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Open Adoption Records is the ability for adult adoptees, 18 years of age or older, to have access to all the information contained on their original birth certificate, including name at birth and the identity of his/her birth parent(s). Birth parents also are able to access the adopted name given...
You can adopt a child of any age. This includes adoptions of children living on Prince Edward Island as well as international adoptions. There are children living in foster care in PEI in who need safe, loving, and stable families to adopt them. If you are interested in adopting one of these...
A community outreach centre in Charlottetown will help Islanders experiencing homelessness connect with the support services they need. The centre, located at 211 Euston Street, will be open 7 days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. starting Wednesday, January 15, and offer support to people seeking...
Child Care Subsidy Program policies are currently under review and will be posted when the review is complete.
AccessAbility Supports Request for Reconsideration Policy
Margaret Howard’s first husband Robert died in a motorcycle accident in 1982 before any of her six children were married. Today, she has 12 grandchildren and one great-grandchild who never knew their grandfather. As a member of the Rustico Bay Seniors Club, Howard is hoping to change that by...
The PEI Seniors’ Secretariat is a body created to provide policy and program advice to government and other organizations to improve the quality of life for seniors. The Seniors’ Secretariat also develops and supports public education efforts about issues of importance to seniors and gathers...
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...
Released in November 2019, this community needs assessment will inform future planning for emergency shelters in Prince Edward Island.
Actions and progress report on the recommendations of the Community Needs Assessment for Emergency Shelters released November 2019.