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The health and safety of Islanders is the greatest priority. Drinking water utilities continue to operate and sample drinking water supplies in compliance with regulations to provide safe drinking water to Islanders. Drinking water and wastewater operations are not at risk from COVID-19. The virus...
Government’s priority is protecting the health and safety of Islanders and limiting the spread of COVID-19 by social distancing. A modified sampling schedule is in place for all wastewater owners / operators using PEI Analytical Laboratories. This will limit contact between individuals, both in the...
IMPORTANT NOTICE:, The 2020 Recreational Angling season will begin on Friday May 1st. All Angling regulations as well as those pertaining to COVID-19 are in force. Every year the Forests, Fish and Wildlife Division updates the Angling Summary and the Hunting and Trapping Summary. The most recent...
As of July 1, 2019, shoppers and businesses of Prince Edward Island are encouraged to use reusable bags when shopping. The, Plastic Bag Reduction Act, came into effect July 1, 2019., The intent of the law is to reduce waste and environmental damage resulting from single-use checkout bags and to...
A fire closure order, issued under the Fire Prevention Act, prohibits open fires in Prince Edward Island., Frequently Asked Questions, Why is there a ban (fire closure order) in place?, The ban on outdoor burning is in place to keep volunteer and government fire fighters safe. Almost all of wild...
Due to the ongoing COVID 19 issue, all Firearms Safety courses are suspended until further notice. We regret any inconvenience and appreciate your patience and understanding. , What do I need to hunt on PEI?, In order to hunt legally on PEI, you must have a valid hunting license and the Wildlife...