MLA District 23 Tyne Valley – Sherbrooke
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Trish Altass is a community-based researcher whose work has involved exploring lived experiences and collaborating with government departments, community organizations and vulnerable populations. Throughout her career, she has been dedicated to work that supports the development of a more equitable society where everyone can live healthy, well and strong within their communities and families.
Trish has been a strong advocate for policy development based on the social determinants of health and the need for a basic income guarantee to eliminate poverty. She was also a founding member of the Community Engaged Scholarship Institute at the University of Guelph, focused on building community-university partnerships, community engagement and social innovation.
In addition to her research and community work, she has been a union leader, serving as women’s council chair and local president of the teaching assistant and sessional faculty union at the University of Guelph, CUPE 3913.
Trish was elected to represent District 23, Tyne Valley-Sherbrooke on April 23, 2019, and is currently the opposition critic for Health and Wellness and Fisheries and Communities. She is also the Opposition Whip.
Trish was born in Eastern PEI, and after many years living away, she relocated to Summerside where she lives with her partner and daughter.
- Health and Wellness
- Fisheries and Communities
- Health and Social Development
- Poverty in PEI
Joint Statement on the Standing Committee on Health and Social Development’s decision to subpoena IRAC report on Brendel Farm land sale
Joint Statement by Michele Beaton, Official Opposition Critic for Agriculture and Land and Trish Altass, Official Opposition Critic for Health and Wellness on The Standing Committee on Health and Social Development’s decision to subpoena IRAC report on Brendel Farm...
Trish Altass, MLA Tyne Valley-Sherbrooke Official Opposition Critic for Health and Wellness When healthcare decisions and plans are made by experts, Islanders benefit greatly. When those same decisions are left to the whims or political will of an individual, they can...