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All non-profit organizations in PEI and municipal and provincial government departments and agencies in PEI can apply for Special Projects wage funding to create employment opportunities for unemployed Islanders who have difficulty securing employment., Is my organization eligible for funding?,...
Throughout the year, short-term seasonal jobs are available with various provincial government departments. Positions are limited to 10- to 20- week durations. A, Seasonal Jobs Registry, of applicants is maintained to help managers access extra workers when needed to address peak workloads...
The Jobs for Youth Program, delivered by the, Employment Development Agency, , offers wage support for employers to create employment opportunities for PEI students. , Recent Changes, In 2020, a number of program changes were introduced including: Lowering the minimum age of eligibility for...
Job Offer form (to be completed by the Employer) for the PEI Workforce Category, including the Skilled Worker (in and outside PEI), Critical Worker, International Graduate, and Express Entry Streams of the Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program.
Government invites the public to have their say on a proposed Temporary Foreign Worker Act. The Temporary Foreign Worker Program is a federal program that allows employers to hire foreign workers to fill temporary jobs when qualified Canadians are not available. “Temporary foreign workers play a...
Non-Profit organizations and incorporated municipalities are encouraged to apply for the Special Projects Program. Employees interested in employment opportunities must complete the Employment Application form. Contact the office to discuss the employee requirements for the Special Projects Program
The Post-Secondary Student Program is a summer employment program funded by the Government of Prince Edward Island and administered by the Department of Economic Growth, Tourism and Culture. Priority will be given to employers that provide post-secondary students with a valuable experiential...
The 1998 Prince Edward Island Provincial Budget was presented by the Hon. Patricia J. Mella, Provincial Treasurer and Chair of Treasury Board, at 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 26, 1998.