St Albert Public Teachers' Local 73

Those who know, do.

Those who understand, teach.

— Aristotle

Welcome to the website for St Albert Public Teachers' Local 73 of the Alberta Teachers' Association.

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Walk with us! Edmonton Pride Parade

Please complete this Google form if you would like to walk with us in the Edmonton Pride Parade under the ATA Local 73 banner.

Saturday, June 9th

10am Staging, 11am - 1pm Parade

Old Strathcona (Exact staging location TBD soon!)

T-Shirts provided!

Bikes and roller-skates welcome, helmets mandatory if on wheels.

Participants are encouraged to make signs under the theme "Education is for everyone." No signs can incite violence or harm to others.

We are capped at 50 participants maximum. Please ensure that by completing this form that you are making a firm commitment to participate. We will not be incorporating a float into our group this year, but please let us know if you have any accessibility concerns.

Thanks so much and hope to see you then!

Walking Together

In June 2016, Alberta Education, the Alberta Teachers’ Association, the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation and four other education stakeholder organizations in Alberta signed the Joint Commitment to Action to ensure that all students learn about the histories, cultures and world views of First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples. The Alberta Teachers’ Association has begun to fulfill its commitment by establishing the Walking Together: Education for Reconciliation Professional Learning Project.

For further information on the Walking Together: Education for Reconciliation Project, contact

Follow us on Twitter @ATAindigenous.

Educational resources for teachers, students and parents. Click here to visit.

Online ATA Account

The Members Only area of the Association website is restricted and not accessible to the public. Given the Members Only area houses vital tools, services and information, there are many reasons for ATA members to get an online ATA account, and to keep it updated. Here are six great ones:

  1. Get bargaining updates
  2. Vote on provincial collective agreements
  3. Vote in ATA elections
  4. Use ATA online resources and databases
  5. Get no-cost ATA specialist council memberships
  6. Print your own ATA member card

Story of ATA

As a professional organization that advocates for public education, the ATA puts learning first, ensuring the story of education is a positive one.

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Message from the President

“Teaching is the one profession that creates all other professions.” — Unknown

This website is an important tool to ensure that all our members have the ability to access timely, information concerning employment and professional opportunities and concerns. I appreciate the work and commitment that has resulted in this website. For it to be truly successful, it needs to be utilized. I encourage you to visit our site and give your feedback, ideas, and questions. This site is for your benefit and we want to make it the best local webpage out there. Once again, thank you for your support.


Ellen Snaith, President

St Albert Public Teachers' Local 73