post-traumatic stress disorder

"Ontario now joins Alberta and Manitoba with legislation that creates the presumption that when first responders are diagnosed with PTSD it is work-related," said James Clancy, NUPGE National President.

(2016-02-22)Read more

"We welcome awareness campaigns and research but the WSIB needs to presume that PTSD is a workplace-acquired illness for first responders. That means putting presumption right into the legislation. It’s the only way a PTSD strategy will be truly effective." — Jamie Ramage, OPSEU Ambulance Division Chair

(2016-02-11)Read more

MGEU/NUPGE appeal should ensure no other worker is discriminated against when making psychological claims.

(2014-11-26)Read more

Liberal government in Nova Scotia has yet to introduce any measures to address PTSD among first responders.

(2014-10-29)Read more

Barry Rhodes' story reflects how B.C. Corrections failed to address working conditions that led to his post-traumatic stress disorder. 

(2014-09-23)Read more

Join supporters of Bill 67, the PTSD bill for first-responders, for its second reading at Queen's Park on February 27. Help make this legislation reality.

(2014-01-30)Read more