Teachers who have been displaced as result of the evacuation of Fort McMurray are still under contract with their school boards and will be paid. You DO NOT need to apply for employment insurance. Additionally all your benefits are still active and the Alberta School Employees Benefit Plan is helping teachers access any medication or medical devices that may have been left behind.
ATA staff put on their stylish hats in support of Hats On for Mental Health Day on May 4.
The Alberta Teachers’ Association is offering support for displaced teachers affected by the wildfires raging in Fort McMurray.
The Alberta Teachers’ Association has urged its members to donate to the Canadian Red Cross. The Canadian Teachers’ Federation echoes this appeal to all its Member organizations. Here's the link to the Canadian Red Cross
A by-election for the position of district representative, Calgary City, has been necessitated by the resignation of current district representative Kevin Kempt. The deadline for nominations is May 19, 2016, at 5 p.m.
ATA central table bargaining chair Greg Jeffery provides an update on the last two days of meetings with the Teachers’ Employer Bargaining Association.
After much anticipation, the Malatest study on workload for Alberta teachers has finally been released.
At some point every Albertan is touched by mental illness and addiction.