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Province welcomes new full-time dermatologist
Dermatology deals with conditions involving a person's hair, skin and nails.

Dr. Catherine Boivin will be moving to Prince Edward Island and will complete the physician complement in dermatology. Dr. Boivin will begin seeing patients in January 2015.

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.

Sheridan honoured for renewable energy leadership
Finance, Energy and Municipal Affairs Minister Wes Sheridan helping officially open the Hermanville/Clearspring wind farm in June.

Finance, Energy and Municipal Affairs Minister Wes Sheridan's work on the Hermanville/Clearspring wind development has earned him a place among Canada's Clean16 leaders in sustainability and clean capitalism.

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.

Trans Canada Trail fully connected on Prince Edward Island
Trans Canada Trail PEI
Stratford Mayor David Dunphy;Charlottetown Mayor Clifford Lee; Premier Robert Ghiz;Catherine Schaap,Island Trails;Valerie Pringle,TCT;Nancy Barron,W. Garfield Weston Foundation; Fisheries and Oceans Minister Gail Shea;Mrs. Laureen Harper;Paul LaBarge, TCT

Prince Edward Island is now the second Canadian province or territory to fully connect its section of the Trans Canada Trail. Prince Edward Island's section, the Confederation Trail, is 444 kilometers long and connects communities across the Island.

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