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Bedford MacDonald House receives assistance from province
Bedford MacDonald House receives assistance from province
(L-R): Premier MacLauchlan presents a donation to Salvation Army Captain Jamie Locke for the Bedford MacDonald House.

The Prince Edward Island government is increasing its assistance to the Bedford MacDonald House for its work to provide shelter for men who are experiencing short-term homelessness.

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

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

Premier MacLauchlan sworn in and Cabinet appointed
Prince Edward Island Premier MacLauchlan sworn in and Cabinet appointed
Premier Wade MacLauchlan and members of the Provincial Cabinet.

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

Add a little Island with the 2015 Visitors Guide
2015 Visitors Guide
Minister of Tourism and Culture Robert Henderson and the Fulfillment Coordinator at Tourism PEI's Distribution Centre, Harold McGuigan, review new 2015 tourism materials being sent out to potential visitors.

The 2015 Visitors Guides have arrived and with them dozens of opportunities for potential travelers to add a little Island to their vacation plans in 2015.

Youth Recovery Centre will offer longer youth addiction treatment
Sean Morrison (right), Strength Program Manager, explains some of the features of the Province's first Youth Recovery Centre to Minister of Health and Wellness, Doug Currie (left) and Health PEI CEO, Dr. Richard Wedge.
Sean Morrison (right), Strength Program Manager, explains some of the features of the Province's first Youth Recovery Centre to Minister of Health and Wellness, Doug Currie (left) and Health PEI CEO, Dr. Richard Wedge.

The Youth Recovery Centre will have 12 inpatient beds and offer 18 weeks of around-the-clock care, up from the existing six beds and eight-week day treatment program. Construction will be complete in April 2015.

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