Governments support Canadian Centre of Public Safety Excellence
(L-R): Shawn McCarvill, Slemon Park Corporation; Hon. Gail Shea, Fisheries and Oceans; Edgar MacLeod, Atlantic Police Academy; Premier Wade MacLauchlan; Brian McMillan, Holland College.
Holland College’s Atlantic Police Academy and the Slemon Park Corporation have partnered to establish the Canadian Centre of Public Safety Excellence, thanks in part to support from the federal and provincial governments.
North Rustico Growing as a Tourist Destination
(L-R): North Rustico councillor Kevin MacAdam; MLA Carolyn Bertram; North Rustico Mayor Anne Kirk; Federal Minister of Fisheries and Oceans Gail Shea.
The Town of North Rustico is hoping to attract many more visitors to its idyllic location.
Public Archives celebrates 50 years of preserving the past
Minister of Tourism and Culture Robert Henderson and Provincial Archivist Jill MacMicken-Wilson display a few items from the collection of the Provincial Archives and Records Office.
Residents of Prince Edward Island continue to benefit from the services of the Public Archives and Records Office fifty years after the Archives Act was proclaimed by the Province.
New mobile radio system to enhance emergency service delivery
(L-R): Minister Sherry; Inspector Denis Roy from RCMP “L” Division; Tim Coolen, President Island EMS.
Improvements to the Provincial Integrated Communication System infrastructure and equipment will contribute to improved protection for people and property.
Premier announces new restrictions on deputies and senior advisors
Premier MacLauchlan announces expanded conflict of interest guidelines.
Premier Wade MacLauchlan has announced that he will introduce new conflict of interest requirements for deputy ministers and senior political advisors as part of an enhanced emphasis on openness and transparency within government.