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A new funding program launching in January 2021 will help community halls across the Island with operating costs as part of the province’s ongoing response to COVID-19. The COVID-19 Operational Support Program for Community Halls will provide grants of up to $2,500 to assist community halls with...
Farm Registration Form 2021
A funding program is available for Island companies in the seafood and aquaculture sectors to help them bring innovative ideas to life and improve their business. The PEI Fisheries and Aquaculture Research, Innovation and Growth (RIG) Program is designed to help companies adopt innovative...
The Prince Edward Island fishery statistical report is designed to present the current information available on the fishing industry. The value to the economy of the Province exceeds $590 million. The industry employs as many as 8,000 people at peak production.
An innovative and collaborative funding project is helping to sustain the oyster industry and the environment in PEI. PEI Oyster growers were hit hard due to COVID-19 and they had an excess of oysters available this fall. The Oyster Enhancement Fund redistributed more than four million surplus...
Through the department of Fisheries and Communities, the provincial government continues to work with and support people in rural communities across PEI throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Since March, more than $2 million has been invested to deliver 70 projects in various rural areas on PEI. “...
This map shows the municipalities of PEI. It shows which municipalities have official plans and land use bylaws and which municipalities do not.
Prince Edward Island is home to some of the tastiest lobster rolls you can find, and the first ever PEI Lobster Love campaign confirmed this. Throughout the campaign, which ran from July 6 to 31, 75 restaurants from across the Island served up their best PEI lobster rolls as they competed for the...
Over 15 Canadian Coast Guard crews were treated to fresh Island shellfish this month. The Department of Fisheries and Communities worked with industry to purchase and donate a variety of PEI oysters and mussels to Coast Guard Crews all over Atlantic Canada, to show appreciation for all they do. “I...
Islanders in rural PEI will benefit from a new council that will help ensure government decisions support various aspects of rural Prince Edward Island, such as people, communities, wellness and the environment. The 12 member Rural Communities Council will review government strategies, policies and...