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ALS Society of PEI AGM

The Annual General Meeting of the ALS Society of PEI will be held at the Cornwall Town Hall, 39 Lowther Drive, on Wednesday, September 1, 2021 from 6:30–8:30 pm. Please pre-register by Friday, August 27th to natling22@gmail.com.  All attending must wear a mask and are expec

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Food Security Program

The Department of Social Development and Housing is offering food support for Island families impacted by the school closures in Charlottetown. If your family is facing challenges securing healthy food, this program can help. The department provides pre-cooked, re-heatable

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Community Housing Fund applications now open

Islanders in need of affordable housing, assisted living or additional housing supports will have increased options through a continued community-led housing initiative. The provincial government is investing another $3 million in the Community Housing Fund, a partnership with the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), to provide a second ro

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Feedback on internet access

The provincial government is asking members of the public, communities, businesses and service providers to share their feedback on proposed actions to improve internet access for people in PEI. The 2021-2025 Broadband Connectivity Discussion Paper outlines gaps in broadband infrastructure across PEI and proposed actions that could be

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Bonshaw Young Players Drama Group

Bonshaw Young Players Drama Group is resuming Saturday, September 18th, 10:30-12, at the Bonshaw Community Centre at the bridge in Bonshaw. Children and youth ages 6-16 are welcome. Numbers will be limited because of Covid restrictions. Pre-register by e-mailing  rlacey688@gmail.com or phong 675-4

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PEI Genealogy Society Meeting

The PEI Genealogical Society invites the general public to attend an open meeting to be held at 2 pm on Saturday, September 18th, 2021 at Park Royal United Church, 11 Christie Drive, Charlottetown.  Capt. Greg Gallant, Curator at the PEI Regiment Museum will speak on PEI's Role in the Second World War.  This coincides with an exhibit at the Regim

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PEI’s most active community

The Town of Three Rivers was named PEI’s most active community in the national ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge, earning the provincial title by tracking over 365,000 minutes of physical activity. The Challenge was a national physical activity initiative that encouraged Canadians to get active and searche

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Murray Harbour and Area Yard sales

Several yard sales will be held in the Murray Harbour area on September 18 from 9 am to 3 pm.  All yard sales are aware of the Province of Prince Edward Island’s COVID-19 guidelines and procedures and must agreed to adhere to and abide by these guidelines and procedures.

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Multiple Myeloma March

On September 19th, 2021 at 1:30 PM Dwight Gardiner and his family will be participating in the 2nd annual Summerside Multiple Myeloma March, taking place in person at the Loyalist Country Inn. Dwight was a passionate farmer who experienced extreme fatigue, shortness of breath and felt difficulty passing through his days. He unde

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Free French as a Second Language Workshop on Workplace Negotiation

The Coopérative d’intégration francophone of Prince Edward Island (CIF) has partnered with the Language Learning Centre of the Collège Communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick (CCNB) to provide free language courses in Prince Edward Island. In a few weeks, a free workshop will be offered to those who wish to improve their French as a second langu

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Take Back the Night

Take Back the Night is a worldwide movement to stand against gender based violence. Take Back the Night in PEI, spearheaded by the PEI Rape and Sexual Assault Centre, is designed to raise awareness about gender-based violence, what it is, and how to stop it. On September 23, the Take Back the Night march will take p

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Bob Bateman Mayor’s Cup Memorial Golf Tournament Postponed

Due to course conditions and the forecasted weather, the Bob Bateman Mayor’s Cup Memorial Golf Tournament, originally scheduled for today, September 10, 2021, has been postponed to Friday, September 24, 2021.  All registered tea

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Atlantic Veterinary College cancels Open House

For the second year, the Atlantic Veterinary College (AVC) at the University of Prince Edward Island has made the decision to cancel AVC Open House.  On the last Saturday of September every year, the AVC opens it

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Deadline extended for Health Promotion Impact Grant applications

There is still time for community groups and organizations to apply for funding to help support wellness initiatives in Prince Edward Island.  The Wellness Grant program provides two different funding opportunities for both small and large wellness initiatives. These grants aim to positively influence community well-being and c

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Equestrian Pilot Project

The province, in cooperation with PEI Trail Riders, is introducing a pilot project to allow equestrian riders on rural portions of the Confederation Trail. The Equestrian Pilot will run for 90 days, August 15 to November 15

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Citizen Recognition Awards

The 2021 Citizen Recognition Awards, the Forbes Kennedy Volunteer of the Year Award, and the 24th annual David Eli MacEachern Bursary were recently given out to mark Natal Day, the City’s 166th birthday. The Citizen Recognition Award recipients were Sister Teresa Currie, Sterling “Stu” McFadyen, and Brooks Roche. The Forbes Kenn

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Micro-Grant recipients

Three new projects that relate to community sustainability and work towards the Water goal of the City’s Integrated Community Sustainability Plan received funding from the City of Charlottetown’s Community Sustainability Micro-Grant Program. They are: Phoenix Foundation for Addiction and Recovery (Community Need

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City breaks ground on new net zero building

A new Net Zero City facility is being constructed on MacAleer Drive in Charlottetown – the first of its kind in the Capital City.   The City of Charlottetown broke ground on the $6.2-million bu

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Pedalling for Parkinson’s

Summerside, PEI will be the host of the inaugural Pedaling for Parkinson’s, Maritimes, taking place September 25 and 26. Ten years ago, the first ever Pedaling for Parkinson took place to raise awareness and funds for Parkinson’s research. On the tenth anniversary of that event, PEI is excited to host its inaugural Pedaling for

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Pedal for Parkinsons

On the 10th anniversary of the first ever Pedalling for Parkinson to raise awareness and funds for Parkinson’s research, PEI will host its inaugural Pedalling for Parkinson’s, Maritimes weekend, and encourages riders from all Maritime provinces to join the fun September 25–26. Pedalling for Parkinson‘s, Mari

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Pottery in the Park

The PEI Potters Studio, located in Victoria Park in Charlottetown, is planning to resume classes this fall as long as Covid-19 restrictions permit. We are still determining the final details, but if all goes well, classes should begin during the week of September 27 and run for a 10 week period. Pe

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PEI Neighbour Week

The PEI Community Navigators exist to support new residents of rural PEI with settlement in the community. With this mandate in mind, the Western, Eastern and Central Community Navigators are presenting a new, province-wide initiative: PEI Neighbour Week from September 20–27, 2021. PEI Neighbour Week will be a week-long celebration of communit

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Fall Hydrant Flushing Program

The City of Charlottetown's Water and Sewer Utility wishes to advise the public that its fall maintenance check and bi-annual Hydrant Flushing Program is expected to begin on September 27, 2021, and take place over a four- to six-week period. During this time, hydrants in the Capital City will be operated at full capacity for about three to five

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Health PEI and Maple extend access to virtual care platform

Health PEI’s Virtual Care Clinic, an online platform offered through Maple, has been extended for another twelve months to support Islanders without a primary care provider to access a doctor virtually. The service was launched in July 2020 to enhance access to care, particularly for people who did not have a family doctor and who could no lon

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