Minister extends ski season at three provincial facilities
Tourism and Culture Minster Robert Henderson joins Community Services and Seniors Minister Valerie E. Docherty, MLA for Kelly's Cross-Cumberland, at Brookvale Provincial Ski Park.
Skiers and snowboarders will have an extra week on the hills and trails this winter thanks to the abundant snow.
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.
Add a little Island with the 2015 Visitors Guide
Minister of Tourism and Culture Robert Henderson and Harold McGuigan, Fulfillment Coordinator at Tourism PEI's Distribution Centre, review new 2015 tourism materials which are now being sent out to potential visitors.
The 2015 Visitors Guides have arrived and with them dozens of opportunities for potential travelers to add a little Island to their vacation plans in 2015.
Book donation encourages families to read together
(L-R): Minister of Community Services and Seniors and Minister Responsible for the Status of Women, Valerie E. Docherty; Ann Sherman, Chair of the Premierís Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention; Tourism and Culture Minster Robert Henderson.
Children across Prince Edward Island will benefit from books donated to public libraries during Family Violence Prevention Week (FVPW) by encouraging them to develop positive relationships.
Samuel Holland 250 lecture series underway
(L-R) Chair of the Samuel Holland 250 Volunteer Committee Dr. David Keenlyside, Historian Georges Arsenault; Tourism and Culture Minister Robert Henderson; antique map dealer Aubrey Bell; historian Boyde Beck.
Islanders interested in knowing more about the provinceís history specifically as it relates to the original survey of the Island will benefit from a series of free lectures being held as part of the Samuel Holland 250 commemorations.