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Supporting Island families -, Some things are too painful for words – they need to be shouted, danced, or drummed. That’s what the Native Council of Prince Edward Island intends to do with the $38,000 grant it was awarded by the Interministerial Women’s Secretariat to help community-based efforts...
After more than two years of consultation with Islanders, the new, Water Act, came up for debate in the Legislative Assembly today (November 29). The historic act ( www.princeedwardisland.ca/wateract ) is the first of its kind in Prince Edward Island. It will provide water security, guide...
Supporting Island families -, Three Island community groups will receive funding for their efforts to help all women feel safe from the threat of violence. The Native Council of Prince Edward Island, the PEI Coalition for Women in Government, and PEI Family Violence Prevention Services have been...
Hedgerow and Buffer Zone Planting Application.Nov 2017.pdf
CLE Presentation on Fish Kills Sept 2017
By working together, ministers responsible for the Status of Women have the opportunity to help advance gender equality across Canada. This was the main theme of the 35th annual meeting of the Federal-Provincial-Territorial (FPT) Ministers Responsible for the Status of Women held November 8 to 10...
The committee members who helped create the new Bonshaw Hills Provincial Park have been recognized by Prince Edward Island Association of Planners. In conjunction with today’s World Town Planning Day, the association presented the Bonshaw Hills Public Lands Subcommittee with its 2017 Murray Pinchuk...