President: Ashley Clark - firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President: Bobby Kennedy - email@example.com
My name is Bobby Kennedy. I was elected to the division in 2015 as Eastern health rep. I am the Vice President of Local 805. I also am a member facilitator for CUPE. I enjoy my seat on division working alongside some great activists for our great union and look forward to doing so in the future.
Secretary-Treasurer: Linda Jones - firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda is a member of CUPE Local 3260. She works at Hernewood Intermediate School in West Prince as an Educational Assistant. She has been a CUPE member since 1998, and her CUPE activism began in 1999. Initially, Linda served as VP for CUPE Local 3260 for 3 years. This was followed up as Treasurer for 8 years and then served as President and Past President for 7 years. She continues to serve as a Trustee and Pension Representative for Local 3260. Along with the service to the local, Linda is currently CUPE PEI Division Treasurer and has held that position for the past 9 years. Linda has been trained as a Member Facilitator and continues to be involved with the CUPE Schools offered on PEI. She has recently served a 2-year term as the National Co-Chair for the Education Sector and has assisted with the Sector Conference.
Linda lives in Alberton with her husband Bruce and enjoys life in the rural setting with family and friends.
Recording Secretary: Jennifer LeBlanc - email@example.com
Jennifer works at Prince County Hospital in the Maintenance department and She has been a proud member of local 1779 since 2001. She became active in 2017 and served at the local level as Recording Secretary. She is currently the Vice President of her local and the Recording Secretary for the Health Council. She has been the Recording Secretary for CUPE PEI since 2022. She also sits on the National Global Justice Committee. Jennifer has a love for nature and animals and lives with her husband Kevin and their 4 fur-kids in Summerside.
Health West: Cindy Ramsay – firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi everyone my name is Cindy Ramsay I live with my husband John in Kensington. I have 1 son Dakota and his wife my daughter in-law Samantha and a brand-new grandson Drew. I have one fur baby my pup Stella. I've been a CUPE member for 20 plus years. During my 20 years I have been active with CUPE I started out as a shop Stewart for 6 years than I became vice president of my local 1779 for 5 years and I became president of my local in November 2022 . I have been the health west rep for 3 years now and enjoy every minute of my Cupe activism . I am also on the national OH&S committee currently in my second term. I look forward to my year on the CUPE division board.
Municipalities: Charlottetown & Summerside, Municipal Police: Pauline Gass – email@example.com
I have been a proud CUPE member of Local 830 since July 2003. I have been working with the Charlottetown Water & Sewer Utility as an operations clerk. While being with Local 830 I have been the Recording Secretary, Treasurer, Trustee and President. I was the first female President of Local 830 which is a male dominated workforce. I have been on the Women's Committee, Privatization Committee, Literacy Committee, Environment Committee and I am the Municiple sector division representative.
Island EMS, Atl Baptist and Group Homes: Alice Rice - firstname.lastname@example.org
Education East: Rob Harding- email@example.com
Education West: Chantel Chanel Walsh - firstname.lastname@example.org
Chantal is a member of CUPE Local 3260 and Local 1775. She is an Educational Assistant and a
Custodian, with La Commission scolaire de la langue française.
She has been actively involved in Local 3260 committees since 2018, as the French member on the
Health and Safety Committee, the Bylaw Committee, the Making a Difference Award Committee, and
the Education Committee.
In 2020 she took on a bigger role in Local 3260, as the Vice President for all French members on Prince
Edward Island. Chantal has also filled in as the Interim Vice President for both East Area and the Central
West Area while those positions became vacant.
She has attended numerous CUPE Educational workshops, Conventions and Conferences throughout the
Maritimes, as well as Montreal and Ottawa.
Chantal lives in the sweet little community of St Ann’s with her husband Stephen and together they have
3 adult children. Chantal is a proud grandmother of two and spending time with them is the highlight of
her weekends and holidays.
Locals 1870 & 501 UPEI Police: Cecia Huang - email@example.com
Cecia arrived in Prince Edward Island in 2017. Since October 2019, she's been working at the University of PEI and is an active member of CUPE Local 1870. She values the chance to make a difference in the community and appreciates the ability to bring diverse perspectives to the table. As a board member, she hopes to support members in the best way possible.
Young Workers Rep: Mikayla Gallant - firstname.lastname@example.org
Health East: Darren O'Connor - email@example.com
CUPE Members have the opportunity to sit on Provincial and National Communities. The work of these committees is very valuable to the work of CUPE. They provide an opportunity for engagement and also help us steer important initiatives and projects.
