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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...
Prince Edward Island’s estimated budget surplus of $600,000 will nearly double, according to the latest projections. Finance Minister Allen Roach presented the fall fiscal update and second-quarter forecast ( www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/information/finance/economic-and-fiscal-updates ) to the...
The Fiscal Update provides an update on the state of the public finances of the Province of Prince Edward Island. It is prepared by the Department of Finance.
The Economic Update is an annual report that examines key performance indicators of the Island economy like exports, consumer prices, primary industries, labour force, population and construction. It is prepared by the Department of Finance and is presented in the Legislative Assembly, typically...
Investing in infrastructure -, The provincial government will invest more than $134 million over the coming year in the priority areas of education, health, transportation and communications technology. Prince Edward Island’s 2018-19 Capital Budget, presented by Finance Minister Allen Roach to the...
The Provincial Capital Estimates for 2018-2019 was presented on November 17, 2017 by the Minister of Finance and Chair of Treasury Board.
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...