applications whose performance, robustness, security and quality meet  the high standards of financial institutions. AXON experts' experiences and realizations in this sector are an undeniable added value for the organizations of other industries that also cope with unavoidable challenges such as security and confidentiality of information, but also accessibility and efficiency.Late 2016, AXON becomes ASKIDA.

Atlantic Provinces Special Education Authority

The Atlantic Provinces Special Education Authority (APSEA) is an interprovincial cooperative agency established in 1975 by joint agreement among the Ministers of Education of New Brunswick, Newfoundland,  Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island. The agreement provided for the creation of the Atlantic Provinces Special Education Authority and authorized it to provide educational services, programs, and opportunities for persons from birth to 21 years of age with low incidence sensory impairments.  This includes children and youth who are deaf, deaf-blind, hard of hearing, blind, or visually impaired and who are residents of Atlantic Canada.


The mission of CECI is to combat poverty and exclusion. To this end, CECI builds the development capacities of disadvantaged communities. We support peace building, human rights, and equity initiatives. We mobilize resources and promote exchanges of knowledge.

Ciment Québec Inc.

Ciment Québec Inc. (CQI) owns one of the most modern cement factories in North America. CQI makes many types of cement that it distributes in Quebec, Ontario, the Maritimes and the United States. CQI is vertically integrated into the ready-mixed concrete and aggregates sectors. Ciment Québec Inc. employs more than 700 skilled and experienced people, who produce high-quality products. They provide services to clients, and are committed to upholding the company’s reputation for excellence.


Cominar Real Estate Investment Trust is one of the largest diversified real estate investment trusts in Canada and the largest commercial property owner and manager in the province of Quebec. Their real estate portfolio includes 415 offices, retail, and industrial properties in Canada.

Desjardins Caisse d'économie solidaire

Desjardins Caisse d'économie solidaire supports the development of economic solidarity by relying on social power, in particular that at the heart of four networks: union, community, cooperative and cultural. To that end, CECOSOL provides comprehensive banking services, guidance and expertise to associations, organisations and collective businesses.

École Polytechnique de Montréal

Founded in 1873, Polytechnique Montréal is one Canada's top engineering teaching and research institutions and first in Québec for the size of its student body and the scope of its research activities. Polytechnique offers courses and programs in several engineering specialties and accounts for nearly one-quarter of university research in these fields in Québec. The university also conducts some of Canada’s most intensive research activities through its approximately 60 research units and a faculty comprising world-renowned experts. Polytechnique is currently in a rapid growth phase, particularly in the areas of research and graduate/post-graduate studies.

Fédération Québécoise des Massothérapeutes

The Quebec Federation of Massotherapists (FQM) has been the massotherapy leader in Quebec for 30 years and counting. With more than 5,000 members, the FQM counts 65% of the accredited professionals in the province as its members.


Filaction is a development tool in the form of a non-profit organisation that targets small and medium-sized businesses in all sectors of the Quebec economy. In particular, Filaction is active in the cultural and social economy spheres, supporting initiatives in these areas and helping to get the ball rolling.

MARRIOTT on the Falls

The Niagara Falls Marriott on the Falls Hotel is the closest hotel to Niagara Falls. This leisure property has recently received a $15 million renovation. Improvements include an open concept lobby, numerous room upgrades and property wide internet access.


The Nutriart chocolate manufacture, now owned by Jean Leclerc and Jacques Leclerc, has been in operation since July 1st 2009 under the corporate name Nutriart Inc. The owners, from a family that has been in the food industry for over a century, together have nearly 60 years of experience in the field.  

RÉ/MAX Québec

Founded by Dave and Gail Liniger in March of 1973 in the town of Denver, Colorado, RE/MAX takes its name from an abbreviation of Real Estate MAXimum, referring to Maximum Results. Since that time, the network has undergone spectacular growth. Even today, the RE/MAX concept attracts the top real estate professions in Quebec. For more than 25 years, RE/MAX has seen its number of agents increase with each passing year.

Réseau Sélection

For more than 25 years, Réseau Sélection has been designing, developing, building and managing residential complexes for retirees. A pioneer in its field, the company is now ranked first among private sector players in the retirement complex sector in Canada. Its unique structure is fully vertically integrated, which facilitates its geographic and product diversification. It has more than 35 complexes in operation, under construction or in development, some 10,000 units and employs nearly 3,500 people dedicated to its customers. According to a survey, 96% of customers would recommend Réseau Sélection. In addition to energizing and enhancing the retirement of its residents, Réseau Sélection has developed idsanté®, a way of life that focuses on prevention in health and awareness of the adoption of healthy habits in everyday life to "Live better, more long time".


Solareh is a company focused on the prevention of absenteeism, psychosocial counseling and health management, and the return of employees to work after an accident or injury. Solareh promotes health by providing useful tools for problem resolution for both individuals and organizations.

Western Quebec School Board

Western Québec is an English school board dedicated to developing lifelong learners who contribute to society and are prepared for their future. All teachers and staff are committed to academic excellence and the provision of quality education which encourages social, emotional and moral development. Western Québec respects and promotes the rights and responsibilities of every individual while maintaining a student-centred, safe and healthy learning environment. Parents and communities are valued as collaborative partners in enriching programs and achieving goals.We encourage dialogue. Feel free to contact us with your comments and concerns.Western Québec’s 30 schools and centres provide English-language education to eligible students over an immense and diverse territory which covers the Outaouais, Pontiac and Abitibi-Témiscamingue regions. Cultural differences are valued and celebrated within our student population through French-Immersion programs, First Nations events and student initiatives and activities.

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