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From visiting friends and relatives to getting goods to market, we rely on our roads, bridges and highways to support a vibrant economy and a great quality of life. The governments of Canada and Prince Edward Island are investing in transportation infrastructure that will help create jobs and grow...
The return of milder weather means spring weight restrictions for all Island roads will begin at 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday, March 14. Weight restrictions reduce the maximum load allowed per axle for larger trucks. This helps reduce damage to – and preserves the province’s investment in – Prince Edward...
The province has released its second round of road and bridge tenders that includes projects vitally important for the Island economy. Details on the tenders are available at Government of Prince Edward Island Tenders and their locations can be found on the 2017 Construction Map . “Our highway...
efficiencyPEI is your go-to for tips on how to save money on heating and energy costs! Check out this short video on easy ways you can conserve energy (and save money) in your home.
Island Indigenous women are joining 300 delegates from across Canada this week in Toronto to discuss empowering Indigenous women. The Prince Edward Island delegation to the National Indigenous Women’s Summit March 6 to 8 includes Chief Matilda Ramjattan of Lennox Island First Nation, Nancy MacLean...
The third in a series of discussions on how to design energy efficient homes will be held next week in Summerside. Hosted by the city of Summerside and efficiencyPEI, Build a Better Home will be Tuesday, March 14 at 7 p.m. in the Empire Room of the Loyalist Country Inn. Energy efficient homes...
Presentation given to a public meeting in February 2017 on the Trans-Canada Highway Extension - Cornwall to Clyde River - Noise Feasibility Study