Easter Seals School Tour

Lucie Gallant, the 2024 Easter Seals PEI Ambassador will be making her way across the Island as the Ambassador’s School Tour starts its visits to schools beginning April 24. A…

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Nationhood Gathering

The identity of the Mi’kmaq as a Nation is grounded in family roots and connections that have prevailed through time. It is through these roots and connections that the Lennox…

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Rhodes Scholar

University of Prince Edward Island undergraduate student Luke McCarvill is one of 11 young Canadians to be awarded the prestigious Rhodes Scholarships for Canada this year.   McCarvill is completing…

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First ED at Glenaladale

Glenaladale Heritage Trust has appointed Jason MacGregor as its first Executive Director—a milestone for the Trust since acquiring the 530-acre property in 2018. Born and raised around Souris, PEI, Jason…

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PEISO Endowment Fund

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The PEI Symphony Orchestra (PEISO) and String Music Atlantic (SMA) have established PEISO’s first endowment fund. With an initial donation of $25,000 by SMA, the new PEI Symphony Orchestra Endowment…

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Black Culture Bursary

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The Black Cultural Society of PEI (BCSPEI) has launched the third annual Courtside Black Culture Bursary for post-secondary students. The Bursary awards $1000 each to three Black students on PEI…

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2023 Symons Medal

One of Canada’s most esteemed academics will give his take on the state of Canadian Confederation on November 8 as the recipient of the 2023 Symons Medal. Earlier this year,…

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Handle basket weaving

An Indigenous PEI Experience: Handle Basket Weaving workshop with Mi’kmaw artisan Francis Jadis will be held October 5 from 5–9 pm at the Indigenous PEI storefront. Uncover the timeless art…

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Rhapsody with Science

Harry Thurston is an award-winning poet, naturalist and globe-travelling journalist whose environmental and nature writing has appeared widely in North American magazines, including Audubon, Equinox, Canadian Geographic, and National Geographic.…

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Time and History

The Wendell Feener clock collection, Clocks and the Island: 1770-1960, is one of two new exhibitions on view at the Bedeque Area Historical Museum.  The comprehensive display of 165 clocks…

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