Repost of the Guardian article by Stu Neatby – April 30, 2020 The province paid close to $870,000 in legal fees over five years as a result of a pair of lawsuits related to the province’s e-gaming saga. According to a Freedom of Information request filed by P.E.I. New Democratic Party Leader Joe Byrne, the…

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There is no reasoning for what transpired in Nova Scotia in the morning of April 19. Yesterday we lost 16 innocent people (to date) to a senseless, random act of violence. It goes without saying that all Islanders’ thoughts are with the people directly affected, and all Nova Scotians. The community members involved came from…

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Today marks the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. This day falls on a particularly trying time, and one that highlights the work that still needs to be done. Currently, migrant workers and refugees are in a precarious situation, with limited access to healthcare. Black and Indigenous communities are already disproportionately and economically…

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The Premier’s Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention was established by the premier of Prince Edward Island in December 1995. The mandate of the committee is to: coordinate the implementation of the provincial Family Violence Prevention Strategy; ensure integrity of community participation is maintained; ensure an evaluation component is in place; develop a work plan;…

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The Special Committee on Climate Change is hosting a series of meetings in Island communities to hear your input on how the province can best meet its Greenhouse Gas Emission reduction targets. Presentations on the context of climate change will be made by the UPEI Climate Lab. Committee meetings happening in communities are not live streamed…

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