Islanders invited to share their ideas, chart PEI’s future

Islanders are encouraged to share their innovative, bold and sustainable ideas with the Premier’s Council for Recovery and Growth and help shape Prince Edward Island’s future.  

Beginning today, Islanders can share their ideas online with the Council to guide the development of a plan to move the province forward over the coming months and years. Islanders will have until September 15 to submit their ideas online.

“COVID-19 has shown the resiliency and adaptability of Islanders in the face of an unimaginable global crisis. We now have a unique opportunity to learn from this period and chart a path forward as we build a stronger community and economy. Islanders have always been creative, innovative thinkers who are unafraid to break new ground. Now is the time to be bold, be courageous and for Islanders to share their ideas as we renew PEI, together.” - Premier Dennis King

When sharing their ideas, Islanders are encouraged to consider where PEI has an opportunity to:

  • have a competitive and leading edge;
  • ensure Island children and youth are able to prosper in a changing world;
  • become a leader in sustainability;  
  • overcome barriers to become a global leader in key sectors and industries; and,
  • strengthen our community and cultural fabric.  

Additionally, Members of the Legislative Assembly are being encouraged to participate in the work of the Council to ensure all electoral districts have an opportunity to share their ideas and provide input into the recovery and growth plan for Prince Edward Island.   

For more information about the Premier’s Council for Recovery and Growth, visit  

Media Contact:
Amanda Hamel
Executive Director, Communications and Public Engagement
Office of the Premier


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