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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

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Online Podcast training program

Attention Artists, Arts Workers and Arts Organizations in Atlantic Canada. Are you interested in learning about podcasting? HEAR TELL is a six-week online podcast training program tailored to meet the needs of those working in the arts in Atlantic Canada. Registration for this program is now open here:

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Child care spaces are available

Parents in need of child care are encouraged to reach out to their child care center to inquire about available spaces. Currently, there are 121 centers and 2,223 spaces open, with 440 vacancies. More spaces are expected to be available when Phase 4 of the Renew P

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City Pools and Splash Pad Open for the Season

The City of Charlottetown’s Parks and Recreation Department would like to inform residents that the recreational community pools will open for the season this weekend. The Victoria Park Pool and Splash Pad will open on Saturday, June 27 and will operate seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 7:45 p.m. Admission to the Victoria Park Pool is free.

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Artist Cooperative Initiative

Looking for artists interesting in starting an Artist Cooperative for Island Visual and Craft Artists. If you are interested in being a part of the Core Organizing Group, please e-mail verestudioxyz@gmail.com

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Charlottetown Film Festival call for submissions

Film submissions for the Charlottetown Film Festival will be accepted to July 12. Devoted to celebrating and showcasing the works of emerging Atlantic filmmakers—with a special focus on Island screen artists—the Charlottetown Film Festival has accomplished much since its inception in 2015 under the umbrella of The Charlottetown Fi

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Enabling Accessibility Fund

The Honourable Wayne Easter, Member of Parliament for Malpeque, on behalf of the Honourable Carla Qualtrough, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion, announced the launch of a call for proposals under the n

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The Guild summer camps

The Guild Music Theatre School will be holding summer camps starting July 13th. Please consult www.theguildpei.com for full camp schedule.

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Fighting climate change

To celebrate World Environment Day on June 5,  Minister Natalie Jameson thanked Islanders for their continued efforts to reduce the Island’s greenhouse gas emissions and fight climate change. There was a reduction of about 25,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions in PEI

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Connecting Islanders with jobs

Islanders looking for a job can now more easily find work in the seafood industry through a labour program restructured by the Province in partnership with the PEI Seafood Processors Association. Islanders and students who are interested in working in a seafood processing plant can register with WorkPEI  www.workpei.ca/opsi and be connec

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PEIBWA Micro Grant Program

In partnership with PEI Credit Unions, The PEIBWA announces the call for applications for the 2020 Micro Grant program.The program is a member-only funding opportunity designed to help new, growing, and established women entrepreneurs through a non-repayable grant and business skills support. Each year a m

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Artist trading cards

The 14th annual Artist Trading Cards event will be held August 20 at Confederation Centre of the Arts in Charlottetown. Artist trading cards (ATCs) are miniature works of art. They can be created with any material imaginable (paper, wool, wood, clay, etc). Artists of all ages and disciplines, prof

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Access PEI services

The Access PEI office in Montague is piloting contactless services to clients. As announced by Transportation, Infrastructure and Energy Minister Steven Myers, the Access PEI site in Montague is offering select services to the public by email and phone only, including driver’s license renewals, vehicle registration renewals, and add

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PEISO online learning series

The PEI Symphony Orchestra (PEISO) has launched a free online educational resource. The Music and Culture: Home Learning Series, created in partnership with music educator and symphony percussionist Ryan Drew, is available free on the PEISO website. The program provides students in grades 4–6 with weekly activity

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WI Mask Project expanding

Thanks to donations and the continued effort of volunteers, PEI Women’s Institute is excited to announce the WI Mask Project will be expanding. The handcrafted masks will be available in packages of 10, 25, 50 or 100 and are ideal for families to businesses. Each package will be a unique array of beautifully crafted fabric masks.  They are va

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Backyard burning permits

Island property owners can now apply for domestic burning permits online rather than driving to the nearest Forests, Fish and Wildlife office. Burning permits are required for all outdoor burning in PEI during fire season (March 15 to November 30). A Burning Permit allows property owners to burn grasses, leaves, branches and other woo

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Perimenopause, menopause 

The Interministerial Women’s Secretariat says there is a new booklet available with valuable information to help them learn about and better manage perimenopause and menopause. The community can access a broad range of resources and material in the booklet which includes topics such as common symptoms, treatment options, diet and ex

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PEI BioAlliance funding

Future Skills Centre announced the investment of $1.5 million to support the establishment of the Canadian Alliance for Skills and Training in Life Sciences (CASTL), a unique partnership among Atlantic industry, academic, and government partners to address the significant future skills needs of the bioscience sector in Canada. CASTL i

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Financial fraud

Islanders are reminded to be extra cautious of potential financial scams especially during the global COVID-19 pandemic. Fraudulent financial activity increases during challenging times and is often designed to take advantage of individuals, particularly the vulnerable. Dishonest individuals and organizations will use various sophisti

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Proper waste disposal

Charlottetown residents are reminded of the importance of proper waste disposal. During this public health emergency, people may be using a higher volume of disinfectant and other sanitary wipes. It is vital that these wipes be disposed of properly. Wipes of any form are not flushable and, when flushed, can cause problems throughout t

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Active transportation

Charlottetown Mayor Philip Brown and Transportation, Infrastructure and Energy Minister Steven Myers reaffirmed their commitment to work together, alongside the federal government and community groups to create and sustain active transportation pathways in Charlottetown. The overall plan for the active transportation pathway for the b

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Contactless driver testing

The Highway Safety Division is using technology to provide safe, contactless driver testing. They will be piloting the use of 360 dashboard cameras and Bluetooth or radio communication devices to allow for contactless driver testing for Class 5 passenger vehicles. This same technology is currently used for motorcycle road tests, and w

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IWK Foundation donations

The IWK Foundation is reaching out to the Maritime community for support since the annual IWK Telethon for Children broadcast was cancelled this year. Donors can make a donation online at iwkfoundation.org or call 1-800-595-2266.

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Programs for Indigenous youth

The Atlantic Veterinary College, UPEI, has been awarded $29,400 by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada for a project entitled “Youth Engagement in Veterinary Medicine: A Model to Enhance Indigenous Youth Connection to STEM.” The project seeks to develop interest in veterinary medicine

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