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A Report of the Provincial Foster Care Program Review Steering Committee of Prince Edward Island, along with a summary report.
The PEI Senior Islanders of the Year award was created to celebrate the many contributions of Island seniors. Each year in October, awards are presented to older adults who have made significant contributions to Island life as a: volunteer, artist or musician, community organizer, business person...
The accomplishments and contributions of five Island seniors have helped build stronger communities across the province. That is why they’ve been named Prince Edward Island’s 2019 Senior Islanders of the Year. Eileen Chiasson-Pendergast, Patrick Curley, Wanda MacLean, Paul H. Schurman and Isabel...
Information and application form for the Affordable Housing Development Program announced on October 1, 2019.
Supporting the development of new affordable housing units across Prince Edward Island will make the current rental market more affordable for Islanders. The new Affordable Housing Development Program is now accepting applications to support private sector affordable housing units. The program...
The new Affordable Housing Development Program is now accepting applications to support private sector affordable housing units., How much funding is available?, The program will provide forgivable loans of $45,000 per unit to increase the number of affordable housing options in the province., Who...
You can attend a one hour information session to learn more about becoming a foster parent. Sessions are held on a regular basis in Charlottetown, Summerside, O'Leary, Montague and Souris., NOTE:, If government offices are closed due to a storm, the information sessions will not be held.,...
Triple P uses simple, positive tips to help Prince Edward Island parents and caregivers face the typical challenges of raising children and teens. This Positive Parenting program offers various levels of support to parents including a stay positive public awareness campaign, large-group parent...
By law, you must contact Child Protection Services if you think a child is being abused or neglected by a parent or guardian. If you think a child is unsafe, you must call Child Protection Services., Time of Day, Toll-free telephone number to call, During business hours 1-877-341-3101 After...
The, Child Care Subsidy Program, assists Islanders with the cost of child care and daycare services for children up to and including 12 year-olds. , Eligibility, Assistance is available for Islanders who are working, attending school or at home - depending on your situation and income level. The...