Canadian Association of University Teachers is investigating the Atlantic Veterinary College for improper behavior
Hot on the heels of the conviction of a UPEI professor for tax evasion, CAUT (Canadian Association of University Teachers) has launched an investigation into the Atlantic Veterinary College at UPEI.
While no specifics were given in CAUT‘s May 30, 2013 letter to UPEI, sources tell NJN Network that sexual harassment and other abuses at UPEI are common.
Victims of abusive behavior expect CAUT to hear them in their investigation. Continue reading
A business professor at UPEI plead guilty to four counts of tax evasion
Professor Sean Hennessey was accused of failing to disclose more than $45,000 of personal income in each of the tax years of 2008, 2009 and 2010. CBC
The Crown withdrew five other counts against Sean Michael Hennessey of violating either the Excise Act or the Income Tax Act.
Allegations that Hennessey defrauded the University and the Province of Prince Edward Island started the Canada Revenue Agency investigation.
Chief Provincial Court Judge John Douglas fined Hennessey $30,212 — the total owing from four incidents of willfully evading taxes. Hennessey was given one year to pay the full amount.
He told the court he sincerely regrets his actions.
“This has been a horrific experience…and I will never be here again,” he told the court. Continue reading
The CBC files Judicial Review app block Human Rights Panel hearing into a complaint of disability discrimination Continue reading
Human rights battle is waged on PEI over rights of old and new media
A Canadian Chinese restaurant dishes out great food and friendly atmosphere in downtown Charlottetown
You won’t find posh seats or fancy wallpaper but inside the Canton Cafe is some of the best Chinese food on PEI served up by fantastic people who remember your voice.
Since 1967 the Canton Cafe has been the goto place for a mid-day, supper or late night dish of great Chinese food. They stay open until 2 AM and the late night traffic is busy.
The staff is always a treat to know, especially Helen Tran who has worked there for 25 years. Helen is the friendly face you meet and the friendly voice on the phone for take out orders. It’s real hospitality PEI style. Continue reading
Human rights complaint involving Pategate has made its way to the courts after the press gallery filed an application for a judicial review.
The past two weeks has seen the PEI Health Minister clutching at the pain-killer abuse story with the local media parroting his words
According to PEI’s Minister of Health and the local media, Prince Edward Island has a “painkiller epidemic” but it just ain’t so.
We do know is that if the Province makes it harder to get prescription pain killers PEI’s 25,000 persons living with disabilities will suffer. Pain is the one of the most significant problems for the disabled. Continue reading
Health PEI is starting a smoke screen war on narcotics to divert public attention from closing rural hospitals – the Minister and his Deputy tell two different stories
The announced get-tough stance on prescription of pain killers appears to be a smoke screen to divert attention from hospital closings. It is a phony shadow war at best.
Health Canada reports pain-killer use is dropping across Canada. PEI is on par with the national average.
Where is this “dramatic increase” reported by the Minister, CBC and the Charlottetown Guardian? Continue reading
Prince Edward Island’s plans to further restrict legal prescriptions of pain killers will harm the long-term disabled and terminally ill.
The new legislation will limit legal prescriptions for those suffering chronic pain in the terminal stages of life.
Using data from PEI’s maligned health information system, PEI’s Minister of Health plans to limit pain medication for PEI’s 25,000 disabled.
Narcotic pain killers are already highly regulated in Canada and access for people with chronic pain and disabilities can be difficult. New regulations are a likely a smokescreen of other changes in the PEI healthcare system. Continue reading