Commercialization of innovative projects supported by PEI Government
Left to right, Peter Lawlor, director of strategic initiatives, Maximus, Minister Allen Roach, Innovation and Advanced Learning
Kelly Galloway, P.Eng., president/owner, Engineering Technologies Canada, Carl Brothers, president, Frontier Power Systems
Minister Roach congratulates some of the most recent recipients of support under Innovation PEI's Development and Commercialization Fund.
Provincial Palliative Care Centre officially opens
(L to R) Dr. Mireille Lecours, Provincial Palliative Medical Consultant; Premier MacLauchlan;
The new stand-alone Provincial Palliative Care Centre will ensure patients receive a high quality of care in an environment where they feel comfortable, supported and at ease.
Additional government investments will help Islanders in need
(L-R) Premier Wade MacLauchlan; Coleman Griffin, QCRS; Community Services and Seniors Minister Valerie E Docherty; Lisa Bernard, QCRS; Bill Lawlor, executive director QCRS; and Kevin Porter, executive director for Community Inclusions.
Premier Wade MacLauchlan and Community Services and Seniors Minister Valerie E. Docherty announced additional funding for 15 community organizations that support Islanders in need.
Libraries to assist with registrations for local shellfishers
Minister of Tourism and Culture Robert Henderson looks on as O’Leary librarian Corinne Peters guides shellfishers Duncan Knox and Loman MacLean through their online license applications.
Staff at local public libraries are offering assistance to shellfishers who may not have access to a computer at home, or have had little experience filling out online applications.
Premier thanks federal government for cable support
Premier MacLauchlan thanks federal government for cable support, confirms province’s commitment to project.
A new electricity connection to the mainland, the largest and most important infrastructure project for Prince Edward Island since the Confederation Bridge, will ensure the province’s future energy needs can be met and protect Islanders against the risk of volatile rate increases associated with the existing aging cables.