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2018-2019 Tourism PEI Annual Report
Workers’ rights are protected under employment legislation in PEI. The, Employment Standards Act,, Youth Employment Act, and other labour laws clarify the rights and obligations of employees and employers and set minimum standards to ensure individuals are treated fairly in the workplace., What is...
Prince Edward Island’s minimum wage will increase by 60 cents to $12.85 per hour on April 1, 2020. The Employment Standards Board reviews minimum wage annually and provides their recommendation to government after the review is complete. To read the board’s report, visit Minimum Wage Review Report...
More housing will be available for Islanders with 16 two-bedroom single family rental homes being developed in Slemon Park to help address its wait list. The Province has approved financing for Slemon Park Corporation to build the new homes on land that is already fully serviced with water, sewer...
A new office of immigration is opening in Summerside to improve access to services for newcomers and employers in the region. The office, located at 268 Water St., will open with five staff including: a bilingual employer outreach and marketing officer to market immigration and pathways to PEI...
This is the 2019-2020 registration form for the multi-week , ski and snowboard, program at Mark Arendz Provincial Ski Park at Brookvale.
Thanks to the Ignition Fund, Chelsey Lake, a digital marketing strategist, designer and developer, will be able to offer small businesses scheduling and ticketing services for their websites. “Successfully securing an Ignition Fund grant has been pivotal in propelling our business forward,” said...
A new leave will start November 1 to allow employees to take time off work to access services to deal with issues related to domestic violence, intimate partner violence and sexual violence. The leave will provide employees three days of paid leave and an additional seven days of unpaid leave that...
After hearing from greater Charlottetown area business communities and municipalities, Government is reinstating the Charlottetown Area Development Corporation (CADC) to support continued economic growth and innovation. “One of my first meetings was with the Mayors of Charlottetown, Stratford and...