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Islanders will begin to receive PEIís new health card in the mail this week
Health and Wellness Minister Robert Henderson unveils the artwork for the PEI's newly designed bilingual health card with Island photographer Stephen DesRoches who took the picture on the card depicting the stunning Darnley shoreline.

Beginning this week, Islanders with expired health cards will receive PEIís new bilingual health card in the mail.

India mission showing promise of new partnerships
Premier Wade MacLauchlan greets Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi, India Wednesday (February 3) with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne.

Premier Wade MacLauchlan and Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne met today with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a week-long trade mission to India. The mission is focused on building economic and education relationships with the worldís second-most-populous country.

Youth to enhance skills through Connection 2 Employment
(L to R): Barb Goss, Career Development Services Inc.; Minister Richard Brown, Workforce and Advanced Learning; Barb Broome, East Prince Youth Development Centre; and Roxanne Carter-Thompson, The Adventure Group

Unemployed youth will have the opportunity to enhance their life and employability skills to assist them to successfully transition into the workforce or return to school.

10,000 Islanders now registered with the new PEI Generic Drug Program
Cathy McHugh, pharmacist at the Medicine Shoppe in O'Leary and Health and Wellness Minister Robert Henderson with Alicia Gallant from Alaska, PE as she signs up for the Generic Drug Program.

More than 10,000 Islanders have registered for the PEI Generic Drug Program since it was introduced in October 2015.

Crime Stoppers plays key role in keeping Islanders safe
Premier and Minister of Justice and Public Safety Wade MacLauchlan wraps up Januaryís Crime Stoppers Month by signing a proclamation with Norbert Stewart (L), Phil Pitts and Don Reid of PEI Crime Stoppers, and Chief Superintendent Joanne Crampton.

Anonymous tips made through PEI Crime Stoppers continue to help police solve and prevent crime in Prince Edward Island.

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