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Freeing the Words Support Group

Freeing the Words Support Group offers a confidential place for women, men, and couples who are barren (unable to conceive or successfully produce their children). It is a space where everyone is heard with respect, empathy and dignity. This group is non-denominational and all are welcome. The group meets on the second and fourth Wednesday of e

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PEI Crafts Council Jury

If you wish to sell in PEI Crafts Council’s Centre for Craft Gallery/Shop in Charlottetown you must be a Juried Member of the PEICC. The next Jury will be in late April/early May. If you would like to partake in the next Jury Process, all items, the Jury Application Form and the Jury payment must be dropped off at

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Infrastructure project funding

Communities, organizations and businesses can now apply for funding for public transit, green infrastructure, culture, recreation, and community development. The Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) will provide more than $366 million in federal funding over the

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Income Tax Assistance

Anyone in a low-income bracket whose tax situation is straight forward may ask a trained volunteer to help them complete their income tax return. For information call 902-566-9602.

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Music and Songwriting Workshop

Music PEI will partner with Mi’kmaq Confederacy of PEI to present Quantum Tangle in a music and songwriting workshop for the Mi’kmaq community April 26 and 27 and concert April 26. Quantum Tangle are JUNO and Canadian Folk Music Award winners fusing old-world sounds from

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Al-Anon

What can you do when someone close to you drinks too much? Al-Anon Family groups provide hope and help. Info: freewebs.com/alanonmaritimes, 902-566-1859, 902-892-9974

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Ostomy Peer Support Group

Charlottetown Ostomy Peer Support Group Charlottetown Ostomy Peer Support Group meets last Tuesday of the month, 7 pm, at Murphy’s Community Centre. Info: Christine MacCallum at christinemaccallum@hotmail.com or 902-566-1459. www.ostomycanada.ca  

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PEI Sociable Singles

PEI Sociable Singles is a non-profit, non-denominational, social group with members age 40 and over. The group provides the separated, divorced, widowed, and unmarried with an opportunity to participate in group and social activities such as dances, potlucks, movies, walks, hikes, card games, dining out, barbeques, games nights and many other ac

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Essay contest for students

The Confederation Centre of the Arts has announced The Symons Medal and Lecture Essay Contest, and invites PEI students in grades 11 and 12 to submit an original and creative essay or digital piece responding to the current state of Canadian Confederation. The Symons Medal recognizes a distinguished person who has m

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Be an In-School Mentor

Who can be a mentor? You can! Kids need real people with real experience to help them realize their dreams. Spend an hour a week with a child at his or her school. Whether you are playing games, making crafts or just chatting, you can have fun while providing the guidance and support a child needs to succeed. Imagin

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Holland College safety app

Holland College now has a free downloadable safety app for students, staff and parents. The app integrates the college’s emergency, closure, and security systems, providing users with up-to-the-minute notifications in the event of an emergency or a closure at a Holland College location.

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Chainsaw training courses

PEI Woodlot Owners Association is offering chainsaw training courses to be held at various locations across PEI depending on local interest from watershed groups, forest workers, farmers and the public. This project will offer in-class instruction on the importance of person

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Bus to addiction treatment

Health PEI is partnering with the Coach Atlantic Group on a new bus route that will visit the Provincial Addiction Treatment Facility multiple times per day at no cost to clients. Health PEI provided $20,000 in funding for the initiative. Bus service is available Monday–Fr

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Enrich lives of seniors

Through the PEI Seniors’ Secretariat the province offers grants up to $5,000 per project to organizations or groups interested in enriching the lives of seniors. Eligible groups include non-profit organizations, community-based coalitions, networks, municipal governments,

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Seniors Home Repairs

The PEI government has expanded eligibility criteria so that more Island seniors can benefit from the Seniors Home Repair Program. Grants between $1,000 and $2,000 are available for qualifying seniors to help with the cost of home renovations such as electrical, structural,

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Call2Recycle

Call2Recycle Canada, Inc. has been selected as PEI’s regulated battery stewardship program by the PEI Dept of Communities, Land and Environment. Effective April 1 the 5-year plan formalizes the existing collection and recycling o

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Water Act regulations draft

Islanders are invited to provide their comments on new draft regulations under the Water Act. View the draft regulations and provide input online. Draft regulations on water withdrawal will be tabled later and will address the control o

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Tri-municipal website

The City of Charlottetown, Town of Stratford and Town of Cornwall, recently launched a new tri-municipal website with info about water conservation. The Be Water Friendly website has a variety of info including water saving tips, how to read a water meter, educational opportunities, rebate programs and municipal initi

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Resilient Communities

The City of Charlottetown is participating in a project focused on helping municipalities adapt to the impacts of climate change and extreme weather events and plan for community resiliency, with an added focus on energy reliability. The Municipalities and Utilities Partneri

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Tenant support worker

The PEI government and the Community Legal Information Association of PEI (CLIA) are collaborating to increase support for Island renters by creating a tenant support worker position. CLIA will also be collaborating with IRAC to deliver workshops about PEI’s Rental of Resi

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Community Foundation of PEI applications

Applications are being accepted at the Community Foundation of Prince Edward Island (CFPEI) for more than thirty community granting funds and scholarships. This year, the Foundation will be awarding more than $300,000 to Island students and organizations! Scholarships ranging from $500 to $5,000 dollars and represen

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Nominations open for environmental awards

Islanders who make outstanding contributions to protecting and enhancing the environment deserve to be nominated for an environmental award. The Prince Edward Island Environmental Advisory Council is inviting nominations for the annual Environmental Awards. There are three award categories: individual, organization and school. Nominations are op

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2019 Community Impact Fund

Each year, the Community Foundation of PEI determines its annual granting capacity from endowments and opens up the application process for various scholarships and community grants. This year the Foundation has announced more than $300,000 in scholarships and comm

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Indian River Festival Chorus seeks new members

This summer, the Indian River Festival and Sirens Choral Association Inc. are working in partnership to present the 2019 edition of the Indian River Festival Chorus. The choir will perform at the renowned Indian River Festival on July 7 in collaboration with the Saskatoon Children’s Chorus.

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