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Capital Budget builds on investments in projects Island-wide
Capital Budget
The 2015-2016 Capital Budget was delivered by Hon. Wes Sheridan, Minister of Finance, Energy and Municipal Affairs and Chair of Treasury Board on November 19, 2014.

Health care facilities, schools, roads and bridges, and the provinceís information technology systems will benefit from $74.5 million in the 2015-16 Capital Budget, Finance, Energy and Municipal Affairs Minister Wes Sheridan says.

Bedeque and Area amalgamation becomes official
Bedeque
Minister Wes Sheridan (third from left) joins Bedeque and Area councilmembers Ron Rayner (chair), Susan Whelan, Scott Smallwood, Don MacFarlane, and Rob Green.

The municipalities of Bedeque and Central Bedeque officially became "Bedeque and Area" on Monday, November 17, when the amalgamation of the two Prince County communities became official and the first combined council was sworn in.

Sheridan honoured for renewable energy leadership
Finance, Energy and Municipal Affairs Minister Wes Sheridan helping officially open the Hermanville/Clearspring wind farm in June.

Finance, Energy and Municipal Affairs Minister Wes Sheridan's work on the Hermanville/Clearspring wind development has earned him a place among Canada's Clean16 leaders in sustainability and clean capitalism.

Supporting community development in Eastern Kings
The province will invest over $600,000 over the next five years to support the work of the Northside Windmill Enhancement Fund.

A new Northside Windmill Enhancement Fund created by the province will support community and economic development in the Hermanville/Clearsprings area as part of the community benefits from the Hermanville/Clearspring wind farm development.

Gordon MacFadyen is new provincial Comptroller
The Office of the Comptroller operates and maintains the provinceís corporate accounting system and prepares financial statements that are as transparent as possible for the Legislature and the public.

Gordon MacFadyen, a chartered professional accountant with an extensive background in federal, provincial, and municipal finance is Prince Edward Islandís new Comptroller, says Finance, Energy and Municipal Affairs Minister Wes Sheridan.

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