Civic Service Association

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Civic Service Association

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      • Civic Service Club

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      Dates of existence

      1909 - current


      The Civic Service Club began operations in 1909 representing clerical, technical, and administrative employees of the City of Edmonton. The club was represented those employees through negotiations, grievances, education, and social functions. In June of 1914, the club voted to become the Civic Service Association and updated its constitution and bylaws to reflect that change. The Association would later become Civic Service Union 52 and continues to represent administrative, clerical, technical, and professional employees in the City of Edmonton.


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      City of Edmonton Archives

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