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Employers on PEI can apply for wage support to create summer job opportunities for Island students. The Jobs for Youth Program supports non-profit organizations, municipalities, and public and private businesses with funding to create summer jobs for students aged 15-29 who plan to return to school...
Current Municipal Council Vacancies Municipal Directory Municipality Position Date By-election Resort Councillor 22-Feb-21 (Acclamation) Three Rivers Councillor 22-Feb-21 (Larry Creed elected) Mount Stewart Councillor/Mayor 22-Feb-21 (Acclamation) York Councillor /Mayor 22-Feb-21 (Acclamation/...
Pandemic guidelines for municipal elections and by-elections cover PEI Pandemic Guidelines for Municipal Elections and By-Elections These guidelines were developed to help municipalities navigate the COVID-19 context, including consideration of alternative voting methods, staff safety procedures,...
The COVID-19 Operational Support Program for Community Halls provides support for community halls to help with ongoing expenses and recognizing a reduction in revenue as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. , Is my organization eligible?, All groups that meet the following criteria are encouraged to...
What are the rules for campaign fundraising and expenses?, Every municipal council is required to have a Campaign Contributions and Election Expenses Bylaw. The Campaign Contributions and Election Expenses Bylaw Regulations set out the rules for a municipality’s bylaw. Many municipalities...
Chief Administrative Officers (CAO) for municipalities across Prince Edward Island now have access to a series of free training sessions to support them in their jobs. The new Municipal CAO Education and Training Project is ideal for current and incoming CAOs who wish to expand their knowledge and...
This is a sample template for a code of conduct bylaw in accordance with section 107 of the, Municipal Government Act, (MGA).
All municipal councils shall appoint, by resolution, a person as chief administrative officer (CAO). This requirement to appoint a CAO is found in clause 86 (2)(c) of the, Municipal Government Act, (MGA). Likewise, municipal councils retain the ability to revoke, or suspend the appointment of a...