This 15-page document outlines the Disaster Financial Assistance Program provides emergency, non-repayable financial assistance to PEI residents, small business, from the commercial, agriculture and aquaculture/fisheries sectors, and not for profit organizations for uninsurable loss and damage caused by significant events deemed eligible under the federal government's program.
Delivered by the Honourable Antoinette Perry, Lieutenant Governor of PEI, at the opening of the First Session of the 66th General Assembly.
Two horizontal designs of letter-sized posters for businesses to download, print and display.
This report presents children’s immunization rates (children under 18 years of age) in Prince Edward Island in 2017/2018 at three critical points in time: by age two years; prior to Grade 1 entry; and school-based immunization.
The Chief Public Health Office (CPHO) is a division within the government of Prince Edward Island’s Department of Health and Wellness. The CPHO’s strategic plan for 2019-2021 highlights the division’s public health priorities over the next two years as they contribute towards achieving our common vision: Health For All Islanders.
Economic indicators for Prince Edward Island at-a-glance. Prepared for 2019 State of the Province Address.
The French Language Services Act Annual Report is submitted by the Minister responsible for Acadian and Francophone Affairs to the Legislative Assembly each fiscal year. The report contains information on the activities of the Acadian and Francophone Affairs Secretariat and government institutions subject to the Act, and on complaints made under the Act. For more information on the Act, visit the French Language Services Act information page.
Belonging and Thriving: A Poverty Reduction Action Plan for Prince Edward Island (2019-2024)