Noticeboard

Submit Your Notice

Wild Child Program

The PEI Wildlife Conservation Fund is making it possible for Sierra Club Canada Foundation to offer free nature immersion programming to child care centres, schools, community groups, and after school programs across PEI. Groups that are interested in participating in this f

...Read More

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

...Read More

Be an In-School Mentor

Retired and looking for your next adventure? Your knowledge and experience could empower a child to reach their full potential. Sign up to be an In-School Mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters. 1hr a week is all it takes to ignite a child’s potential. Whether you are playing games, making crafts or just chatting, you

...Read More

Farmers Helping Farmers alumni

Farmers Helping Farmers (FHF) are creating a new alumni group to help celebrate their upcoming 40th anniversary in 2020. FHF want to include all of the Canadians who have travelled to Kenya and Kenyans who have travelled to Canada in each of their 40 years, since 1980. They

...Read More

Community outreach centre

A community outreach centre, located at 211 Euston St, Charlottetown, is now open 7 days a week from 8 am–8 pm. It offers support to people who are homeless in seeking financial assistance, counselling, employment, food and housing. Islanders will also be able to access a washroom, shower, laundry facilities, telephone and computer

...Read More

Grief Support Drop-in Group

Three PEI grief support groups meet monthly: East Prince County on the first Thursday of the month (February 6, March 5) 5:30 pm in Prince County Hospital’s Malpeque Room, 65 Roy Boates Ave Summerside; West Prince Count

...Read More

Wellness grants

This year provincial wellness grants are assisting 23 community groups to promote wellness and help Islanders to live healthy. The Wellness Grant Program provides $50,000 annually to support community-led wellness initiatives in the following priority areas: living tobacco free; being physically active and reducing sedentary time; hea

...Read More

Calling all singers

Charlottetown’s Amabilè Singers are inviting singers of all ages and musical backgrounds to drop in on any of their upcoming rehearsals, in hopes of finding new choir members. Singers are invited to sit in with the choir, or just listen to the rehearsal, share contact info and get a feel for the choir’s ambiance. Choir rehearsals

...Read More

Kings Youth Project

The Kings Youth Project takes place in Rm 115 at Montague Regional High School every second Thursday from 4-6pm. This is a drop in group for youth ages 12-18, geared at creating safe spaces for all youth. 2SLGBTQ+ and ally friendly. Parents welcome in separate group, same time. Info: 902- 8

...Read More

A Course in Miracles

Every Friday evening at 7 pm a group meets for an in depth study and discussion of the text A Course in Miracles at 22 Garfield St. in Charlottetown. For information, call Jimmy at 902-566-1859 or email ching2tu@yahoo.com.

...Read More

Get Centered workshops

Get Centered workshops with Louise Carota cover topics that include learning to meditate and guidance to help clear the mind and find calm. Held weekly at the Haviland Club, 2 Haviland St, Ch’town. Register: louise@louisecarota.com. Info: @artistlouisecarota on FB.

...Read More

Long-term care subsidy

Spouses of long-term care residents will be able to stay in their own homes and communities longer with updates to long-term care regulations that will allow them to retain more of their family income. Effective Feb 1, 2020 changes to the long-term care subsidy assessment process will allow a spouse whose partner is living in long-ter

...Read More

Food asset map

The Charlottetown Food Council is hosting a series of community workshops, pop-ups, and an online survey throughout the month of March to engage with residents and seek feedback on the City's first Food Asset Map. The development of this asset map will help the Food Council and other organizations gain a better understanding of the City's existi

...Read More

Grief and Grieving Support

Grief and Grieving Support Groups meet monthly across PEI: Summerside/East Prince Co meet the 1st Thur of the month from 5:30-6:30 pm at Prince County Hospital, Malpeque Rm, 65 Roy Boates Ave, S’side; West Prince Co meet the last Tues of the month from 5:30–6:30 pm at Community Hospital O’Leary, Boardroom, 4 MacKinnon Dr, O’Le

...Read More

Grief Support drop-In groups

Summerside / East Prince County Grief Support drop-in Group – First Thursday of the Month, Prince Count Hospital - Malpeque Room, 65 Roy Boates Avenue Summerside. Charlottetown / Queens County Grief Support drop-in Group –  Third 

...Read More

Perinatal mental health

The National Committee of the Canadian Perinatal Mental Health Collaborative has launched a petition to call on the Federal Government to develop a National Strategy for Perinatal mental health. The term perinatal mental illness refers to changes in mental health that occur before, during and after childbirth. A National Strategy woul

...Read More

PEI confirms first positive case of COVID-19

Prince Edward Island’s Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Heather Morrison has confirmed the first positive case of COVID-19 in the province, and urges Islanders to follow recommendations to limit the potential number of cases and spread of the virus. The individual who tested positive for COVID-19 is a woman in her fifties living in Queens Count

...Read More

City Closes Its Arenas and Cancels Programming

Following the recent announcement by the Government of Prince Edward Island, the City’s Emergency Measures Organization (EMO) has made the tough decision to close all City-owned sport and recreation facilities and cancel Parks and Recreation programming until further notice. During the recent provincial announcement, Dr. Heather Morrison stron

...Read More

Province announces COVID-19 related closures

Chief Public Health Officer, Dr. Heather Morrison, announces additional provincial measures to protect the health and safety of Islanders as the COVID-19 situation continues.

...Read More

Province announces initial supports for Island’s most vulnerable

Premier King today announced initial investments to support the Island’s most vulnerable. “This is an unprecedented time in our province which calls for an immediate response,” said Premier King. “We recognize that Islanders are being impacted greatly by COVID-19 and the measures in place to mitigate the virus. We have to ensure that the

...Read More

PEI Humane Society closing doors to the public amid COVID-19

Statement: "The PEI Humane Society (PEIHS) has been closely monitoring the evolving COVID-19 health situation and would like to inform the community that we are committed to serving Island animals in need.  Starting Wednesday, March 18, 2020, the PEI Humane Society is closing to the public until further notice. The health and safety of our team

...Read More

GO!PEI Launches an Online Physical Activity Campaign

With many of the Island’s fitness centres temporarily closed over the concerns about spreading the COVID-19 virus, go!PEI is taking the opportunity to engage Islanders from the comfort of their homes through live online programming of physical activity sessions. go!Liveathome will be the first live online physical activity program offered by the

...Read More

CADC Parkades Open to the Public

Beginning on Thursday, March 19, CADC operated parkades in Charlottetown will be open to the public at no cost. CADC will be sending home the fee booth operators at the following parkades: Queen Street, Pownal, and Fitzroy. These parkades will be open to the public with no hourly or daily fees, until further notice. Charlottetown Police Servi

...Read More

Town of Stratford Responds to Covid-19 with Ongoing Measures

The ongoing Covid-19 situation continues to change hour by hour, day by day. Town of Stratford council and staff wish to advise residents of recent changes affecting their ability to interact with Town representatives as well as each other. As residents are likely aware, the

...Read More

No more notices to show

Load More