More new members appointed to government boards
Islanders continue to lend their voices to government agencies, boards and commissions.
In January, 16 Islanders were appointed to serve on four provincial government boards. Every month, Islanders can submit their application through Engage PEI to one of more than 70 boards that align with their area of expertise and preferred interests.
“Innovation and creativity, coupled with Islanders’ sense of community is what makes Prince Edward Island the Mighty Island,” said Premier Wade MacLauchlan. “Time and time again, I am astounded by the engagement and dedication Islanders demonstrate towards their communities.”
“Thank you to all Islanders, new and returning members, for your continued commitment in making Prince Edward Island the best place to live, work and play.”
Every month, up to 20 board vacancies may be available. Some of the boards currently seeking new members are:
- Community Care Facilities and Nursing Homes Board;
- Learning Partners Advisory Council;
- PEI Funeral Services and Professional Board;
- Provincial Apprenticeship Board;
- Social Assistance Appeal Board.
For a full list of current vacancies and to apply, visit Upcoming Vacancies for Agencies, Boards or Commissions.
Here are the 16 people appointed or reappointed to four agencies, boards and commissions by Cabinet in January.
Agricultural Insurance Corporation Board
Glen Ellis - Ellerslie
Early Learning and Child Care Board
Bobby Thomas Cameron (reappointment) - Charlottetown
Council of the College of Pharmacists
Priyanka Campbell - Souris
Eileen Conway-Martin - O’Leary
Allan Greene(reappointment) - Stratford
Elizabeth Kennedy-Lord (reappointment) - Souris
Kilby Rinco (reappointment) - Stratford
Poverty Reduction Council
Andrea MacDonald - Charlottetown
Scott Annear - Montague
Roma Arsenault - Kinkora
Paxton Caseley - Charlottetown
Don MacEachern - Kensington
Polly Rice - Richmond
Lori St. Onge - Mermaid
Jenny Wood - North Winsloe
Regina Younker - Cornwall