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Island Fringe Festival now accepting applications for the 2019 edition

Applications are now being accepted for Prince Edward Island's 2019 Island Fringe Festival. A favourite of locals and visitors alike, the site-specific Festival runs August 1-4, 2019 and features ten shows in downtown Charlottetown.


Date Announced for Highly Anticipated Ultimate Christmas House Tour

damien Morris Designs has just announced the second annual Ultimate Christmas House Tour, in partnership with Coach Atlantic Group, taking place on Friday, December 7.


CEO of Lets Nurture Ketan Raval Pioneering Tech Community in Charlottetown, PEI

Mr. Ketan Raval (CEO of Lets Nurture) is now Organizer of GDG Charlottetown, Canada.


Endowment Fund Established to Honour Mayor Clifford Lee

An endowment fund has been established in honour of Clifford Lee, the City of Charlottetown’s longest serving Mayor, with proceeds going toward community outreach initiatives and programs in Charlottetown.


Manjit Minhas, Beer Baroness and CBC Dragon to deliver keynote address at Biz2Biz Expo

The Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present Manjit Minhas as they keynote speaker at the 13th annual Biz2Biz Expo on Thursday, October 18, 2018. The keynote address will take place at 11 a.m. at the Eastlink Trade Centre.


PEI Federation of Labour's Annual Labour Day Picnic

Canada’s unions celebrate Labour Day by calling for public pharmacare for everyone in Canada.


Second Cycling Pop-up Event Taking Place Next Week

On Wednesday, August 8 the City of Charlottetown will set up the second “Let’s Talk About Cycling” pop-up at the Victoria Park Bike Lane and be available from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.


City to Gather Feedback on Cycling at Local Events

The City of Charlottetown wants to continue the conversation on cycling in the Capital by talking to people about their experience with cycling and bicycle safety. Avid and recreational cyclists, would-be cyclists and motorists are welcome to share their thoughts and stories about cycling in Charlottetown.


Local Businesses Plant More Than 300 Trees to Give Back to the Community

Local businesses and the City of Charlottetown planted approximately 360 trees today (Thursday, May 31) thanks to an environmental initiative that offsets the annual paper usage of the participating businesses.


Chamber welcomes PCAP results; looks for continued trend of positive change

The Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce is encouraged by the latest Pan-Canadian Assessment Program (PCAP) results which show improved outcomes for Prince Edward Island grade eight students in the subject areas of reading, math and science.


Charlottetown Releases Report on Youth Affordable Housing

The City of Charlottetown’s Youth Retention Advisory Board – Charlottetown Youth Matters – released a report today following a survey they conducted earlier this year to better understand the specific needs and challenges young people in Charlottetown face concerning housing.


Municipalities Examine Feasibility of Electric Bus Fleet

T3 Transit customers and stakeholders will have an opportunity to travel on an electric bus this month as the City of Charlottetown, and towns of Stratford and Cornwall partner with the public transport agency to conduct a market test and examine the feasibility of transitioning to an electric fleet.


Charlottetown to Host Event to Engage Youth in the Political Process

The City of Charlottetown and its youth retention advisory board – Charlottetown Youth Matters – are teaming up to give young adults an opportunity to learn more about the political process and ways to get involved.


Charlottetown to Host Second Fix It Fair

The City of Charlottetown will host a Fix It Fair in March to connect Charlottetown residents with community resources, teach practical repair skills, and provide opportunities to learn about different ways to practice sustainability.

Fix It Fair

Charlottetown Launches Programs for 2018 Winter Active Campaign

The Charlottetown Parks and Recreation Department has launched its 2018 Winter Active Campaign with free activities designed to encourage people of all ages to be more active during the winter months.

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