August 15 is National Acadian Day, a day to celebrate the vibrant Acadian culture. Events are being held across the Island, including performances at the PEI 2014 Celebration Zone by musical groups Vishtèn and 1755.
A new exhibition, “Digging into the Past: An Archaeological Discovery in Malpeque Bay,” provides a unique glimpse into Acadian history on Prince Edward Island, says Minister responsible for Acadian and Francophone Affairs and Archaeology, Premier Robert Ghiz.
Premier Robert Ghiz will host Canada's Francophonie Ministers for a two day conference in Brudenell June 26-27.
As of December 14, 2013, the French Language Services Act, the first major legislative overhaul of French language services in over a decade, has been fully proclaimed
The 811 telehealth service is now available. The service is free, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, in English and French, as well as 120 other languages.