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COWS Creamery enters Chinese market with Beijing store
COWS Creamery
(L-R)Frank Zhou, president and CEO Sunrise Group; Canadian Ambassador to China Guy Saint-Jacques;Premier Robert Ghiz; Innovation and Advanced Learning Minister Allen Roach;COWS Inc. CEO Jackie McIntyre;Former Chinese Ambassador to Canada Lan Lijun.

COWS Ice Cream – an icon of both tourism and food production on Prince Edward Island – is set to enter an exciting new marketplace with the opening of its first store in China.

Atlantic Drug Summit Sets Path for Regional Cooperation in Pharmacare
Atlantic Health Ministers
(L-R)Newfoundland and Labrador Minister of Health and Community Service Steven Kent,New Brunswick Health Minister Victor Boudreau,Prince Edward Island Minister of Health and Wellness Doug Currie;Nova Scotia Minister of Health and Wellness Leo Glavine.

Ministers of Health from all four Atlantic provinces gathered in Prince Edward Island for an Atlantic Summit on Healthcare and Drug Cost Sustainability.

Seniors Home Repair Program grant increase
Seniors Home Repair Program
Seniors Home Repair Program increased

Increases to the lifetime grant for the Seniors Home Repair Program will give eligible Island seniors extra support to remain in their homes longer.

Provincial education assessments now available
Provincial Assessments
(L to R): Linda MacDonald, Literacy Achievement Specialist (English), and Mike Fagan, Manager of Document Publishing Centre and Queen’s Printer.

The results of our provincial assessments in math, reading and writing are available online. Assessments are used to identify gaps in learning and implement targeted interventions to support student achievement.

Government, groups partner on tree-planting project
Tree Planting
(L to R): Brandon Higginbotham, Enactus member; Megan Harris, coordinator of the Central Queens Wildlife Federation; Robert Vessey, Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Minister; and Joshua Mohan, Enactus member.

A partnership between the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal, the Central Queens Wildlife Federation and UPEI student group Enactus has resulted in a tree-planting project to help re-establish a forested area and protect an Island waterway.

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