PTSD now covered under P.E.I. Workers Compensation Act

Legislation to have post-traumatic stress disorder covered under the Workers Compensation Act has passed the last step needed to come into effect. On Tuesday, Workforce Minister Sonny Gallant confirmed in the legislature that cabinet proclaimed a private members bill that made PTSD covered by the Workers Compensation Board. Jason Woodbury, Miscouche’s fire chief and president… (read more)

Keltic Clothing is Coming to PEI – Uniform Showcases May 23-25

(Note: Due to circumstances beyond PEINU’s control, Keltic Clothing have adjusted the uniform sale times) PEINU is continuing to promote the “Wear White” campaign. To support this initiative, all PEINU members who show their PEINU membership card OR their Health PEI workplace badge to a Keltic representative at the showcase are eligible to receive one… (read more)

Unions Collaborate to Send a Strong Message to Government – Keep it Public

Home Care is a Valued Public Service – Keep it Public! The Prince Edward Island Nurses’ Union (PEINU) and the Prince Edward Island Union of Public Sector Employees (UPSE) collectively represent over 240 employees who currently provide Home Care services to Islanders across PEI. Both Unions are extremely concerned with the provincial government’s recent decision… (read more)

Home Care is a Valued Public Service – Keep it Public!

PEI Nurses’ Union and Prince Edward Island Union of Public Sector Employees have collaborated to send a strong message to government – Home Care is a valued Public Service – Keep it Public! Starting today, CBC will be airing 3 different “Home Care Keep It Public” television commercials featuring various frontline healthcare professionals delivering Islandwide… (read more)