Charlottetown - A new Progressive Conservative government would use all means at its disposal to prevent a carbon tax from being forced on Islanders, said Opposition Leader James Aylward.
Mary Ellen McInnis is announcing her intention to seek the Progressive Conservative nomination for District 5, Mermaid-Stratford in the next provincial election.
Aylward: Referendum Commissioner selection process needs to be public and transparent - PEI PC Party
Opposition Leader James Aylward believes the process for selecting the Referendum Commissioner needs to be more public and transparent.Read more
On May 23, 2018 District 23 hosted their Nomination Meeting and elected Hilton MacLennan as their PC candidate for the next general election.Read more
Charlottetown - Scientist, mother and community mental health advocate Dr. Sarah Stewart-Clark has announced her intention to seek the Progressive Conservative nomination for District 9, Charlottetown-Hillsborough, in the next provincial election.Read more
Belfast – The Progressive Conservative party of Prince Edward Island today announced their first district nomination for the next general election. A nominating convention for District 4, Belfast-Murray River, will be held on Wednesday, April 25th.Read more
The Progressive Conservative Party of Prince Edward Island announced today that Theo Fleury will be the guest speaker at their Spring Fundraising Dinner on May 18th in Charlottetown.Read more
North Rustico – Rustico-Emerald MLA Brad Trivers is urging the province to delay approving a shellfish processing development on Rustico Bay until further public consultations can be completed.Read more
Opposition Budget and Community Consultation sessions hearing great feedback from Islanders: Aylward
Budget and Community Consultation sessions being held over the last week across Prince Edward Island are generating great feedback from Islanders about their fiscal and policy priorities, says Opposition Leader James Aylward.Read more
Opposition Leader James Aylward is renewing his caucus' call for more instructional staff and resources to better support young Island learners, following up government’s announcement to review standardized testing in public schools.Read more