uity for all. I hope that all of our children, families, couples
and individuals grow up and live here on PEI being as “well” as possible. This will
mean that we all have an equitable access to education, to healthy
fficult without their very able assistance and support. We sincerely thank them.
Prince Edward Island is totally dependent on groundwater for drinking water; and yet, as reported in the
first State of the Environment report published in June 2003 by the Government of PEI
addressed moving forward.
Stakeholders envisioned an environment where integrated and comprehensive care is designed to
keep people as healthy as possible, for as long as possible, living independently in their ow
und in the GEO521A - Global Studies module).
Caution to teachers regarding web site URLs:
At the time of publication, the web sites contained within this module were functioning
and appropriate in content. However
tizens, rights, and
responsibilities with examples from Kenya and P.E.I. Teachers may wish to refer to their Social
Studies curriculum document for additional teaching strategies to expand and enrich student