Make an Advocacy Appointment


If you are experiencing an issue with your employer and are in need of assistance, please contact us to book an advocacy appointment.

You will be assigned to one of our Member Services Officers to help address your concern or answer your question.

We should be your first call if you have a workplace question or concern on a variety of issues including:

  • Need representation
  • Bullying/harassment concerns
  • Conflict in the workplace
  • Disciplinary meetings
  • Investigations
  • Sick Leave
  • Sick Leave Documentation
  • Other kinds of leaves
  • Questions about the Collective Agreement
  • Questions or concerns about telecommuting arrangements
  • Preparing for a difficult conversation with a supervisor or colleague
  • Required documentation to help address workplace issue or leave
  • Before signing termination, appointment, or disciplinary letters

We are happy to assist you. Please remember that no questions is too small.

Contact Us

AAPS staff are working remotely and we have a high volume of advocacy requests. We kindly ask that you complete the AAPS Advocacy Request Form to ask a question or schedule an appointment.

Fill out the AAPS Advocacy Request Form below

If you are called to a meeting and require representation, please email us at 604-822-9025 or email Please include the date and time of the meeting.

Meeting with a Member Services Officer

Member Services Officers will be scheduling phone or Zoom appointments unless meeting in-person is needed. Member Services Officers are still available to travel to different work sites as needed and are still able to represent you at meetings with your employer.

Our address is TEF III Building #208 - 6190 Agronomy Road Campus Mail Zone 3. We are in a 'secure' building. Please buzz #208. View a map of our office location

Send Us an Appointment Request / Ask a Question


You are welcome to use a UBC or non-UBC e-mail. Either an e-mail address or phone number is required for us to respond to your enquiry.
You are welcome to use a UBC, home, or mobile phone. Either an e-mail address or phone number is required for us to respond to your enquiry.
As AAPS represents both professional staff as well as their managers, it is necessary for us to ensure that you are not assigned to meet with an AAPS representative who might also be assisting your manager.