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Premierís Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention
Ann Sherman
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.

Construction underway for new engineering school at UPEI
UPEI Engineering School
(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.

Premier Robert Ghiz announces resignation
Premier
Premier Robert Ghiz walks to the Provincial Legislature with wife Kate Ellis-Ghiz.

Premier Robert Ghiz has announced his intention to resign as premier. The MLA for District 13, Charlottetown-Brighton, became Leader of the Liberal Party of Prince Edward Island in 2003 and was elected Leader of the Opposition following the provincial general election of 2003. He was sworn in as Premier of Prince Edward Island in June, 2007.

Speech from the Throne
Speech from the Throne
2014 Speech from the Throne supports the economy, environment, health, education and social programs.

The Honourable Frank Lewis, Lieutenant Governor of Prince Edward Island, opened the Fifth Session of the Sixty-fourth General Assembly of Prince Edward Island with the Speech from the Throne.

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.

Parents reluctant to deal with children who donít want to get a needle should know that children can, and should, receive the influenza vaccine through a nasal spray, says Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Heather Morrison.

 



Throne Speech

 


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