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Grain elevators will be renovated, expanded
Expanding and renovating Prince Edward Island’s three grain elevators will help the province’s agriculture industry grow and lead to increased prosperity for all Islanders. The PEI Grain Elevators Corporation (GEC) has received a $9.2 million repayable loan from the provincial government through...
New faces, resources await Island students this school year
Many new resources and several new staff will greet Prince Edward Island students when school opens September 6. In particular, students will see new faces in more than 20 new principal and vice principal positions this year. More than 20 new staff will join the new Student Well-being Teams being...
Hundreds of job opportunities await on WorkPEI
For anyone planning a move to Prince Edward Island, or current residents looking for work, the first stop in finding a job should be WorkPEI.ca. There are currently more than 660 job postings on the site that represent 1,500-plus actual job openings. Although summertime brings plenty of entry-...
Islanders invited to serve on Housing Council
Islanders can join a group that will help the provincial government make more affordable housing available across the province. Members of the new Housing Council will advise cabinet and help implement government’s Housing Action Plan, announced last month. Islanders can apply to join the council...
Community, business leaders will improve transparency on investment board
Four new members added to the provincial government’s investment board this week through Engage PEI -- who have vast business and community experience -- will give Islanders a greater voice in the board’s decisions. Now seven members, the Island Investment Development Inc (IIDI) board provides...
Early Learning Grant Budget Application
This is a sheet developed for applicants to Early Learning Centre grants.
All the pieces are coming back together for Tara MacLean
After more than three decades of life on the mainland Tara MacLean is feeling the magnetic pull of her ancestral home. The singer-songwriter and producer of Atlantic Blue felt the tug to return home get stronger last winter. She was back to perform in Confederation Centre of the Arts’ mainstage...
Health professional? Make a difference on Prince Edward Island
If you’ve ever lived on Prince Edward Island, you already know that the scenery and lifestyle are unrivaled. What you might not know is that being on a small Island can make a big difference in your career – especially in health care. There are in-demand positions available in every facet of health...
Provincial analytical lab reaccredited
Islanders can be fully confident in the agricultural and water test results they receive from the provincial government. The Prince Edward Island Analytical Laboratories has been reaccredited by the Standards Council of Canada. The reaccreditation recognizes that the labs meet the general...
Education, training awaits current and returning Islanders
The Island labour market is growing like never before, and PEI higher education institutions have tailored their training accordingly. Holland College is training (and retraining) workers for the ever-expanding – and higher paying – industries of bioscience, aerospace, agriculture, and information...