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Welcome to AUPE (Alberta Union of Provincial Employees), Local 052 (University of  Calgary).

We represent approximately 5000 support staff who are employed with the University of Calgary.

Local 052 is part of the Education Sector of AUPE.

We have members located throughout the Province of Alberta, primarily at six locations: 

  • Central Campus
  • Foothills Campus
  • Spy Hill Campus
  • Downtown Campus
  • Barrier Lake (Kananaskis) Research Station
  • Priddis Observatory
  • Edmonton & other satellite academic/research locations

Mission Statement

Mission Statement of AUPE Local 52:
 Local 52 will play a leadership role at the University of Calgary by:

negotiating for conditions, wages and benefits that promote a fair, safe, and rewarding work environment.defending the negotiated rights of our membersbuilding community through the principals of democracy, open communication and advocacy.recognizing that the interests of our members are interwoven with those of the University.

This Mission statement was passed by the AUPE Local 52 Council on Monday, April 7, 2003.


AUG 25 - 30, 2019



Who Can Go?

This summer camp is for children of AUPE members between the ages of ten and thirteen.

 Two youth from each of AUPE’s 33 locals will be chosen by completely random selection; every applicant has an equal chance of attending.

Applications for Camp AUPE 2019 open on March 1, 2019 

To apply, visit https://aupe.geniussis.com/memberlogin.aspx

Campers must be born between Aug. 31, 2006 and Aug. 25, 2009 to be eligible to apply for Camp AUPE. The application deadline is April 15, 2019.

Selected applicants (and two back-up applicants per Local) will be notified by email on April 26. A registration package, found on the AUPE member dashboard, must be completed by May 10, 2019.

To complete registration, applicants must indicate they will attend the camp, sign waivers, and provide information including dietary restrictions, allergies, medical and health issues, emergency contact, authorized adult for pick-up, and other information as requested. 

What to Expect 

At Camp AUPE, campers will have the opportunity to be active and engaged in learning about how unions came to be in Alberta, and how working people can make the world a better place when they stand up together.

Campers will have fun, safe, positive experiences where they will develop leadership skills. Youth will participate cooperatively and be inspired to take collective actions for fairness and rights.

For more information, visit https://www.aupe.org/camp-aupe/

For registration assistance, please call 1-800-232-7284