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Islanders will benefit from new efforts to protect natural areas and fight climate change. Today, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Jonathan Wilkinson, and PEI’s Minister of Environment, Water and Climate Change, Brad Trivers, announced that the Government of Canada is providing over...
Do I have to complete the Contractor Licensing Program if I am an earth-moving contractor?, No. The Contractor Licensing Program is voluntary., Is there a benefit if I complete the Contractor Licensing Program?, Yes. Earth-moving contractors who complete the Contractor Licensing Program are...
Do you own woodland on PEI?, If you own woodland on PEI, the Forest Enhancement Program (FEP) can provide you with forestry-related advice and financial assistance. The program has helped thousands of Island woodlot owners manage their woodlands for recreation, forest products, wildlife habitat,...
Hunting for migratory birds or upland game has been an important activity for generations of Islanders. The Hunting Resources and Information Centre provides links on licensing, resident and non-resident hunting regulations, outfitting and guides and hunter education programs. Visit Hunter and...
Two wildfire fighters from Prince Edward Island are heading to Australia to assist with the unprecedented forest fires happening there. On February 6, two staff members from the department of Environment will travel to the state of Victoria, Australia with a team of professional wildland fire...
Presentation to Environmental Advisory Council - Climate Action: Adaptation - Hope Parnham January 2020.
The Prince Edward Island Environmental Advisory Council advises the minister responsible for the environment on matters related to air, land and water resources: conservation, protection and sustainable development., Who is the minister responsible for the Council?, The minister responsible is the...
Sewage Disposal Systems Regulations - Water Act
Islanders want science and evidence-based research to inform public policy and to protect their drinking water. This was one of the common themes identified during the water withdrawal regulation consultations that took place in the fall 2019 to get input from the public about the Island’s...
The, Water Act, was passed in the legislature in fall 2017. Since then, regulations have been developed to put the legislation into practice. , Where can I get more information on water resources on PEI?, You can visit the new website - On The Level, Background on consultations to-date, The first...