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Investing in infrastructure -, The last time Souris upgraded its water and sewer lines, the population of Prince Edward Island was 104,629, Swiss Family Robinson was playing in theatres, and Bobby Lewis’s “Tossin’ and Turnin’” was the No. 1 song. It was 1961 and the growing seaside town installed...
Investing in infrastructure -, Les Standen says there’s a reason North Rustico’s effluent – or treated wastewater – is famous across Canada. “That’s high quality effluent; you would think it was drinking water,” says Standen, who has chaired the town's water and sewer committee for 14 years...
The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries today issued the following statement on its plan to deliver shellfish enhancement activities for 2017:, The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries has supported the oyster fishery for many years by providing funding to the PEI Shellfish Association to...
A strong and diverse group of 26 Island business and community leaders will help shape Prince Edward Island’s future success. Members of the new Regional Economic Advisory Councils meet for the first time today, August 3, in Stanley Bridge. The goal of the four regional councils is to guide,...
Municipal Support Grant Funding Report for 2017-2018, including information on grants and equalization funding.
As one of the first chairs of the province’s new regional economic advisory councils, Jason Ramsay will have the chance to work with others who share his passion for helping his community succeed. Ramsay, who will chair the West Regional Economic Advisory Council, is one of four chairpersons that...
Application form Fish Peddlers License
Application for Fish Processor License 2016-17
Application form the Fish Buyer License 2016-17