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The provincial government is increasing its supports for community organizations that provide important programs and services to Islanders who need them the most. Finance Minister Heath MacDonald and Family and Human Resources Minister Tina Mundy made the announcement today at Queens County...
The purpose of the Atlantic Provinces Harness Racing Commission is to regulate and oversee the harness racing industry throughout the maritime provinces., Who serves on the Commission?, PEI commissioners serve on the Atlantic Provinces Harness Racing Commission and are committed to the harness...
The Honourable Allen F. Roach announced today that he is stepping down from his position as Prince Edward Island’s minister of Finance effective immediately. He will continue to serve as a proud member of the Legislative Assembly for District 3, Montague-Kilmuir. “As I have decided not to run in...
Islanders have several opportunities to help shape the province's upcoming 2018-19 operating budget. Finance Minister Allen Roach will host pre-budget consultations in Alberton on January 10, Summerside on January 11, Charlottetown on January 16, and Montague on January 18 -- call (902) 368-...
Cannabis Consultation Report - A summary of consultation results in preparing cannabis policy and legislation (December 2017)
The provincial government has announced an historic new way to fund the Island’s municipalities. Finance Minister Allen Roach today (November 6) outlined the funding changes in the Legislative Assembly. The new agreement will provide municipalities with more predictable funding and stronger growth...
A third bond rating agency has reaffirmed the province’s debt rating as stable, again demonstrating government’s sound management of taxpayers’ dollars. Standard and Poor's (S&P Global) has joined Moody’s and DBRS in forecasting a stable outlook for the economy. The agency said that over...
The provincial deficit for the 2016-2017 fiscal year now stands at just $1.3 million, with the province on track to achieve a balanced budget in the current fiscal year. Thanks to good financial stewardship, a strong economy, and a focus on key priorities, the deficit of $1.3 million compares...
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