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Welcome to the APUO!

Association of Professors of the University of Ottawa

Report summarizing the results of the survey
on work-related stress in the context of confinement

Click here to read our report

 

Collective Bargaining

Consult our proposals and negotiation updates here.

Welcome to APUO

The Association of Professors of the University of Ottawa (APUO) is a professional association and certified union, bargaining and representing 1,311 full-time professors, librarians, language teachers, and Continuing Special Appointments Professors (CSAP). The general objective of the Association is to promote the interests and welfare of its members through collective bargaining and other appropriate means.

Latest Bulletins

LOU Update April 20

Dear members, On April 1, the APUO sent out a summary of the four additional Letters of Understanding (LOU) signed by the APUO and the Central Administration regarding the... read more

Interunion Letter – Fall 2021 Plans

Dear members, Earlier today, the APUO, along with the Association of Part-Time Professors (APTPUO), the Support Staff (SSUO), Local 2626 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees... read more

COVID-19

Letters of Understanding – COVID-19

The APUO has successfully signed  Letters of Understanding (LOUs) with the Central Administration to protect the interests of its members during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are the LOUs currently in effect:

While the student evaluation of teaching during the COVID-19 period is no longer in effect, the APUO and the Central Administration have agreed that for the Fall 2020 term, the Employer will not produce A-reports. Repeating the modified process that was agreed upon for the 2020 Winter and Spring/Summer terms, APUO members will be provided with a report containing the results of student responses to all the questions and comments from the questionnaire, known as “P-Report,” which can be used in promotion and tenure applications, should a member choose to do so.