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Workplace Bullying and Mistreatment Partnership for Prevention


Manitoba GovernmentAwarded the distinction of being one of Manitoba's Top Employers for 2017, The Manitoba government is one of the largest employers in Manitoba with over 14,000 employees throughout the province. The Manitoba government believes a talented, highly skilled and professional workforce that reflects the diversity of the people of Manitoba.


U of WThe University of Winnipeg is a public university in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada that offers undergraduate faculties of art, business and economics, education, science and kinesiology and applied health as well as graduate programs. The University of Winnipeg is committed to excellence in post-secondary education through undergraduate and selected graduate programs, rooted in the liberal arts and culminating in degrees such as those in Arts, Science, Education, and Theology. In pursuit of our mission, we are guided by the knowledge that our primary responsibility is to our students, to whom we strive to offer a community which appreciates, fosters, and promotes values of human dignity, equality, nondiscrimination and appreciation of diversity.


Manitoba Teachers Society LogoThe Manitoba Teachers’ Society is the collective bargaining and professional development organization for all of Manitoba’s 15,000 public school teachers. Founded in 1919, the Society provides assistance to local associations in collective bargaining, offers professional development workshops and lobbies government on legislation that affects education, students and teachers. As well, MTS provides a range of wellness services including the Disability Benefits Plan and Educator Assistance Program. It also provides publication services for teacher organizations such as Special Area Groups and publishes the teachers’ newsletter, the annual handbook, annual report and an extensive range of brochures and other handbooks. The Manitoba Teachers’ Society is dedicated to safeguarding the welfare of teachers, the status of the teaching profession and the cause of public education in Manitoba.


Manitoba Nurses Union LogoFounded by nurses, the Manitoba Nurses Union (MNU) is an active, member-driven organization dedicated to meeting the unique needs and interests of its members. MNU represents over 12,000 nurses across the province and was the first nursing union in Canada to represent all nursing designations which include Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses, Registered Psychiatric Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses. First and foremost, the union enables members to voice their concerns on issues that affect their profession. In this regard, the primary roles of the MNU protect and support nurses through:

  • Labour Relations processes such as Collective Bargaining to establish wages, benefits and working conditions
  • Enforcing collective agreements and ensuring workplace standards are met
  • Organizing member-driven campaigns to improve working conditions and patient care
  • Advocating for both nurses and their patients
  • Providing educational opportunities and resources for the membership
  • Engaging in public and governmental relations to protect and improve health care for nurses and patients
  • Since its inception, the MNU has fought many battles to earn significant gains for Manitoba nurses. Decades of hard work, perseverance and commitment has strengthened the role of Manitoba nurses within an increasingly complex health care delivery system.