To sit on a National Committee, you must be elected to do so. However, if you are interested in joining, proposing ideas or volunteering with a Provincial Committee, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
National Committee Members
- Aboriginal Council - Marie Doyle
- Advisory Committee on Pensions - Donna Gormley
- Child Care Working Group - Ashley Pridham
- Contracting out and Privatization - Nicole Couture
- Environment - Ron Blue
- Global Justice - Jennifer LeBlanc
- Health and Safety - Cindy Ramsay
- Health Care Issues - Cheryl Koughan
- Library Workers - Vacant
- Literacy - Karyn Noble
- Pension Issues - Donna Gormley
- Pink Triangle - Robyn Sharp-Curry
- Political Action - Chris Lewis
- Post-Secondary - Ashley Clark
- Rainbow- Vacant
- Transportation - Cathy Richard
- Women’s - Vacant
- Young Workers - Vacant
Provincial Committee Members & Liaison's
- Pension Issues - Division Liaison Rep - Rob Harding , Education Sector - Lynda MacLean, Health Sector - June Pineau, - Island EMS/Atl Baptist Nursing & Group Homes - Donna Gormley
- PR Fund - Division Liaison - Linda Jones, Education Sector Rep - Kelly Matheson, Health Sector - Katie Jo Kenny, Island EMS/Atl Baptist Nursing & Group Homes - Stacy Paquette
- PEI Bursary Committee - Division Liaison - Linda Jones
- Contracting out and Privatization - Division Liaison - Alice Rice, Education Sector - Rob Harding, Health Sector - Mikayla Gallant, Municipal Sector - Tamara Whitlock, Island EMS/Atl Baptist Nursing & Group Homes - Cathy Herrell
- Human Rights - Division Liaison - Linda Jones
- Literacy - Division Liaison - Chantel Chanel Walsh, Education Sector - Constance Mac Rae, Health - Cheryl Koughan, Municipal Sector - Pauline Gass, University Sector - Cecia Huang, Island EMS/Atl Baptist Nursing & Group Homes - Kim Cameron
- Environment - Division Liaison - Darren O'Connor, Education Sector - Rob Coughlin, Health Sector- Jane Smith
- Global Justice - Division Liaison - Jennifer LeBlanc ,
- Occupational Health and Safety - Division Liaison - Cindy Ramsay, Education Sector - Darcie Handrahan, Health Sector - Darren O'Connor, University Sector - Megan Glover, Island EMS/Atl Baptist & Group Homes - Alice Rice
- Women’s - Division Liaison - Pauline Gass, Education Sector Amie Gorveatt, Island EMS/Atl Baptist & Group Homes - Nadine Paquet
- Young Workers - Division Liaison - Mikayla Gallant , Education Sector - Sawyer Murphy
Ad Hoc Committees
- Planning and Priorities - Ashley Clark, Bobby Kennedy, Linda Jones, Jennifer LeBlanc, Sandy Harding, Simon Oulette, Servicing and Specialty Reps as Required
- Finance Committee - Linda Jones, Pauline Gass, Bobby Kennedy
Below are the CUPE Locals on PEI. Some Locals maintain webpages, which are accessible by clicking their hyperlink.
|501 - President Adam Dunn Adamdunn99@gmail.com||Charlottetown Civic Employees
UPEI Security Police
Waste Water Treatment Plant
|804 - President Steven Muncey email@example.com||City of Summerside, Municipal Employees|
|805- President Rhonda Diamond firstname.lastname@example.org
1778 - President Chris Lewis email@example.com
1779 - President Cindy Ramsay firstname.lastname@example.org
|CUPE Health Sector Employees|
|830 - President Robbie Howatt email@example.com||Commissioners of Water and Sewer Supply|
|1145 - President Robert Geiss||PEI School Board Transportation Group|
|1174- President Mike Stevenson firstname.lastname@example.org||City of Summerside Police and Fire|
|1770 - President Tracy Campbell email@example.com||School admin assistants, branch office admin, PEITF support staff & PEI Federation of Labor support staff.|
|1775 - President John Doucette firstname.lastname@example.org||School Board custodial and maintenance|
|1870 - President Ashley Clark email@example.com||University of Prince Edward Island|
|2523 - President Donna Gormley firstname.lastname@example.org||Atlantic Baptist Home|
|3260 - President Carolyn Vandaele email@example.com||School educational assistants, youth service workers, student attendants, and workplace assistants employed by the Island School Boards|
|3324 - President Jason Woodbury firstname.lastname@example.org||Island EMS|
|3373 - President Priscilla Pound email@example.com||Queen's County Residential Services|
|4893 - President Andrew Griffin firstname.lastname@example.org||Town of Kensington|
|5331 - President Donna Gormley email@example.com||Atlantic Baptist Home|
About CUPE PEI
The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Prince Edward Island Division has been formed in order to improve and maintain the social, economic and general welfare of its members, workers and retired workers. We stand to defend and add the civil rights and liberties of workers in the public service and to preserve the rights and freedoms of democratic trade unions.
CUPE PEI represents over 3300 members on the Island in many sectors such as municipalities, healthcare, long term care, K-12 education and post-secondary education.
CUPE PEI is involved in promoting suitable legislative measures within PEI to further the interest, aims and objectives of CUPE members, as well as promoting the maximum participation of locals in the Canadian Labour Congress and the PEI Federation of Labour.
CUPE PEI also assists in the organization of unorganized workers generally, and public employees in particular. We actively promote educational, legislative and social action for lasting improvements for workers.
Unionize Your Workplace
Have questions on what a union like CUPE could do for you so you and your colleagues have better rights at work? Get the info you need to make the right decision. Contact Stacy Delaney, the CUPE organizer on our Island, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text her at 902-315-4366.
Throughout Canada, workers have the right to join a union to improve their working conditions. A union is all about building workers' strength through solidarity, collective action, and collective bargaining.
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If you work in the PEI public sector, but do not benefit from the protection and strength that a union offers, call or email us. Our CUPE union organizer will talk to you to help you organize a union in your workplace.
Stacy Delaney, the CUPE organizer on our Island, is available by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and by phone at 902-315-4366.
In CUPE the members are in charge. Each CUPE local decides its priorities for bargaining, when to settle a new contract, and how to manage funds. Together we maintain and improve wages and benefits, improve health and safety conditions, and make your workplace better.