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Archaeological discoveries unveiled at the Acadian Museum
The exhibit is being displayed at the Acadian Museum in Miscouche.

A new exhibition, “Digging into the Past: An Archaeological Discovery in Malpeque Bay,” provides a unique glimpse into Acadian history on Prince Edward Island, says Minister responsible for Acadian and Francophone Affairs and Archaeology, Premier Robert Ghiz.

Province seeking volunteers to protect and promote Confederation Trail
Tourism and Culture Minister Robert Henderson (second from right) and Environment, Labour and Justice Minister Janice Sherry (far left) chat with trail volunteer Charles Easter and Conservation Officer Patrick DesRoches.

Islanders can do their part to help protect and promote one of the most important venues for outdoor activity in the province by becoming a trail volunteer on the Confederation Trail.

New library van to connect with Islanders
Tourism and Culture Minister Robert Henderson gets a first hand look at Library EnRoute with (L-R) Grace Dawson and Lori MacAdam from the Public Library Service.

The Public Library Service (PLS) will reach out to Islanders and promote its services with a new van called Library EnRoute that will attend events and busy locations all over the Island.

Early indicators bode well for the 2014 tourism season
Crowds of well wishers meet His Royal Highness Prince Charles during the Royal Tour of Prince Edward Island held in May.

Figures released today by the province show significant increases in traffic at the Confederation Bridge and in room nights sold during the month of May compared to the same month last year.

Provincial website offers important information for beach goers
Surf lifeguards are on duty at all supervised provincial park beaches beginning June 27
Surf lifeguards are on duty at all supervised provincial park beaches beginning June 27

Beach goers on Prince Edward Island can get access to up-to-date information on conditions at provincial park beaches by visiting the province’s beach report website


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