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UPEI seeking participants

Students in UPEI’s Kinesiology 3430 class are seeking participants to take part in a four-week exercise training program. Students will create personalized exercise training programs for each participant based on their fitness, skill level and personal interests. Participants must be between 30–70 years of age. The program is bein

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PEI Wellbeing Project

The University of East London is conducting research to measure the wellbeing of Islanders. The province-wide account of wellbeing will explore factors that contribute to happiness of PEI residents. The PEI Wellbeing Project is asking anyone over the age of 18 who lives on PEI to help by completing a short 10-minute anonymous online s

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Forte Men’s Choir

Forte Men’s Choir, under the direction of Dr. Margot Rejskind, will be resuming in-person, socially distanced rehearsals on Saturday mornings from 10–11:30 am starting October 3. All tenors and basses are invited to join. Rehearsals are held at St. James Presybetrian Church in Charlottetown. Due to restrictions,

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Wild Child PEI Forest Camp

BCSPEI is excited to continue its colloboration with the Sierra Club of Canada's Wild Child PEI Forest Camp to present the BCSPEI Explore Girls' Group, now called Camp Furaha for female-identifying youth of colour to be and grow together. Inspired by the BCSPEI Women’s Luncheon, held during Black History Month, where it was evident

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The future of youth in PEI

Community Foundation of Prince Edward Island hosting Virtual Vital Conversations “Exploring the Future of Youth In PEI” As a follow up to the RBC Future Launch Community Challenge that saw three Island organizations receive $41,000 in grants, the Community Foundation of PEI (CFPEI) is hosting two Virtual Vital Conversation to explore the future

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Water consumption

The Charlottetown Water and Sewer Utility has seen a significant decrease in annual water consumption over the past seven years since the Universal Metering program was introduced in 2013. The year prior, in 2012, Council implemented Summer Water Usage Restrictions, which included guidelines for specific outdoor water use and timing s

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ADHD Awareness month

October is ADHD Awareness month. Every year, organizations serving those with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)/Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) host events and activities in their communities. ADHD PEI will be participating this year with the Oct 1 launch of their website, adhdpei.com, where visitors can find informatio

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Parks & Rec programs

The City of Charlottetown Parks and Recreation Dept. has released its 2020/21 Fall and Winter Program Brochure. It is available online at charlottetown.ca with limited printed copies available at select locations including City Hall. Activities include something for everyone, from pre-school children to seniors, including badminton, b

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Canada’s Food Island supports local

Canada’s Food Island, adapting to support PEI’s food industry and tourism operators, has launched a gift card program to encourage Islanders and visitors to buy and spend locally. Accommodation partners have created packages including free gift cards. Canada’s Food Island gift cards will be sold to consumers a

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NCPEI survey results

The Native Council of PEI (NCPEI) recently conducted a survey as a result of discussions surrounding the Sir John A. MacDonald statue in Charlottetown. Both Indigenous and non-Indigenous respondents were eligible to complete the survey, which was shared on the Native Council of PEI’s Facebook page and website. The survey received a

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Confederation Centre Youth Chorus

The Confederation Centre Youth Chorus is now accepting registrations. The Chorus is going virtual this year both for rehearsals and public presentations. The Chorus is open to young people 8–18 years of age. Online rehearsals are held weekly every Tuesday and Thursday from 6–7 pm. For more information or to regi

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Welcoming newcomers public information session

The Women’s Institute of Prince Edward Island in partnership with the PEI Association of Newcomers to Canada will be hosting an online information session on Cultural Diversity and Inclusion with guest speaker Lisa Dollar and Executive director Craig Mackie on welcoming and including newcomers in communities. The interactive workshop will be h

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Homebrew challenge

The 3rd annual Maritime Homebrew Challenge presented by Gahan House is giving homebrewers who love creating unique and innovative beers the opportunity to create their favourite homebrew, submit it to their local Gahan House restaurant, be judged based on two style categories, and be entered to win up to $3000 in prizes.

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Emergency Community Support Fund

United Way Prince Edward Island and the Community Foundation of PEI (CFPEI) will be providing funding to support PEI charities responding to COVID-19 as part of an ongoing partnership with Community Foundations of Canada, United Way Centraide Canada

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Nature PEI resumes fall schedule

Nature PEI is pleased to announce that they are reconvening their monthly meetings at the Carriage House beginning on Oct. 6th and offering a fall workshop and field trip. It's all about mushrooms. Dr. Justo, Curator of Botany and Mycology at New Brunswick Museum will lead the afternoon workshop and evening presentation.

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Youth mentors needed

Big Brothers Big Sisters of PEI is looking for Big Brothers, Big Sisters and Big Couples. Volunteer to be a youth mentor and be the spark that ignites potential. Help build a child’s self-esteem and provide guidance while having a lot of fun. Info/apply: 569-KIDS (5437), info@bbbspei.ca, bbbspei.ca

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Firefighter recruitment

The City of Charlottetown’s Fire Dept launched its volunteer firefighter recruitment in Sep. Application packages will be available until Oct 30 at the Charlottetown Fire Dept Station 1 at 89 Kent St (24/7) during the recruitment campaign and at Station 2 at 152 St. Peters Rd between 10 am–2 pm on weekends. All volunteer firefight

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Eastern Kings Wind Farm

Minister of Environment, Water and Climate Change Natalie Jameson approved the PEI Energy Corporation’s 30-megawatt Eastern Kings Wind Farm project under the Environmental Protection Act, subject to 17 conditions that include ongoing monitoring of the impact to the environment. A full copy of the Minister’s Environmental Impact As

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2020 Hilda Ramsay Student Award

In the employment turmoil of 2020, both students and parents worry about financing the upcoming term in post secondary education. One option is to take advantage of awards and bursaries such as the NDP PEI Women's Committee's recently created Hilda Ramsay award valued at $500. The award is granted annually to a female

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2020 Hilda Ramsay Student Award

The NDP PEI Women's Committee's recently created the Hilda Ramsay award valued at $500. The award is granted annually to a female-identified student who is pursuing study at UPEI, Collège de l'Île, or Holland College. In 1951 Hilda Ramsay, of Indian River, PEI, became the first woman to run for a seat

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COVID-19 alert app

Islanders are encouraged to download the COVID Alert app, which is designed to let Canadians know that they may have been exposed to COVID-19, as the province goes live with notifications.

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Exercise for health program

Islanders with cancer, diabetes, COPD, or heart disease (including high blood pressure), are invited to participate in a free, online, 6 week exercise program. Lead by Clinical Exercise Physiologist, Katie Beck, the weekly online program will teach you how exercise can improve your health status while living with a chronic disease. The program is d

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Fridays for Future Climate Rally

The PEI Fridays for Future Climate Action Group holds a rally every Friday, 3:30 to 4:30 pm,  in front of Province House (on Grafton St.) to call on political leaders to take drastic meaningful action to address the climate emergency and do their part to transform the economy from dependence

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Festive Wreath Exhibition

A reminder to start thinking about the annual FestiveWreath Exhibition. Open to all children, adults, groups, businesses.

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