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Safety features on this fall’s newest school buses will help reduce the number of cars that unlawfully drive by when buses are stopping to pick up children. The new buses have a stop arm at both the front and back of the bus. A second stop arm at the rear has been proven to reduce drive-by...
The information in this report informs a Public Health approach to Cannabis Legalization and Regulation in PEI.
The provincial government wants Islanders’ thoughts on what cannabis legislation should look like for Prince Edward Island. The federal government in April 2017 introduced the Cannabis Act which – if passed by Parliament– will legalize and regulate cannabis across Canada by July 2018. While...
Government is fulfilling its budget commitment to provide funding to community groups that increase Islanders' awareness of fresh, healthy local foods. The Community Food Security and Food Education Program will help community groups, schools, early child-care centres, and other organizations...
Creating jobs for Islanders -, A new development agreement between the Government of Prince Edward Island and the Prince Edward Island Mi’kmaq will provide advanced economic opportunities for First Nations and the province. The new agreement was signed this afternoon (August 30) by Premier Wade...
Supporting Island Families -, The Government of Canada is making significant investments in early learning and child care systems to improve the lives of Canadian children and their families. Today (August 29), the Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, Minister of Families, Children and Social Development,...
The PEI Action Plan on Early Learning and Child Care focuses on two main areas: expanding access for under-served populations and for children who are more vulnerable; and improving quality.
Investing in Infrastructure -, Investing in clean, reliable and affordable electricity promotes a high quality of life, supports economic prosperity, and helps grow the middle class. Today, the Honourable Wade MacLauchlan, Premier of Prince Edward Island, and the Honourable Lawrence MacAulay,...
Public access to all government internet services has been restored after a broken fiber caused problems with the provincial government's network earlier today. Work was completed to successfully re-route data communications. Government apologizes for any inconvenience this disruption may have...