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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...
All senior officials of the Government of PEI must publicly disclose any travel, hospitality, meals, meetings, and conference expenses they incur while advancing the business and priorities of the Government of Prince Edward Island. Ministers, deputy ministers, CEOs, senior advisors, political...
Atlantic Canada’s first expo dedicated to clean technologies and green and healthy living is taking place this weekend at UPEI. More than 20 student teams are presenting their projects to high school students, industry representatives, and the public at the Atlantic Canadian Green Expo, at UPEI’s...
The Prince Edward Island Seed Alliance is building a healthier Island – one seed at a time. The alliance shares seeds and encourages Islanders to grow their own food. “Islanders have a diet that is largely imported, processed foods that can lead to obesity, which is a big burden on our health...
Nobody loved the start of the annual fishing season more than Matthew Murphy. The Bonshaw man, who lost his battle with depression two years ago at age 19, would wake before the sun and head to his favorite fishing hole at Carragher’s Pond. He and his family would fuel up with a hot breakfast at...
Feedback from Principals’ Council on Learning Partners Advisory Council consultation paper: Ambition, Excellence and Prosperity: Priorities and Directions for Learning
A new approach to delivering support services to school-aged children, youth and their families.