The Union of Healthcare Professionals

The Health Sciences Association of Alberta (HSAA) is a labour union representing 24,000 paramedical technical, professional and general support employees in the public and private health-care sectors of Alberta, Canada. HSAA maintains a head office in Edmonton and an office in Calgary.

by Luanne Climenhaga

Nearly a century of discrimination against farm workers in Alberta will begin to come to an end with the introduction of legislation by Alberta’s NDP government on Tuesday, Nov. 17.

by Luanne Climenhaga

"We support the government's capital plan to build and expand health infrastructure, which will include work on the new Calgary Cancer Centre, as well as redeveloping the Misericordia and Royal Alexandra Hospitals in Edmonton. Albertans have had enough horror stories about flooding in hospitals and aging facilities. It's time to fix these problems. We also welcome plans to expand access to long-term care and hope that plans will include a new public laboratory facility in Edmonton," said Elisabeth Ballermann, president of HSAA.

by Luanne Climenhaga

Front-line health-care workers are relieved to see that today's budget recognizes the vital role they play in Alberta and the need to support the work they do for our most vulnerable citizens, says the Health Sciences Association of Alberta (HSAA).

by Luanne Climenhaga
Alberta Health Services

Click "Read more" for details for 2015/2016 Lump Sum Payment (Mediator's Report, November 24, 2014)

by Luanne Climenhaga

Premier Rachel Notley has named HSAA president Elisabeth Ballermann to the Premier's Advisory Committee on the Economy today (Wednesday, Oct. 14).