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Ministers announce new strategy to improve road safety
Canada's Transportation Ministers in Ottawa January 29

Federal, provincial and territorial Ministers Responsible for Transportation and Highway Safety met today to advance key strategies for strengthening transportation in Canada, including unveiling a new plan to further improve road safety. To make Canadian roads safer, the Ministers launched Canada’s Road Safety Strategy 2025 – Towards Zero: The Safest Roads in the World.

Students decorate plow to promote roadside safety
Left to right; Isaac Simpson, Grace Harding, Chloe Arsenault (kneeling), Anderson Gallant, Skyler Master Gallant, Minister Biggar, Aidan McTague and Carl Peterson, vice-principal of Ecole St.-Augustin.

Students at Ecole St.-Augustin in Rustico are helping raise awareness of snow plow safety with an art project that gives them a close-up look at the equipment clearing snow from Island roads, says Transportation, Infrastructure and Energy Minister Paula Biggar.

Materials depot opens at Brackley garage project
Left to right; Chief of Staff Robert Vessey; Minister Paula Biggar - Transportation, Infrastructure and Energy and Premier Wade MacLauchlan - MLA for York - Oyster Bed.

The opening of new storage facilities at the Queens County Garage project marks an important milestone in the goal to centralize highway maintenance facilities in Brackley, says Transportation, Infrastructure and Energy Minister Paula Biggar.

Newly available license plate to honour Island veterans
Left to Right Claus Brodersen, Chairman PEI Command Royal Canadian Legion; Minister Paula Biggar; John Yeo, President PEI Command Royal Canadian Legion

A newly designed veteran’s license plate will be available in early December to recognize the contributions of Canadian veterans on Prince Edward Island, says Transportation, Infrastructure and Energy Minister Paula Biggar.

Province and Charlottetown enter joint snow-clearing agreement
P.E.I. Transportation, Infrastructure and Energy Minister Paula Biggar (centre left) and Charlottetown Councillor Terry Bernard, (centre right) chair of Public Works and Urban Beautification, with Director of Highway Maintenance Darren Chaisson (left) and

The City of Charlottetown and the Province of Prince Edward Island have signed an agreement that will see the province invest in new snow-clearing equipment while committing to help the city with snow removal for a seven-year term.

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