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Policing Services Review underway - Islanders asked for input
Three policing services members
(from left) Charlottetown Police Chief Paul Smith, RCMP Commanding Officer Joanne Crampton and PEI Association of Chiefs of Police President Lewis Sutherland

A province-wide review of police services is now taking place. Islanders can provide input and feedback on policing and emergency response services by participating in a phone survey or completing the online survey.

When PEI businesses succeed, we all succeed
Megan Murnaghan, BaxText sales and Jordan Fraser, BaxText co-founder at company headquarters on Queen Street in Charlottetown

Jordan Fraser and his co-founder started building Baxtext just over two years ago as a sideline to their other jobs. They didn’t seek investors but rather wanted to try to make it on their own. Being awarded $25,000 in start up funding from the province's Ignition fund helped with their bootstrapping approach.

Statement by Premier MacLauchlan regarding the Fort McMurray fire

Islanders are reaching out to ensure their Alberta friends and families are safe. Anyone who wishes to help is asked to contact Red Cross. PEI Liquor Control Commission stores are also collecting donations for Red Cross.

Special Committee on Democratic Renewal Releases Report

Following province-wide discussions, the Special Committee on Democratic Renewal has submitted its report to the 2nd Session of the 65th Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island and has refined a plebiscite question for consideration to the Assembly.

Septic Sitter™ ready to commercialize
(L to R) Hon. Lawrence MacAulay, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-food and MP for Cardigan; Kelly Galloway, P.Eng, President of Engineering Technologies Canada Ltd and Hon. Heath MacDonald, Minister of Economic Development and Tourism display the product

Dynamic Monitors, a business unit of Engineering Technologies Canada Ltd. of Stratford, PEI, is developing a new generation of products that make onsite sewage treatment systems more effective, reliable and affordable.

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