Island students have more opportunities to be physically active
(L-R): Barb Mullaly, member of the go!PEI Steering Committee; Minister Currie; Lieutenant Governor Frank Lewis; Cam Beach, Charlottetown Canadian Tire Dealer; Premier Ghiz.
The provincial government is partnering with Canadian Tire to provide physical activity equipment to Prince Edward Island schools.
Premier presents trophy for largest tuna
(L-R): Jackie Jackson, a crew member; winning captain Paul Murray; Premier Robert Ghiz; Fisheries, Aquaculture and Rural Development Minister Ron MacKinley.
Prince Edward Island tuna captain Paul Murray was awarded the Premierís Cup trophy for landing the largest bluefin tuna in 2014.
Premierís Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention
Ann Sherman, chairperson of the Premierís Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention.
Ann Sherman will lead the Premier's Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention for the next five years. The committee's goal is to increase awareness, education and community engagement to help end family violence in Prince Edward Island.
go!PEI January Mini-Challenge
The January Mini-Challenge is aimed at helping Islanders make small changes to their lifestyle to boost physical and mental health.
go!PEI is challenging all Islanders to aim for a healthier and happier new year. Download a calendar from the go!PEI website and check each day off as you complete the activity. The more activities you complete, the more ballots you will receive for a chance to win prizes.
Construction underway for new engineering school at UPEI
(L-R): Lucas MacArthur, UPEI Student Union president Lucas MacArthur; Innovation and Advanced Learning Minister Allen Roach; UPEI president Dr. AlaaAbd-El-Aziz; Premier Robert Ghiz; Tom Cullen, chair of UPEI Board of Governors.
The provincial government has committed $16 million to the new School of Sustainable Design Engineering at the University of Prince Edward Island.