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Since January, 2013, the 16 members of the the Bonshaw Hills Public Lands Committee (BHPLC), representing various government and non-government organizations, have provided guidance on the development and protection of valuable public lands in the Bonshaw area. In October, 2013 the BHPLC...
Hannah MacLellan’s effort to make provincial legislation more sensitive to Islanders with physical limitations may soon become reality. The former Easter Seals ambassador and grade 12 student at Charlottetown Rural High School advocated for changing outdated language in the, Highway Traffic Act...
Fairyland historic photo The public is welcome to submit feedback on this management plan, in writing, to Megan Harris - email@example.com or Brian Thompson, firstname.lastname@example.org , Co-chairs of the Bonshaw Hills Public Lands Committee. Comments will be received until December 20, 2016.
A Practical Guide for Users and Landowners:, An off-highway vehicle is considered any motorized vehicle designed for cross-country travel on land, water, snow, ice, marsh or swamp land. This includes all terrain vehicles (ATVs), side-by- sides, dirt bikes and snowmobiles.
The traditions and history of Prince Edward Island’s First Nations will be recognized with the naming of the main trail at the newly-expanded Bonshaw Provincial Park. Transportation, Infrastructure and Energy Minister Paula Biggar joined Chief Brian Francis of Abegweit First Nation and Chief...
Motorists can expect substantial delays on the Cornwall Perimeter Highway project this Thursday and Friday, November 17 and 18 as crews apply the final layer of asphalt paving. Equipment will often occupy two adjacent lanes at a time, and crews may need to limit traffic from accessing particular...
Construction on the Cornwall Perimeter Highway project will focus on paving and curbing in the coming week, with traffic flow occasionally reduced from four to two lanes. Traffic will flow through the new roundabouts at Maypoint Road and Poplar Island and on the main portion of the Trans-Canada...
The governments of Canada and Prince Edward Island are making infrastructure investments that will help create jobs, grow the middle class, and support a high standard of living for Canadians and their families. Wayne Easter, Member of Parliament for Malpeque, and Sean Casey, Member of Parliament...
Prince Edward Island is a leader in waste management thanks to participation by residents, employees and business owners. Waste Watch is a mandatory waste management system for the entire province. It is managed by the Island Waste Management Corporation., Three Sorting Streams, Recycling Compost...