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India trade mission results in marine technology venture
Premier Wade MacLauchlan signs the Memorandum of Understanding next to Economic Development and Tourism Minister Heath MacDonald (centre) and officials from Aspin Kemp & Associates and Grintex India Limited

Island company Aspin Kemp and Associates will work with Grintex India Limited on training programs to boost Prince Edward Islandís advanced marine technology sector.

Minister Heath MacDonald greets grant fund recipients including Megan Murnaghan from Bamtext
Megan Murnaghan from Bamtext shaking hands with Economic Development Minister Heath MacDonald.

Eonomic Development and Tourism Minister Heath MacDonald announces the Innovation PEI grant recipients worth a total of $680,000 from two provincial funds aimed at helping them take their products from concept to market.

Expansion means efficiency, growth for Silliker Glass
Silliker Glass and Tourism Minister Heath MacDonald
Economic Development and Tourism Minister Heath MacDonald (left) talks with Stacy Silliker, president of Silliker Glass, during a tour of the companyís facility in Borden-Carleton.

Longtime Island company Silliker Glass is improving its processes and becoming more efficient with help from Innovation PEI. ďEver since they were called G.E. Silliker Construction, this family-owned business has been a steadfast contributor to Prince Edward Islandís economy for the past 50 years,Ē Economic Development and Tourism Minister Heath MacDonald said.

Vector Aerospace opening new Canadian turboprop test cell
Vector Aerospace
Jeff Poirier - Vector Aerospace - Atlantic Division President, Trevor Hogan (Seated)- engine test cell operator, Economic Development and Tourism Minister Heath MacDonald.

Vector Aerospace Corporation, a global independent provider of aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services, is delighted to announce the grand opening of a new engine test cell at its Summerside facility in Prince Edward Island, Canada.

Wastewater management product ready to commercialize
(L-R) The Hon. Lawrence MacAulay, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-food and Member of Parliament for Cardigan, Kelly Galloway, President of Engineering Technologies Canada Ltd., the Hon. Heath MacDonald, Minister of Economic Development and Tourism

Most homeowners donít understand how their septic system works, nor do they know how much flow it can receive without becoming overloaded. Fortunately, now they don't have to, thanks to a new internet connected device being developed by a PEI company. Dynamic Monitors.

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