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Data on ground ambulance coverage zones, ambulance response times, and the most common pre-hospital ambulance calls for 2016-17.
Kathy Hambly believes that the key to launching a career is to learn - early in your education - what employers are looking for. The community leader spent a decade as Charlottetown Chamber of Commerce president and has volunteered with the University of Prince Edward Island Board of Governors to...
Universally free flu shots and enhanced immunization programs for adults are two efforts aimed at urging all Islanders to get vaccinated against infectious diseases. Beginning this fall, Prince Edward Island will begin two initiatives to enhance the uptake of vaccination programs: a universal...
The welcome banners are hung and the staff are energized as Birchwood Intermediate School prepares to throw open its doors to more than 400 new students this September. The new arrivals are coming mostly from Stratford, alleviating overcrowding pressures at Stonepark Intermediate. That’s no problem...
Claretta MacWilliams understands the difference that an increase in the personal comfort allowance can make in the lives of Island seniors. Her mother spent three years in community care in West Prince before passing away earlier this year. The 2017-18 provincial operating budget increases the...
These days Karen Milligan is busy preparing the rooms and grounds at The Inn at St Peters for a 2017 tourism season that promises to beat the record set at her operation last year. Operators like Milligan from across the province are reporting increased bookings compared to 2016, when overnight...
Islanders with an active Employment Insurance claim can now get the training they need to obtain long-term, meaningful employment. Eligible Islanders can apply to receive their Employment Insurance while attending post-secondary training -- including universities – through the new Career Connect...
Prince Edward Island keeps more waste out of landfills – per person – than anywhere else in Canada. According to Statistics Canada’s 2014 waste-management survey, Islanders each divert an average of 429 kilograms of waste to recycling or organic processing – which is well above the Canadian average...
Conservation Officer activity report from opening day of angling season - April 2017
The final report of the Crime Prevention and Policing Services Review is a compilation of phases 1 and 2 along with feedback from the stakeholders.