APT Advocacy Committee
The URFA APT Advocacy Committee (APTAC) represents the interests of all APT members at the First Nations University of Canada and the University of Regina, including its satellite campuses.
The APTAC will undertake lobbying, education, action, mobilization, consultation and other such involvement as necessary in order to ensure APT members are aware of, and are afforded, their rights as members of URFA. Further, the APTAC will ensure APT membership is apprised of URFA activities.
The committee is open to a maximum of nine APT members and will encourage representation from First Nations University of Canada and the University of Regina and its satellite campuses, with diversity across administrative units.
Terms of office shall be for two years and terms will be staggered in the first year. Membership can be renewed.
FAQs for APT membersThese FAQs will help you discover some lesser-known aspects of your collective agreements. Learn about work schedules, temporary assignments of duties, and personal or discretionary leaves. View the FAQs.
View upcoming APT Advocacy Committee meetings on our events page.