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Join other members of the UPEIFA at the 2023 PEI Pride Parade! The annual parade will take place this year on Saturday, July 29, starting at noon from the parking lot behind the provincial government buildings on Terry Fox Drive (at the end of the boardwalk), and winding through Charlottetown to end at Rochford Square (see for the parade route). We’d love to have a large contingent from the UPEIFA to reflect our support for the 2SLGBTQ+ community, an

The UPEI Faculty Association (UPEIFA) joins the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) and other faculty associations across Canada in condemning yesterday’s attack on a colleague and two students in a “Gender Issues” class at the University of Waterloo. At a time of rising harassment and hate, both online and in person, targeting gender, sexuality, and race, the importance of the university classroom as a space for open and rigorous examination of all ideas – including about

A week after the UPEI Board of Governors released a redacted copy of the Rubin Thomlinson report into our toxic working environment, we are still left with more questions than answers. To be clear, responsibility for answering most of these questions rests squarely with the Board and UPEI Administration. However, there are some questions that we believe we can address now, including: What is the UPEI Faculty Association’s role in this investigation? What steps has the UPEI

EC Response to RT Report 15.06.23Download Mr. Pat SinnottChair, UPEI Board of Governors Dr. Greg KeefeInterim President, UPEI Via Email June 15, 2023 Dear Mr. Sinnott and Dr. Keefe, We are writing to respond to recent comments you have made regarding the long-awaited report on the 3rd party investigation by Rubin Thomlinson. While we are still digesting the report, and will undoubtedly have more to say in the days to come, we cannot in good