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You can apply for a Tourism establishment licence.
If you are registering your tourist establishment with the same services package as the previous year, click the link at the bottom to renew your service and licence for the upcoming season., What do I need to complete the online form?, To complete this form, you will need to provide the following...
An on-premise sign can only describe the business operating at that civic address.
A brief introduction to Foreign Qualification Recognition in Prince Edward Island.
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.
The report of the Signage Review Committee is available for reading online. Charlottetown Shaw Building
Regional tourism associations may be eligible to receive provincial financial assistance to develop new PEI tourism products.
Newly developed tourism product may be available for provincial financial assistance to offset some start-up costs.
The, Tourism Industry Ac, t requires by law that occupancy information (room nights sold and room nights available) for all fixed roof accommodation and campgrounds on Prince Edward Island must be submitted to the Compliance Division of the Ministry of Tourism as a condition of licensing....
In November 2015 Prince Edward Island joined the Office of Regulatory Affairs and Service Effectiveness and entered into a joint burden reduction partnership with Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. The Government of PEI is very supportive of efforts to reduce burden allowing small and medium businesses...