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Automobile insurance benefits increase
Auto insurance pei

Automobile accident victims will be able to access improved rights to recover for pain and suffering and enhanced accident benefits effective October 1.

Supporting children with complex needs
children with complex needs
Enhanced services will include pediatric occupational and physiotherapy, school therapy service, orthoptics, speech language pathology and audiology, and preschool autism assessments.

Government will be investing $3.75 million over five years to increase and enhance services to children with complex health needs.

Pilot and Discovery Fund assists Island technology companies
Pilot and Discovery Fund PEI
(L-R): Justin Ferguson and Rob Nelson, BFN Tech PEI; Blake Doyle, Island Recruiting; John Eden, Discovery Garden; Innovation and Advanced Learning Minister Allen Roach; and Peter Douglas, Job Site to Go.

Five Charlottetown companies developing innovative applications of information and communication technology (ICT) will be assisted in the latest round of Innovation PEIís Pilot and Discovery Fund. Each successful company will receive $25,000 in funding to further its research and development work.

Addressing erosion and sediment concerns
(L-R): Megan Harris, West River Watershed Group; Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Minister Robert Vessey; and Brian Thompson, Co-Chair of the Bonshaw Hills Public Lands Committee.
(L-R): Megan Harris, West River Watershed Group; Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Minister Robert Vessey; and Brian Thompson, Co-Chair of the Bonshaw Hills Public Lands Committee.

The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal has partnered with the Central Queens Wildlife Federation/West River Watershed Group to install a series of environmental controls that address long-standing erosion and sediment concerns from the old Crosby Road in Bonshaw.

Islanders encouraged to run for office, vote in municipal elections
Municipal Elections PEI 2014
Retiring Miltonvale Park Councilor Gail Ling and Finance, Energy and Municipal Affairs Minister Wes Sheridan encourage Islanders to participate in the November 3 municipal elections by running for office and by voting.

Running for office and voting in the November 3 municipal elections are two ways Islanders can be the change they wish to see in their community, says Finance, Energy and Municipal Affairs Minister Wes Sheridan.

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