EI consultation sessions cancelled

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ST. JOHN’S — Due to a lack of response, public consultation sessions by the Advisory Panel on the Pan-Atlantic on the impact of recent changes to employment changes have been cancelled for Corner Brook, Grand Falls-Windsor and L’Anse au Clair.

The cancellation is due to a lack of response from people interested in attending each of these sessions.

The Corner Brook session had been scheduled to take place on Jan. 21.

Interested parties can still provide information to the panel by participating in a telephone survey designed to capture information that will be used to assess the impacts of the changes.

Registrations to participate in the survey will be accepted until January 18 by calling 1-855-681-8210 or by registering online at www.cap-cpma.ca.

Written submissions will be accepted by mail or email until Jan. 31.

For details on the consultation process, and to review the discussion paper prepared for the consultations, visit the Council of Atlantic Premiers website www.cap-cpma.ca.

 

 

Organizations: Advisory Panel, Pan-Atlantic, Council of Atlantic Premiers

Geographic location: Corner Brook

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  • Hangaround
    January 16, 2014 - 11:53

    People are not showing up because there are more people that believe you should work for a living then be living off other peoples hard earned dollars.

  • Hangaround
    January 16, 2014 - 11:39

    People are not showing up because there are more people that believe you should work for a living then be living off other peoples hard earned dollars.

  • Yes by
    January 15, 2014 - 15:17

    People aren't interested because they are afraid it will lead to a loss of benefits caused by a misspoken word. It's not bad enough to have to get a lesser amount of money while employed but now you have head hunters making three or four times what you make trying to undermine your credibility and take away the mediocre income you get from ei when your job is gone

  • Yes by
    January 15, 2014 - 15:16

    People aren't interested because they are afraid it will lead to a loss of benefits caused by a misspoken word. It's not bad enough to have to get a lesser amount of money while employed but now you have head hunters making three or four times what you make trying to undermine your credibility and take away the mediocre income you get from ei when your job is gone

  • Yes by
    January 15, 2014 - 15:15

    People aren't interested because they are afraid it will lead to a loss of benefits caused by a misspoken word. It's not bad enough to have to get a lesser amount of money while employed but now you have head hunters making three or four times what you make trying to undermine your credibility and take away the mediocre income you get from ei when your job is gone

  • Yes by
    January 15, 2014 - 15:13

    People aren't interested because they are afraid it will lead to a loss of benefits caused by a misspoken word. It's not bad enough to have to get a lesser amount of money while employed but now you have head hunters making three or four times what you make trying to undermine the mediocre income you get from ei when your job is gone