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(originally posted December 2017) Ringing in the new year with good cheer is a time-honoured tradition for many Islanders. There are nearly 40 levees planned for New Year’s Day across the Island, some starting bright and early in the morning. Although the levee tradition dates back to King Louis...
Supporting Island families - , Islanders will pay less in taxes this year due to decreases in taxes on gas and diesel. As of midnight, December 31, tax on gas is reduced by 3.42 cents per litre, with a 4.37 cents per litre reduction on diesel tax. “Islanders are working hard and our province’s...
Prince Edward Island 2018 Tourism Indicators
The Government of Prince Edward Island is returning all of the federal carbon levy back to Islanders. As a result, transit fees and vehicle registration fees have been reduced and driver's licenses are now free. For more information on these changes, visit Saving You Money While Helping...
Supporting Island Families -, Beginning January 1, 2019, more than 580 Islanders living with a permanent ostomy will be eligible for financial assistance. Islanders can access the forms required to apply to the new Ostomy Supplies Program online or call the PEI Pharmacare Program toll-fee 1-877-577...
You may choose to buy a copy of the Driver's Handbook (available in only English or French) from any Access PEI location. The fee is $20.00 plus HST. French Version Chinese Version (online only) Arabic version (online only) English Version:
The Climate Change Action Plan is focused on helping Islanders reduce carbon emissions while saving money at the same time. Government is offering incentives to help residents and businesses reduce greenhouse gas emissions while returning all revenue from the carbon levy on gas and diesel directly...
Family-friendly amendments to the Employment Standards Act passed during the 2018 fall legislative session will come into effect on Saturday, December 29, 2018. Changes to the act include: • Extended parental leave from 12 months to 18 months to align with the federal employment insurance...
The rules of the road are laws and safe practices that allow for the safe and efficient movement of vehicles, pedestrians and other road users. Special care must be taken on Island roads when dealing with emergency vehicles. It is our collective responsibility to protect the lives of emergency...
Summerside Police know what they want for Christmas. It’s for drivers to slow down and pay attention when police are working on the side of the road. “We’re pretty vulnerable when we leave our vehicles,” Sergeant Jason Blacquiere said. “Drivers get curious to see what is going on at a road stop...