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Minister Roach tables 2016-2017 Operating Budget
The Provincial Budget details the province's revenue and expenditure plans for the coming fiscal year.

On April 19, Finance Minister Allen Roach tabled the 2016-2017 provincial operating budget in the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island.

PEI Liquor Control Commission creates survivors, one paper heart at a time
Andrew MacMillan, acting Chief Executive Officer, PEI Liquor Control Commission, Allen Roach, minister responsible for the PEI Liquor Control Commission, Peter Norton, board member of the PEI Heart and Stroke Foundation

The PEI Liquor Control Commission (PEILCC) raised a record $13,264 in support of the Heart and Stroke Foundation during its 5th annual Paper Hearts campaign.

Annual Paper Hearts fundraiser begins at PEI Liquor outlets
Hon. Allen Roach, minister responsible for the PEI Liquor Control Commission and Crystal Cobb, Community Fund Development Coordinator, PEI Heart and Stroke Foundation

The PEI Liquor Control Commission (PEILCC) will again partner with the Heart and Stroke Foundation-PEI to support the annual Paper Hearts campaign during Heart Month in February.

Red Cross raises $34,000 from liquor commission partnership
L-R: Brad Barnes,volunteer, Minister responsible for the Liquor Control Commission, Allen Roach, Laura Johnson-Montigny, provincial director of the Canadian Red Cross of PEI and Lynn MacLeod, volunteer.

Donations from generous Islanders will help the Canadian Red Cross on Prince Edward Island continue to fund education programs, training, and disaster preparation and response here at home.

PEI Liquor outlets recognized for accessibility
Minister Allen Roach receives the 2015 Accessibility Award on behalf of the Liquor Control Commission from Lacey MacIsaac, Access Advisor program coordinator.
Minister Allen Roach receives the 2015 Accessibility Award on behalf of the Liquor Control Commission from Lacey MacIsaac, Access Advisor program coordinator.

Access Advisor evaluated PEI Liquor retail locations Island-wide and found that all 20 stores were either partially or fully accessible. Accessibility can mean wheelchair ramps are present, doors have levers for handles and the tension on opening and closing is lowered, hand rails are installed, and assistance is available if needed.

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