Michel is responsible for planning all activities and work of the APUO office, responding to all questions relating to the Collective Agreement and is chief negotiator for the APUO during collective email@example.com
Patrick is a full-time member of staff who assists APUO members with grievances, accommodations issues, complaints and responding to all questions relating to the Collective Agreement.firstname.lastname@example.org
Thomas is an Associate Professor in the School of Nursing in the Faculty of Health Sciences with a workload reduction to assist members with grievances, complaints, and responding to all questions relating to the Collective Agreement.email@example.com
Julie is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law, Civil Law section, with a workload reduction to assist members with grievances, complaints, and responding to all questions relating to the Collective Agreement.firstname.lastname@example.org
Natasha provides legal advice and support to APUO with arbitration hearings, tribunal hearings, Ontario Labour Board complaints and Judicial Review Applications.
Christine provides support to legal counsel in conducting legal research and preparing files for arbitration hearings, mediation, Ontario Labour Board complaints and Judicial Review Applications.email@example.com
Lydia GABELMANN manages the APUO’s policy, governance, and administrative affairs, as well as the Award of Excellence in Teaching, the Award for Excellence in Research, and the Student Award Programapuo@uottawa.ca
Nicole plays a key role in the development and execution of the union’s communication strategies and public relations activities, both external and firstname.lastname@example.org
All APUO staff can be contacted by phone at: 613-230-3659.