PEIUPSE is looking into federal funding requirements for the new health accord dollars, as well as what can be done to prevent these new initiatives from leading us down the road of privatization of our public services.
PEIUPSE/NUPGE members to celebrate at 2017 Pride.
The province needs to put measures in place to ensure the health and safety of staff, patients and the public in our hospitals and health care facilities.
The survey is currently open until January 27, 2017. The survey can be found here.
PEI government closer to sell-off of public golf courses with lease to private company.
“If [the] government insists on making any changes to this benefit, it would ultimately have to be dealt with through the collective bargaining process.” — Karen Jackson, PEI UPSE President
The PEI government will examine the "future costs" of the public sector service gratuity — retirement allowance — in its upcoming budget. Workers concerned this could lead to a reduction in benefits to save the province money.
"PEIUPSE/NUPGE supports the new federal Liberal government in their commitment to repeal this unjust legislation at the earliest possible opportunity." — Karen Jackson, PEIUPSE President