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Council of Canadians

The PEI Chapter of the Council of Canadians meets on the third Wednesday of the month at the Voluntary Resource Council, 81 Prince St, Charlottetown. Issues of focus include Water with the Blue Communities campaign; Healthcare; Climate and Democracy. Support is always welcome.

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PEI Chapter of the Council of Canadians meeting

The PEI Chapter of the Council of Canadians meets on the third Wednesday of the month at the Voluntary Resource Council, 81 Prince Street, Charlottetown. Issues of focus include water with the Blue Communities campaign, healthcare, climate and democracy. Support is always welcome. For more information call 902 368-7337 or follow on FB or visi

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Summerside Western Capitals mascot

The Summerside Western Capitals are looking for design entries for a brand new mascot. Entries can be hand drawn or digital and the contest is open to all ages. Email your name, design, and a name for the mascot to capsarmy33@gmail.com by October 18. The $1500 Grand Prize includes four Caps season passes, four tickets to Feast Dinner Theatre at B

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Passport to Nature

Explore PEI’s protected places with a Passport to Nature. Brought to you by Island Nature Trust, this passport is meant to help Islanders and visitors experience and learn more about PEI’s protected places. Island Nature Trust owns over 4,000 acres of land in 47 natural areas across PEI. These natural areas that y

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Small Business Week

BDC Small Business Week is a weeklong national initiative taking place October 20-26. It celebrates small business through programs and events hosted by local organizations. The week of activities provides the local business community the opportunity to network and further develop their professional skills and expand

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Masterclass with trumpeter Paul Merkelo

The UPEI Department of Music, in partnership with Yamaha Canada Music and the PEI Symphony Orchestra, will host a brass masterclass with Montreal Symphony Orchestra principal trumpeter Paul Merkelo. Merkelo’s masterclass will give students of all brass instruments an opportunity to learn from a master performer and teacher. The class will be h

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Women’s retreat

The 35th annual Women's Retreat will be held November 1–3 at Mill River Resort. This year's theme is "He Leadeth Me" with Scripture reference Psalm 23:2-3. The keynote speaker is Rev. Kimberley Murray. The Chaplain is Rev. Reanne Krauss and the Praise and Worship team includes Elaine MacLennan, Beverly Beck, and Wendy Worth. A welcomed feature of

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Water withdrawl regulation meetings

The public is invited to provide input on new draft regulations under the Water Act at a series of public meetings in October. These regulations will control water extraction and outline how much water can be drawn from wells, watercourses and wetlands. Islanders can drop in to any of the following meetings between 6-8 pm: October 22 a

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Milton Hall this fall

Fall programs at Milton Community Hall include: Choral Singing on Tuesday afternoons at 2 pm. Director is Jill Garson. For information, contact miltoncommunityhall@gmail.com or 902-566-3154. Chair yoga

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Halloween parties and Great Pumpkin Walk

The City of Charlottetown is hosting some exciting events for local ghosts, goblins, princesses, and super heroes. Children in kindergarten to Grade 5 are invited to attend a Halloween party October 25 at the Hillsborough Park Community Centre (199 Patterson Drive) from 6-7 pm. A second Halloween Party will be held October 26 at the West Royalty

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UPEI Active Living Lab

Researchers from UPEI’s Active Living Lab are seeking people with cancer, or who have previously had cancer, to participate in exercise programs in Montague and Charlottetown. In Charlottetown, the exercise program is open to participants who have been previously diagnosed with any type of cancer. In Montague, the p

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Firefighters needed

The City of Charlottetown’s Fire Dept is launching its volunteer firefighter recruitment campaign with application packages will be available to October 25 at the Charlottetown Fire Department Station 1 at 89 Kent St anytime, and at Station 2 at 152 St. Peters Road between 10 am–2 pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

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Apple sale

Stratford and Area Lions host their annual apple pie and bagged apples sale every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday to October 26. Purchase 9" deep dish apple pies and 5 or 10 pound bags of apples. Funds raised to support various community needs. Located at the corner of Mason Road and TCH in Stratford. Open 9 am–5:30 pm. Info: 902-569-3389

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Vegetarian Cooking Class

Learn to make three easy vegetarian dishes with Chef Joyce Chuang October 26 from 1–3 pm at Linkletter Community Centre. To cover the venue and material costs, the fee is $35. Space is very limited. Register by email at gebis.happycourse2@gmail.com.

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Island Dog Show

The Island Dog Show is presented annually by the Island Dog Club in the Trade Centre at Charlottetown’s Eastlink Centre.  Info: 902-629-6625

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NDP women discuss bursary

NDP PEI Women’s Committee meeting will be on October 27 at 2 pm at the VRC, 81 Prince Street in Charlottetown. Issues to be discussed include the granting on a Hilda Ramsay Bursary to a deserving female identified activist at either UPEI or Holland College. Info: 902-892-1930

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Bike Rack Sharing Program

The City of Charlottetown is offering a cost sharing incentive to provide local businesses an opportunity to install a bike rack at their establishment. The City’s Sustainability Department heard from the public through the “Let’s Talk Cycling pop-ups” that there is a need for more bike parking in Charlottetown. The four bike rack cost $

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Grief Support Drop-in Group

Grief Support Drop In sessions take place the last Tuesday of the month at Community Hospital O’Leary, 14 MacKinnon Drive, in the Boardroom at 7 pm. Charlottetown Drop In takes place third Thursday of the month at Palliative Care Centre, 93 Murchison Lane, at 7 pm.

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Report ticks

Health PEI asks members of the public to submit samples of biting ticks for a study tracking the human risk of tick-borne illness on PEI. Islanders can bring ticks to any Health PEI laboratory for analysis if they were directly attached to a human. Laboratory locations and hours are listed

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Give blood

Spring, summer, fall, winter—no matter the season, the need for blood, stem cells, plasma and organ and tissue donors is constant. Making an appointment to donate has never been easier. Download the GiveBlood app, call 1 888 2 DONATE (1-888-236-6283) or book now at

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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

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Fall/Winter Program Brochure

City of Charlottetown Parks and Recreation Department has released its Fall and Winter Program Brochure. It is available online or limited printed quantities are available at: City Hall, Parks and Recreation Deptt, 199 Queen St, West Royalty Com

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Community School

Charlottetown Rural Community School is asking those who want to share their knowledge with others to come out and join them. Classes run January to March. For information contact Jerry at 902-218-8697.

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Shambhala mindfulness meditation retreat

This Level I Shambhala Training retreat is the first in a series of programs called the Way of Shambhala. This path of practice and study aims to help participants realize the basic goodness of being human and to radiate that goodness to others. The retreat will use meditation as a means to develop fearlessness, confidence, openness, and gentleness

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