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Senior Islanders of the Year recognized on National Seniors Day
Front row (L to R) Barb langille, Louise MacLeod, Aldien Richard, Helen Marsh, Marilyn Sark. Back row (L to R): Wilfred Driscoll, Mary Hughes - Chair of the PEI Seniors Secretariat, Minister of Family and Human Services, Doug Currie.

National Seniors Day provides an opportunity to recognize and celebrate the achievements of Island Seniors, says Doug Currie, Minister of Family and Human Services.

PEI Porktoberfest returns with bacon
L to r: Melody Dover, Fresh Media; chef Jeff Budd with the Triple Triple from the Factory Cookhouse; Agriculture and Fisheries Minister Alan McIsaac; Chef Craig O'Neill with the Piggyback from Brothers Two; Paul Larson, PEI Hog Committee Board

The 4th annual PEI Porktoberfest returns October 1st-to-31st, and this year bacon dreams do come true with Ultimate Bacon Sandwiches.

Triple P – Positive Parenting Program rolling out across PEI
L-R: Dr. Phillip Smith, Premier Wade MacLauchlan, Catholic Familiy Services Bureau Executive Director Peter Mutch and children from Holland College Early Learning Centre, Carson Beck, Emerson O'Keefe, Alex Stavert, Isla Messervey, Sybil Bechervaise.

A program that uses simple, positive tips to help parents facing the typical challenges of raising children and teens is now being offered in Prince Edward Island.

Promotions and packages help contribute to record August in tourism

Promotions and packages developed by tourism operators across the province highlighting the Island's quality tourism products contributed to the second straight record August.

Transportation Association of Canada meeting in Charlottetown
L-R: Paul Arsenault, CCMTA, Matts-Ake Belin, Swedish Transport Administration, Min. Biggar, Joe Toole, Kittleson & Associates Inc., and Gerry Chaput, TAC President

The Transportation Association of Canada’s annual conference has drawn nearly 1,000 visitors to Prince Edward Island.

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