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Sherwood School celebrates 70-year anniversary
The crowd was all smiles outside Sherwood Elementary School as teachers, staff, students, parents, and community members gathered to celebrate the school’s 70-year anniversary. The school hosted a barbecue and welcomed everyone to attend, share stories and connect with old friends. Shelley Wolfe...
Atlantic Premiers call for delay of implementation of federal Clean Fuel Regulations
Atlantic Premiers call on the federal government to delay implementation of new Clean Fuel Regulations until a plan can be developed to address the disproportionate impact of the regulations on Atlantic Canadians. The Council of Atlantic Premiers met virtually yesterday with the federal Minister of...
Budget presents plan to support and improve the lives of Islanders
Today, Premier Dennis King and Finance Minister Jill Burridge presented government’s 2023-24 operating budget to the Legislative Assembly, outlining a record $3 billion in investments for Prince Edward Island. “The province is changing. It’s time to be creative and rethink how we do things. Our...
Canada and Prince Edward Island partner to invest in active transportation corridors across the province
Today, Heath MacDonald, Member of Parliament for Malpeque and the Honourable Ernie Hudson, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, announced a joint investment of more than $7 million to support two active transportation infrastructure projects that span across Prince Edward Island. Funding...
Health PEI advising the public of additional delayed referrals related to Electronic Medical Record
Health PEI is updating the public about two issues with Health PEI Electronic Medical Record (EMR) resulting in delayed referrals from primary care providers to a specialist. In November 2022, Health PEI became aware of an issue where referrals from primary care physicians were in some cases not...
PEI committed to Equal by 30
This year, the Equal by 30 campaign is celebrating its fifth anniversary and today, PEI becomes the third jurisdiction in Canada to sign on to this global initiative to advance gender equality in the clean energy sector. Equal by 30 is a commitment by public and private sector organizations to...
Foster families are needed across the Island
There is a need for foster families across the province to provide safe and nurturing homes to children up to age 18. Being a foster parent can be life changing for parents, children and youth. Islanders who are interested can apply to provide support for children as a: full time foster parent;...
Ignition Fund deadline fast approaching
Island entrepreneurs can apply for start-up funding through Innovation PEI to turn their ideas into a viable business. Through a biannual competitive process, successful applicants can receive up to $25,000 to launch a new business or innovative product in Prince Edward Island. “The Ignition Fund...
Residential tree clean-up resumes
To help Islanders with fallen trees in their yards, government will once again offer tree clean-up service on private residential properties. Crews will remove trees that are leaning towards residential structures or access to structures. They will also remove trees that have fallen on residential...
Service changes made to Prince County Hospital Critical Care during internal medicine shortage
Health PEI has implemented a plan to maintain necessary critical care services at Prince County Hospital during an ongoing internal medicine physician shortage. “Our health-care system is responding to the greatest staffing challenges we have seen as a province and as a county. While our intention...