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The primary goal of nutrient management planning is to ensure adequate nutrients are supplied to a crop with the least amount of impact on the surrounding natural resources. Prince Edward Island derives all of its drinking water from ground water sources and therefore is very concerned with overuse...
Performance of Prince Edward Island’s Grade 8 students in reading, math, and science has moved from among the lowest to among the highest in Canada, according to a national assessment released today. The Pan-Canadian Assessment Program ( PCAP ) 2016 indicates that more Island students achieved...
The PEI Liquor Control Commission (PEILCC) staff put their hearts into the annual Paper Hearts campaign in support of Heart & Stroke during February, raising a grand total of $30,894. Dollars raised represent $2 donations from customers in all 17 PEI liquor corporate retail outlets across the...
Insert to property tax bill - Spring 2018
The Health PEI Board Governance Policies define how the board conducts its business, rules, and practices.
In 2014, Robert Chang moved to Prince Edward Island from China. After starting his business, he quickly decided to make PEI his permanent home. He took the time to learn the local culture and worked very hard to better his English. After a few years, he realized there was a need in the housing...
Visually-impaired Islanders are getting help adapting to the often frightening and bewildering challenge of vision loss. The Canadian National Institute of the Blind (CNIB) recently received $120,000 in one-time funding from the provincial government to help maintain low-vision therapy in Prince...
Creating jobs for Islanders -, Gabriel Mercier knows better than most that necessity is the mother of invention. As a new Prince Edward Island farmer, Mercier and his wife Deirdre Doiron have had to work hard to grow her father’s 26-acre farm Ferme Isle St. Jean in North Rustico. Their solution?...
Creating jobs for Islanders -, Moth Lane Brewing’s first year in business brought phenomenal success that caused them to run out of beer more than once. Now new government support may help the Prince County employer grow to satisfy the thirst of its eager customers. Owner and brewmaster Eric Wagner...