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Prince Edward Island aims to build a resilient, diverse population of 160,000 people by the end of 2022. The province’s new population action plan lays out a path focusing on recruiting, retaining, and repatriating, with an emphasis on growing the Island’s rural population. It is available at ...
Summer residents and rural tourism operators can test their internet speeds in June as part of the provincial government’s efforts to improve Island-wide internet service. The first phase of the speed test in April captured data from just over 4,300 households and businesses across the province....
Recruit, Retain, Repatriate: A Population Action Plan for Prince Edward Island
Mayor Dean Sexton sees a promising future for Borden-Carleton and its surrounding area that will be made brighter by grants from the McCain Foods Adjustment Fund. Nine businesses and the municipal government today were awarded a total of $2 million in grants from the transition fund, which McCain’s...
Creating jobs for Islanders -, Operations Manager Gary Compton of Compass Aquaculture Solutions has seen first-hand how the province’s Ignition Fund can help accelerate a business plan. Compton says his Mount Stewart company is closer to commercializing its shellfish farming management solutions...
Students from across Prince Edward Island presented projects about their community, history, and culture last week at the Provincial Heritage Fair. More than 180 students in grades 5 through 9 – from 22 schools – participated in this year’s fair, May 4 at the Confederation Centre of the Arts. The...