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Published: Wednesday, May 18, 2022 Update

AMAPCEO Board’s strategic planning session looks to the future

Photo of AMAPCEO Board and some staff at strategic planning session

The AMAPCEO Board of Directors is meeting this week for the union’s annual strategic planning session.

Published: Wednesday, May 18, 2022 Update

BPS Bargaining Training held at AMAPCEO office

BPS Bargaining Teams participate in training

BPS bargaining teams gathered at the AMAPCEO office earlier this month for two days of intensive bargaining team training.

Published: Tuesday, May 17, 2022 Update

Future Workplace Representatives gather for Core Training

New Workplace Representatives gather for Core Training

Last week, future Workplace Representatives (WPRs) met at the AMAPCEO office to take part in Core Training sessions, led by Education Off

Published: Wednesday, May 11, 2022 Update

AMAPCEO Black Caucus members attend Harry Jerome Awards gala

Photo of AMAPCEO representatives at Harry Jerome awards

Jerusha Richards, Caroline Lynch, and Jean Paul Ngana recently represented the AMAPCEO Black Caucus at the annual Harry Jerome Awards.

Published: Tuesday, May 10, 2022 Update

AMAPCEO sponsors 2022 Mayworks Festival, co-presents Company Town

Graphic for Company Town film via Mayworks website

AMAPCEO is proud to be a sponsor of the 2022 Mayworks Festival, and to co-present the Mayworks Festival’s free virtual screenings of the

Published: Thursday, April 28, 2022 Update

Budget or Platform?

Photo of Queen's Park

TORONTO, ON -- The 2022 provincial Budget promises much, but what it will ultimately deliver is unclear as the document is essentially a

President's Message

Wednesday, May 18, 2022 President's Message

Know your rights: Collective agreement still applies

Composite photo of Dave Bulmer and Queen's Park

Promoting and protecting the rights of all AMAPCEO members is my top priority as your union President. In that vein, I want to immediately address rumours AMAPCEO representatives have recently heard of some local managers not complying with the provisions of the OPS Collective Agreement.


AMAPCEO circulates relevant news and updates to members on a regular basis in both hardcopy and electronic forms. If you've signed up for an AMAPCEO membership, your Member News e-blast will be sent to your personal e-mail address. You can also read through current and past AMAPCEO print newsletters in PDF format below. 


Ontario's Professional Employees at Work

Learn more about some of AMAPCEO's members through our public awareness campaign.

Tom - I make science more accessible  Jennifer - I plan so students succeed  Samantha - I make our communities more inclusive  Sarah - I plan so everyone can participate

Solidarity Pact with OPSEU and PEGO

In April 2014, AMAPCEO signed a solidarity pact with the Ontario Public Sector Employees' Union (OPSEU) and the Professional Engineers Government of Ontario (PEGO) to protect public services in Ontario and to ensure good jobs, fair contracts, liveable wages and decent benefits for employees, retirees and our families. The pledge is a commitment to:

  • Defending the importance of keeping Ontario's services public;
  • Advancing the social, economic and general welfare of all employees in the OPS;
  • Supporting each other in protecting the provisions of our collective agreements;
  • Protecting the long-term viability of the OPS;
  • Establishing strong working relationships with all OPS labour unions and associations;
  • Acting to defend and protect the civil rights and liberties of employees and protect the rights and freedoms of trade unions in Ontario.


On behalf of the membership, the Board of Directors passes solidarity motions and takes action to support public services and public service workers around the province.

We know that solidarity makes a difference and it matters! Our combined efforts, letters and workplace actions can help to support other unions and labour associations to take on the government’s proposed austerity cuts. Solidarity movements show our commitment to protecting our rights as workers and the strength of our collective agreements.

If you know of a labour action that AMAPCEO should support, please contact the President, Dave Bulmer, via email at