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Prince Edward Island Tourism
New Website
The Government of Prince Edward Island is building a new website with new navigation and content that will help you find the services and information you're looking for faster.  Visit
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We're building a new website
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Mobile-friendly, better search, user-friendly language, bilingual and one design that is the same across government

The new Government of Prince Edward Island website is designed to better serve residents and businesses by making it easier to search and find information in English or French from any device, anywhere, any time–all the time.

That's Island Style
Island food product
Island products including oysters, lobster, mussels, potatoes and beef are PEI products showcased in the 'That's Island Style' campaign.

'That’s Island Style' is a campaign that celebrates Island culture with PEI food and drink products. This spring and summer, local producers will take part in grocery and liquor store promotions across the province. Recipes have been developed that showcase Island products. All meals include drink pairing suggestions and drink recipes.

Back to School
School bus on Island Road
Passing a school bus when its lights are flashing is dangerous and illegal.

The first day of school in Prince Edward Island is Tuesday, September 6, 2016. Watch for school buses on the highways and byways of the province.

Low Risk Drinking Campaign
Get to know Canada’s Low Risk Drinking Guidelines for safe drinking

Islanders are encouraged to follow the Canadian Centre of Substance Abuse’s Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines. Adults of legal drinking age, who chose to drink, are reminded to limit drinking to no more than two drinks a day or 10 per week for women, and three drinks a day or 15 per week for men.

Become a Foster Parent
Be a foster parent
Foster parents Kendell and Denise Docherty with their boys Lawson, Thomas, Sammy, and Sumner.

Foster families play an important role in PEI communities by providing care on a short or long-term basis for children up to age 18. There are about 170 children in foster care in the province. To learn more about becoming a foster parent, plan to attend an upcoming information session.

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