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Maple syrup consumers, Prince Edward Island has a small but vibrant maple syrup industry. Most producers are small scale, family owned and operated businesses that produce a range of high quality maple products. Many producers welcome people to their maple bush during tapping season. Some are open...
Groundwater Pesticide Results 2004-2016 - Summary Document
Groundwater Pesticide Results 2004-2016 - Technical Report
Over 100 wells are monitored annually, including those that provide drinking water to private homes, schools, municipalities, and seniors’ housing facilities. Sampling of the wells is conducted each January/February by departmental staff. The collected samples are sent to a laboratory for analysis...
Islanders will have an extended opportunity to comment on the environmental impact assessment for the proposed 30 mega watt wind project in Eastern Kings. The public comment period is extended by one month – from December 20, 2019 to January 20, 2020 – due to the delay of a report on bird migration...
Islanders’ enthusiastic support for reducing single-use plastic checkout bags is decreasing the volume of plastic entering the Island’s solid waste system. As a result, there will be no need to increase fees for reusable or paper bags in January as originally planned. The minimum mandatory fee will...
While 88 per cent of Prince Edward Island is privately owned, the remaining 12 per cent is publicly-owned and managed by the government for the benefit of all Islanders. The Forests, Fish and Wildlife Division manages four types of public land: Natural Areas Ponds and Wetlands Provincial Forests...
Do I need a permit to operate a recycling facility?, Anyone who wishes to operate a recycling facility must first obtain a Recycling Facility Permit., How can I get a Permit to Operate a Recycling Facility?, You must complete an Application to Operate a Recycling Facility form and forward it,...
Energy Rebate - Program Registration Form for Suppliers. Form to register as a supplier under the Energy Rebate program.
Today, the Minister Responsible for the Status of Women, Darlene Compton announced in the House, four organizations that will receive core, operational funding through the Interministerial Women’s Secretariat, to support the valuable work that they do in our Island communities. The following...