Twice a year, Homeless Connects Edmonton and its service providers and volunteers host an event at the Shaw Conference Centre to help over 2000 guests create pathways out of homelessness.
Health care professionals are committed to ensuring safety of Albertans
“We are prepared to give credit where due, but as the union representing a total of more 24,000 health professionals, including EMS, we will continue to advocate for appropriate resources to serve Albertans." — Elisabeth Ballermann, HSAA President
“Protecting [farm and ranch workers] will not only save lives and prevent injuries, it will reduce the strain on our health-care system.” — Elisabeth Ballermann, HSAA President
Young Calgarian isn't letting learning disabilities — or a heavy workload at university— sink his dreams.
This campaign accurately depicts HSAA/NUPGE members as professionals who not only bear skill and training but also compassion, humanity, kindness and a dignified strength.
"David is a proven leader and I look forward to working closely with him on ensuring a stable health system that is focused on delivering the services Albertans rely on each and every day.” — Sarah Hoffman, Alberta Minister of Health
"Our union has opposed from the outset any move to take lab services out of AHS and, in fact, is on record supporting the return of all health services to public control." — Elisabeth Ballermann, HSAA President
"As front-line providers of care to cancer patients, our members look forward to being able to provide the level of care that these patients need." — Elisabeth Ballermann, HSAA President
“This is a perfect example of the value that skilled EMS professionals bring to Albertans." — Elisabeth Ballermann, HSAA President