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In 2018, elections were held in municipalities across Prince Edward Island to fill the positions of mayor and councillor. Below is a summary report reflecting only the information provided to the Municipal Affairs and Provincial Planning Division from municipalities and therefore should not be...
This is a sample bylaw to establish the types, rates, and conditions of payments to be made to council members, council committees or another person.
This guide has been prepared by the Municipal Affairs Division of the Prince Edward Island Department of Communities, Land and Environment as a resource for your local government. The guide provides a brief overview of what you will encounter or need to know during your term of office, such as the...
The 2018 Municipal Orientation Session was designed to create an opportunity for elected candidates to network with both new and experienced mayors and councillors and to help you gain some insight into the issues and subject matter many councils face. , When and where was the Orientation Session...
This Ministerial Order extends the deadline to pass some of they mandatory bylaws by six months.
Municipalities are required by the, Municipal Government Act, to have a number of bylaws in place by certain points in time. , What is a bylaw?, Bylaws are laws made by a municipality in accordance with municipal legislation. Municipal councils can pass bylaws that govern processes within their...
Anyone elected or appointed to a municipal council must swear or affirm this Oath of Office.
2018 Municipal Orientation Session invitation poster.
Congratulations on being elected to municipal council. The following information will help you identify the next steps for you as an elected official and direct you to resources. , What do I do once I am elected?, Meet with the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) in your municipality, The CAO...
The Disclosure Statement of Campaign Contributions and Election Expenses must be filed by all candidates (whether elected or not).