Contact the Alberta Workers’ Health Centre:
600, 12323 Stony Plain Road
Monday – Friday
8:30 am – 12 pm, 1 pm – 4:30 pm
*our office is currently closed to protect our staff and visitors during the pandemic
(closes January 10, 2021)
Staff and Program Contacts
HSC / HS Rep Training:
Work Plays Schools Program:
Jared Matsunaga-Turnbull, Executive Director:
Gina Puntil, Artistic Director / Program Coordinator (Work Plays Schools Program):
Mario Tellez, Project Coordinator (Health and Safety Committee Training):
Vi Olinek, Financial and Administrative Officer:
Staff are members of Local 474, Canadian Union of Public Employees.
The Alberta Workers’ Health Centre is a registered charity. It is operated by a small staff taking direction from a volunteer Board of Directors made up of working people from across the province.
Charitable Registration: 10668 7452 RR0001
Significance of the Canary: Years ago, canaries were taken into coal mines as an early warning system for miners. When the canary stopped singing, the miners knew that the air quality was dangerous to their health and they had to get out of the mine. We believe that prevention of exposure to workplace hazards should be the priority, and that we have the right to not work in dangerous circumstances. The canary has been taken out of the cage to reflect that right.