Drive carefully and support Island students as they return to school
Minister Hal Perry and Minister Paula Biggar are given a tour of the Islandís new school buses by school bus driver Kevin Stetson.
Islanders are asked to drive safely and consider the needs of families as students return to school this week.
New resource available to Island seniors to plan for aging in place
Minister Currie chats with residents at Haviland Court in Charlottetown about a new resource that can help Islanders plan for living arrangements as they grow older.
The new guide, Thinking About Your Future? Plan now to Age in Place, was prepared by the Forum of Federal, Provincial and Territorial Ministers Responsible for Seniors.
Expanded Inspection Services in Prince County
Minister of Communities, Land and Environment Robert Mitchell visits with Safety Standards Officer Lou Ann Wolfe in Summerside to learn about the new inspection services being offered in Prince County.
Contractors and the general public can now access more inspection services at the Summerside Access PEI location.
Tutoring program wraps up another successful summer season
L-R: Summer Tutor Jenna MacDonald, Grade 1 student Jonah Garvey, Education, Early Learning and Culture Minister Hal Perry and Summer Tutoring Program for Kids Coordinator Gina Hyson
A total of 720 students honed their literacy skills this past summer through the Summer Tutoring Program for Kids.
Minister congratulates palliative care award winner
Minister Doug Currie, presents Winnifred MacArthur, the first Prince Edward Island award of excellence in palliative care delivery.
Winnifred MacArthur, recipient of the first Prince Edward Island award of excellence in palliative care delivery, made a tremendous contribution to the field.