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​HRPA Durham Chapter​

The Durham Chapter of the Human Resources Professionals Association was founded in 1982. The Chapter has grown steadily over the past three decades, with over 800 members representing a broad bas​e of HR roles, and continues to attract new members. HRPA Durham strives to serve the needs of the Durham HR community through its programs, services and networking opportunities.

Durham Chapter aims to be recognized as a regional thought leader on human resources related issues within the local business communities. We are volunteer run with funding and support from HRPA and governed by an elected board of HR practitioner Chapter volunteers.

Through the Durham Chapter’s efforts in communications, professional development and advocacy, we assist our members to contribute their very best as human resources professionals. We value the diversity of our membership in terms of who they are as people and commit to be an inclusive organization as we carry out our mission.​

Chapter Awards

HRPA Chapter Recognitio​n Awards​

HRPA 2017 Retention Award HRPA 2016 Retention Award HRPA 2015 Retention Award



Durham Resource eMag

Durham-Resource-eMag-Spring/Summer-2018

Spring/Summer 2018


Sponsorship Opportunities

Durham Region Sponsorship Opportunities

Download the 2017-18 Durham Region Sponsorship Package (PDF)​​




Contact Us

Email: info@hrpadurham.ca

Fax: 647-689-2264

105 Consumers Drive,
Whitby, Ontario, L1N 1C4​​​​

The Durham Chapter of the Human Resources Professionals Association was founded in 1982. The Chapter has grown steadily over the past three decades, with over 800 members representing a broad bas​e of HR roles, and continues to attract new members. HRPA Durham strives to serve the needs of the Durham HR community through its programs, services and networking opportunities.

Durham Chapter aims to be recognized as a regional thought leader on human resources related issues within the local business communities. We are volunteer run with funding and support from HRPA and governed by an elected board of HR practitioner Chapter volunteers.

Through the Durham Chapter’s efforts in communications, professional development and advocacy, we assist our members to contribute their very best as human resources professionals. We value the diversity of our membership in terms of who they are as people and commit to be an inclusive organization as we carry out our mission.​

Our commitment

We value the diversity of our membership in terms of who they are as people and commit to be an inclusive organization as we carry out our mission.

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