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These days Karen Milligan is busy preparing the rooms and grounds at The Inn at St Peters for a 2017 tourism season that promises to beat the record set at her operation last year. Operators like Milligan from across the province are reporting increased bookings compared to 2016, when overnight...
Anyone who has visited Charlottetown is likely familiar with the work of sculptor Ahmon Katz. The Three Leaves sculpture, which stands prominently at the entrance to the city by the Charlottetown Events Centre, and the Great Blue Heron on the corner of Queen and Water Street in Charlottetown are a...
Creating jobs for Islanders -, A local company is diversifying its operations to include the manufacturing of aerospace parts and components. Thanks in part to support from the governments of Canada and Prince Edward Island, this new business line at Tronos is expected to create skilled jobs,...
Creating jobs for Islanders -, A new $4 million angel investment fund will help jump-start local businesses at a phase of their development when they need it the most and help drive economic growth and prosperity for Prince Edward Island. As part of the 2017-2018 provincial budget introduced...
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More Prince Edward Island products will be traded with China, more Chinese students will learn at Island schools, and more Chinese visitors will come here as a result of a recent trade mission led by Premier Wade MacLauchlan. The Island delegation to the March 22-31 China trade and investment...
MacDougall Steel Erectors is optimistic about what the new Canada Free Trade Agreement will mean for the company. The agreement (CFTA) promises to benefit MacDougall Steel which – although based in the Borden-Carleton area – does much of its business off Island, especially in Alberta. Economic...