Energy efficiency grants help 600 more Islanders than last year
A popular energy efficiency grant program was available longer and helped more Islanders than last year.
The Office of Energy Efficiency assisted more than 1,600 clients in 2014 compared to 1,040 the previous year.
New Charlottetown clinic frees up inpatient addiction beds
Health and Wellness Minister Doug Currie tours the Charlottetown Addictions Clinic with Dr. Peter Hooley and is shown how methodone treatment is prepared.
A new physician-led addictions clinic in Charlottetown is helping hundreds of Islanders to get their lives back.
Island students have more opportunities to be physically active
(L-R): Barb Mullaly, member of the go!PEI Steering Committee; Minister Currie; Lieutenant Governor Frank Lewis; Cam Beach, Charlottetown Canadian Tire Dealer; Premier Ghiz.
The provincial government is partnering with Canadian Tire to provide physical activity equipment to Prince Edward Island schools.
Minister proclaims January 27 as Family Literacy Day
Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Alan McIsaac joins Margot McFadden, Amanda Beazley (PEI Literacy Alliance), the Word Monster and Izzy McFadden.
Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Alan McIsaac has officially proclaimed January 27th as Family Literacy Day in Prince Edward Island.
2014 IPAC Award presented to Cathy McCormack
(L-R): Wendy MacDonald, President of the PEI Regional Group of IPAC; Cathy McCormack, 2014 recipient of the IPAC Lieutenant Governorís Award for Excellence in Public Administration; Lieutenant Governor H. Frank Lewis.
Cathy McCormack, Early Childhood Programs Administrator with the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, is the latest recipient of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC) Lieutenant Governorís Award for Excellence in Public Administration.