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PEI Liquor outlets recognized for accessibility
Minister Allen Roach receives the 2015 Accessibility Award on behalf of the Liquor Control Commission from Lacey MacIsaac, Access Advisor program coordinator.
Minister Allen Roach receives the 2015 Accessibility Award on behalf of the Liquor Control Commission from Lacey MacIsaac, Access Advisor program coordinator.

Access Advisor evaluated PEI Liquor retail locations Island-wide and found that all 20 stores were either partially or fully accessible. Accessibility can mean wheelchair ramps are present, doors have levers for handles and the tension on opening and closing is lowered, hand rails are installed, and assistance is available if needed.

Island businesses surpass $1 billion in international exports
Island businesses surpass $1 billion in international exports
Premier and Finance and Energy Minister Wade MacLauchlan speaks to Island businesses and entrepreneurs.

Prince Edward Island exported more than $1 billion worth of goods in a single year in 2014, an historic milestone for the provinceís business community.

Report ranks province among fastest-growing economies
Report ranks province among fastest-growing economies
The Conference Board of Canada ranked Prince Edward Island first in Atlantic Canada and No. 4 among provinces in projected GDP growth, behind only British Columbia, Manitoba, and Ontario.

Prince Edward Island will be among the nationís economic growth leaders this year, positioning the province to set a new strategic path for continued growth, jobs and prosperity.

Premier MacLauchlan new Minsiter of Finance and Energy
Premier MacLauchlan new Minsiter of Finance and Energy
Steve MacLean, Clerk of Executive Council and Secretary to Cabinet, administers the Oath of Office to Premier Wade MacLauchlan who also becomes Minister of Finance and Energy.

Wade MacLauchlan was sworn in as Premier of the Province of Prince Edward Island today by Lieutenant Governor Frank Lewis at Government House.

Energy efficiency grants help 600 more Islanders than last year
Office of Energy Efficiency
A popular energy efficiency grant program was available longer and helped more Islanders than last year.

Resources were better targeted at those most in need of assistance, allowing the program to stay in business longer and help more Islanders save money on their energy bills this year.

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