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Persons or groups who wish to present to Health PEI Board of Directors must complete and submit this form, three weeks (21 days) in advance, of the Board meeting.
Provincial lands are used for such things as highways and roads; public institutions such as schools, hospitals and provincial housing; and for recreational use such as provincial beaches, parks and natural areas. Provincially owned land is managed and protected by government for the benefit of all...
A Policy and Legislative Framework for Prince Edward Island - While legalizing cannabis is a federal decision, provinces and territories have significant areas of responsibility. Cannabis legalization will be addressed by a mix of federal and provincial laws, and municipal bylaws and organizational...
Prince Edward Island’s approach to legalizing and regulating cannabis will focus on helping Islanders make an informed choice while reducing the illegal market. A new document,, Cannabis Legalization: A Policy and Legislative Framework for Prince Edward Island, brings together government decisions...
Canada’s Lower-Risk Cannabis Use Guidelines provide 10 science-based recommendations to help cannabis users reduce health risks. The guidelines are published by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health .