Information sessions about the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program, NETFILE and online resources available on the CRA website are scheduled March 11-13.
The RBC Celebrate 2014 School Program offers Island teachers access to curriculum-based activities, including visits to historic sites, to help students understand life in 1864 and the role Prince Edward Island played in the creation of Canada.
The Public Archives 2014 Almanac and Miscellany Celebrating 1864: A Look at Prince Edward Island in the Year of the Charlottetown Conference is available for $10 at Beaconsfield Historic House,the Public Archives and Records Office in the Coles Building and the Bookmark in Charlottetown and at Eptek Centre in Summerside.
Government investments support the 2014 ECMAs scheduled April 2 to 6 in Charlottetown. The Atlantic Canadian music celebration has been highlighting regional achievements and showcasing musical talents for 26 years. It is recognized internationally.
The TD PEI Jazz & Blues Festival will be expanded in 2014 to include the Confederation Concert Series which will feature performances by artists from every province in Canada.