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Charlottetown and Stratford SWITCH Programs

On Monday, July 12, Charlottetown City Council voted to launch a new residential energy efficiency and renewable programming, ‘Switch Charlottetown’, aimed at addressing the climate change emergency. The Switch programs, which will also be adopted later this month by the Towns of Stratford PE and Wolfville NS as ‘Switch Stratfor

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Reconciliation recognition

The inaugural Reconciliation Recognition Awards were presented to four Island recipients at a small ceremony which took place in the Assembly Chamber of the new Epekwitk Assembly Building in late May during Aboriginal Awareness Week. The Award is a new initiative by the Epekwitk Assembly of Councils to show their appreciation for the

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Parks Canada on PEI

Parks Canada welcomes Islanders back to their favourite Parks Canada administered places on PEI. Being outdoors in nature brings a number of health and wellness benefits and during these times it has been important to have access to places where people can be together, get fresh air and be active while also following the guidance of p

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2023 Canada Games

The Cities of Charlottetown and Summerside have signed on as municipal partners for the 2023 Canada Winter Games. The partnership includes financial contributions of $1.8 million from the City of Charlottetown and $745,000 from the City of Summerside in support of hosting the 2023 Canada Games. Both municipalities will play host to se

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Charlottetown Sewer and Water Utility Implements Online Account Portal

The Charlottetown Sewer and Water Utility has implemented an online account portal which will allow customers to receive water and sewer bills electronically. Additionally, customers will be able to view consumption history, past bills and statements, make payments using Visa and Mastercard, and receive reminders of upcoming payment requirements.

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Black Culture Bursary

Courtside Sneakers in Charlottetown has started the Courtside Black Culture Bursary, an annual award that will present $1000 each to three Black PEI students to assist with the cost of post secondary education. The awards are based on volunteer, extracurricular and community service experience, as well as financial need. Details at bc

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Order of Prince Edward Island Recipients

The 2021 recipients of the Order of Prince Edward Island were announced today by the Chancellor of the Order, Her Honour the Honourable Antoinette Perry, Lieutenant Governor of Prince Edward Island and Mr. Gerard Greenan, Chair of the Order of Prince Edward Island Advisory Council.

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PEI Lobster Love returns

As Prince Edward Island continues to welcome more and more people to our shores, a signature PEI Lobster dish is once again ready to 'roll out' the welcome matt with the return of PEI Lobster Love. From July 5th to 31st, participating Island restaurants are serving up their best takes on the

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July declared Automotive Heritage Month

July has been declared as Automotive Heritage Month in Prince Edward Island by Transportation and Infrastructure Minister, James Aylward and members of the National Association of Automobile Clubs of Canada (NAACC).  

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Dr. Heather Morrison Receives Key to the City

Mayor Philip Brown officially presented Charlottetown’s highest honour – the Key to the City – to Prince Edward Island’s Chief Public Health Officer, Dr. Heather Morrison, and the Province’s Chief of Nursing and Professional Practice Officer, Marion Dowling, along with healthcare professionals across Prince Ed

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Charlottetown Community Contest Announced

City of Charlottetown residents are invited to show how they celebrate summer in Charlottetown by sharing photos on social media to win exciting prizes.   Starting Monday, July 12, 2021 residents can enter by posting a photo on Instag

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Government launches restorative justice program

A new restorative justice program will help people through the healing process after they have been impacted by a crime in Prince Edward Island. Restorative justice is an approach to justice that focuses on addressing the harms caused by crime while holding the offender accountable for their actions. It gives

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Canadian Blood Services seeking donors

Canadian Blood Services is calling for an additional 23,000 blood donors across Canada by July 31 to replenish the blood inventory following a sustained rise in demand as COVID-19 restrictions ease. Most provinces have begun (or will begin) to phase in their reopening plans, which has increased demand for blood products above pre-COVID-19 levels

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Kensington Art Gallery Opening

The Kensington Art Co-operative Gallery is pleased to reopen for the 2021 season. Don’t miss this year’s eclectic blend of local artworks, displayed in a historic freight shed, often with an artist at work on site. Open daily from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., the gallery is located at 

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Music PEI  develops Indigenous-Focused Workshop Series

Music PEI plans to host a workshop series aimed at strengthening engagement with the local Indigenous music community. The series consists of multiple workshops, and will be presented at both Lennox Island and Abegweit First Nations communities during Winter 2021/2022. A surv

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 Instructor earns language teaching award 

Educational Joint Venture instructor Marvin Guojun Han, who teaches English at Anyang Normal University, recently won the 12th National Foreign Language Teaching Contest in China.  Educational Joint Ventures are agreements that Holland College has with colleges and technical institutes in China to deliver a combination of

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Working at Heights Campaign

Beginning June 28, WCB launched a widespread education and enforcement campaign surrounding working from heights, which includes a package of new safety resources, posters, media and mini training videos to assist employers and workers in understanding their legal obligations. The goal of the initiative is to protect workers by ensuring complian

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94 Calls to Action

The Tracadie Good Neighbourly Club is planning sessions on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's 94 Calls to Action. The TRC was created to formally uncover the past, no matter how uncomfortable, and to produce a plan to lead us toward reconciliation, mutual understanding, and respect

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Regional Chief position for Prince Edward Island

The PEI First Nation Chiefs were successful in securing a Regional Chief position for Prince Edward Island on the Executive Committee of the Assembly of First Nations. The resolution was brought back to the floor of the Annual General Meeting of the Assembly of First Nations held virtually this week. Chief Darlene Bernard and Chief Junior Gould

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Gold Cup Parade celebrates PEI spirit

The Gold Cup Parade Committee is pleased to announce the Gold Cup Parade Neighbourhood Tour, taking place Friday, August 20 in Charlottetown. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and Chief Public Health Office restrictions on gatherings the Gold Cup Parade in its traditional format is not able to take place; howeve

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Call for Nominations and Award Design

The City of Charlottetown has opened the call for nominations and call for award design for the 2021 Arts and Culture Awards, which will be held on Monday, October 25 at the Trailside Music Hall.  The Arts and Culture Awards, created by the Charlot

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Summer food security program

The summer food security program is open for registration for families in need of support. Precooked meals that can be reheated are available for any Island family facing challenges in securing healthy food for their children. Registration is required

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Gift Basket Raffle

$100s of prizes and gift certificates available from Victoria businesses, artists, and craftspeople. Help support the Victoria Historical Association preserve and promote the history of Victoria and its people.  Tickets available at the Glass Studio and other local merchants. Find them on facebook. Draw date Sept. 6, 2021.

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Gift basket raffle

$100s of prizes and gift certificates available from Victoria businesses, artists, and craftspeople. Help support the Victoria Historical Association preserve and promote the history of Victoria and its people.  Tickets available at the Glass Studio and other local merchants. Find them on facebook. Draw date Sept. 6, 2021.

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