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Both printable and fillable versions of the following Labour Relations Board forms are now available. Application for Accreditation (Form 14) (97.9 kb) Application for Amendment of Certification Order (Form 6) (11.6 kb) Application for Certification (Form 1) (135 kb) Application for...
The PEI Art Bank Collection is seeking members for the peer assessment jury for the 2018 art acquisition. If you are a member of the Island arts community and interested in serving on the acquisition jury, or want to nominate a community member, please complete the online form below by, March 5,...
To request images from Tourism PEI, fill out the Image Request Form .
The Office of the Workers Advisor is independent of the Worker's Compensation Board (WCB) and offers: a free service available to all injured workers (or their families) a source of information and guidance on your options if you are not satisfied with the decisions relating to your claim...
The provincial heritage fair is an annual exhibition for students in Grades 5 to 9 to present their heritage projects. Students learn about a Canadian heritage topic that interests them and then present their work through displays, creative writing or performance. All participating students present...
In 2020, the Government completed a count of the regulatory obligations across each department. The overall count of regulatory requirements, imposed upon citizens, business and government is estimated at 30,023. Approximately 11.5 per cent apply to businesses, including corporate registration,...
Scam Targeting Travelers, Tourism PEI has become aware of companies using tourism operators names and information to offer fraudulent bookings. Tourism operators are advised to watch for any "Phishing" activity and to report these incidents., What is Phishing? , Phishing is a method of...
Your tourism website may be eligible for provincial financial assistance to offset some of the costs of translating the website. The Tourism Website French Translation Support Program increases the web presence of tourism services available in French in PEI. The Fund is used to translate existing...
All signs within view of an Island Highway are controlled by the, Highway Signage Act, . Tourism business signs provide the travelling public with directional signage in a concise, visible manner. Only businesses defined as “tourism business” in the Regulations may apply. Examples of tourism...
The purpose of the Island Welcome Centre Program is to assist non-profit/community operated visitor information centres with the delivery of quality customer service. Tourism PEI staff provide support, direction and training, to ensure the minimum standards identified in the program are being met...