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Island families will no longer have to pay fines on overdue children’s materials beginning June 1. The policy change is timed to increase participation in the provincial libraries’ many summer reading programs, which help children avoid losing their literacy skills over the summer vacation months....
Government is pleased to announce the nomination of Darlene Arsenault of St. Chrysostome, PEI, as the new Complaints Officer under the, French Language Services Act, , says Premier Wade MacLauchlan, Minister Responsible for Acadian and Francophone Affairs. The Complaints Officer works with French...
Fillable form for organizations applying to the Prince Edward Island Sport Hosting Fund
Prince Edward Island artists are invited to apply for the spring 2017 round of arts grants. Applications for funding can be submitted online at Arts Grants Program for three types of grants: creation, dissemination and professional development. The deadline to apply is Tuesday, June 20 at 4 p.m. “...
What is the Sport Hosting Program?, The sport hosting program provides grants to organizations hosting International, National, and Inter-Provincial /Territorial sports events as well as select signature sport events that advance the vision and priorities of the Department of Health and Wellness...
Creating jobs for Islanders -, More young Islanders will have the chance to earn money and gain experience in the fast-growing trucking industry. The new Team Youth Trucking initiative will create jobs for youth in a variety of trucking-related businesses across the Prince Edward Island. Modelled...
Investing in Infrastructure -, Roads, bridges, and water and wastewater systems are the public works infrastructure that helps communities grow. National Public Works Week (May 21 to 27) recognizes the contribution this infrastructure makes in connecting individuals and communities. It also honours...