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A variety of GIS data and other geospatial services are available both for free and for-a-fee. Data that are available include community boundaries, aerial photographs, electoral districts, bridge structures and road networks, and an inventory of the Confederation Trail on PEI. The PEI Coordinate...
The 2015 Budget Highlights document contains a summary of revenues and expenditures, initiatives, and briefly discusses changes in taxation, health, education and other government departments.
The 2015-2016 estimates represent the financial plan of the province for the fiscal year commencing April 1, 2015, and are presented by the Minister of Finance and Chair of Treasury Board, in support of the government's request to the Legislative Assembly for authority to spend public monies.
The 2014-2015 Estimates represent the financial plan of the province for the fiscal year commencing April 1, 2014, and are presented by the government in support of its request to the Legislative Assembly for authority to spend public monies.
The 2015 Budget Address presented by the Minister of Finance and the Chair of Treasury Board to the 56th general assembly of the Prince Edward Island on June 19, 2015.
This document is an update of the economic situation of the Province since the release of the Fall Economic Update. Primarily, this document is a retrospective on the economic performance of the preceding (2013-2014) year. This release begins with a discussion of the international and national...
The 2014 Budget Address was presented by the Minister of Finance, Energy and Municipal Affairs and Chair of Treasury Board to the General Assembly of PEI on Apri l8, 2014.
Provincial Capital Estimates for 2016-2017 presented in the fall 2015 by the Minister of Finance and Chair of Treasury Board.
Provincial Capital Estimates for 2016-2016 presented in the fall 2014 by the Minister of Finance, Energy and Municipal Affairs, and Chair of Treasury Board.
The Community Economic Development Business (CEDB) program is a method for Islanders to invest in economic development within their community. Through the program, an eligible business - approved and registered as a CEDB - may obtain equity financing in the PEI through a specified issue of shares...