Recent publications

YDAY PEI 2017 Youth Summit Report

Population Development and Strategic Initiatives
February 26, 2018

A report for the Youth Futures Council based on information gathered from participants of YDAY 2017 activities and discussions.

Adult Immunization Poster

February 6, 2018

PEI Economy on a Tear

Premier's Office
February 5, 2018

Economic indicators for Prince Edward Island at-a-glance

Prince Edward Island Children's Report 2017

Chief Public Health Office
January 9, 2018

The 2017 Prince Edward Island Children’s Report explores the relationship between the social determinants of health, health equity, healthy behaviours and health outcomes for Island children. Risk factors to healthy child development, cognitive development and the social environment are considered as well. The Report establishes a baseline of key indicators of child health and well-being in PEI, and calls us to take action for our PEI children.

Artist Grants program report - Fall 2017

CEO's Office
December 20, 2017

The PEI Arts grant program is designed to support the development of artistic practice through a competitive award system. The process for assessment was modelled after the best practice of using peer juries to select successful projects and award funding amounts.


Cultural Strategy

Innovation PEI
November 20, 2017

Cultivating Growth: A Five-Year Action Plan for Culture and Creative Industries of PEI

Speech from the Throne

Premier's Office
November 14, 2017

Delivered by the Honourable Antoinette Perry Lieutenant Governor of Prince Edward Island.

People, Prosperity, Progress: Working Together for All Islanders


PEI Action Plan to Prevent and Mitigate Opioid Overdoses and Deaths

Population Health Assessment and Surveillance
September 11, 2017

The purpose of this action plan is to prevent and mitigate unintentional opioid overdoses and deaths among youth and adults in Prince Edward Island in PEI. The scope of the action plan includes the following areas of focus:

  • Surveillance of opioid overdoses and deaths,
  • Rapid response protocol to address a sudden increase in opioid-related overdoses in PEI,
  • Harm reduction, including access to naloxone, communications and education, and opioid replacement therapy,
  • Appropriate prescribing and dispensing of prescription opioids, and,
  • Diversion of prescription opioids.

These areas are considered immediate priorities to prevent and mitigate opioid overdose and death.

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