Additionally, the paper proposes a modified return to the dual-riding format that existed in Prince Edward Island
prior to 1993.
16) Whether the Act formed part of the starting law of the new jurisdiction of Prince Edward Island
thus depended on Prince Edward Island
's date of reception.
One wonders where Prince Edward Island
and Kevin Sullivan would be right now without Lucy.
Today, the Presbytery of Prince Edward Island
could serve as a microcosm for much of the national church: predominantly rural, with many small, multi-point charges and a few urban congregations thrown in.
These include an exclusion zone around the infected field, and a prevention order banning Prince Edward Island
potatoes from going anywhere in Canada without being washed.
The Earl and Countess have been invited to stay on Prince Edward Island
by the new Governor-General of Canada, Adrienne Clarkson.
The funding, if received, will be used by Chemaphor to establish a new facility on Prince Edward Island
for its research in carotenoid oxidation compounds.
Air access to and from Prince Edward Island
is a key strategic priority for the Charlottetown Airport Authority.
A member of the Congregation of Saint Martha of Prince Edward Island
, a Roman Catholic religious community based in Charlottetown, she has taught high school and college and served as Vocation director for her community.
NORTH CAPE, Prince Edward Island
, April 22 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Prince Edward Island
Premier Pat Binns and Randall MacEwen, Vice President, Corporate Development of Hydrogenics Corporation (Nasdaq: HYGS; TSX: HYG), announced today that Hydrogenics and Prince Edward Island
Energy Corporation will lead a consortium of industry and government partners to develop Canada's first wind-hydrogen village demonstration - the Prince Edward Island
(PEI) Wind-Hydrogen Village Project.
In 2003, Prince Edward Island
and Newfoundland and Labrador followed with median donations of $330 and $310, respectively, unchanged from the previous year.
The cardinal was the third of eight children born to Annie Monaghan and George McGuigan in Hunter River, Prince Edward Island