Sonya Hooper to seek PC nomination in Charlottetown-Winsloe - PEI PC Party

Sonya Hooper announced today that she is seeking the Progressive Conservative nomination for the upcoming by-election in District 10, Charlottetown-Winsloe.

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Zack Bell to seek PC nomination in Charlottetown-Winsloe - PEI PC Party

Charlottetown - West Royalty sales professional and former radio personality Zack Bell today announced that he is seeking the Progressive Conservative nomination for the upcoming by-election in District 10, Charlottetown-Winsloe.

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Susie Dillon to seek PC nomination in Charlottetown-Winsloe - PEI PC Party

Sherwood educational assistant and community volunteer Susie Dillon today announced that she is seeking the Progressive Conservative nomination for the upcoming by-election in District 10, Charlottetown-Winsloe.

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2019 Annual General Meeting - PEI PC Party

All Members, Prospective Members and Supporters of the Prince Edward Island Progressive Conservative Party are invited to attend the 2019 Annual General Meeting on Saturday, November 16, starting at 1:30pm at the PEI Convention Centre (Delta) in Charlottetown.

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2019 Fall Fundraiser - PEI PC Party

Join the PC Team along with Leader and Premier, Dennis King, for our Annual Fall Fundraiser Friday, November 08, 2019

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Premier-designate names senior staff - PEI PC Party

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island — Today, Premier-designate Dennis King announced key members of the senior staff that will serve in the Office of the Premier.

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Message of Condolence - PEI PC Party

On behalf of myself, our candidates and our entire party we extend our deepest sympathies on the tragic loss of Josh Underhay and his son.

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Dennis King and his Progressive Conservative team propose new focus on the first 1000 days of a child’s life - PEI PC Party

A New Dennis King Progressive Conservative Government Will:

  • Put a new focus on strengthening programs that care for the physical, mental and emotional development of children during the critical first 1000 days of a child’s life. The First 1000 Days Initiative will promote action and investment to improve nutritional health, development and well-being of mothers and children. Providing this kind of care - nutritional, mental, social and cognitive development - has a ripple effect on the health and prosperity of our families and our Island communities.
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Dennis King PC Government will implement community based preschool for all Island four year olds - PEI PC Party

A New Dennis King Progressive Conservative Government Will: 

  • Implement an Island wide community-based preschool program for all four year olds. This program will help children improve language, social and thinking skills that helped them make a smoother transition to public kindergarten. This program will also benefit Island parents, allowing them to more time for self-care, undertake job seeking activities, take care of home responsibilities, and strengthen and improve family understanding and relationships. 
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Dennis King and his Progressive Conservative team release policies to help build a healthier future for Islanders - PEI PC Party

A New Dennis King Progressive Conservative Government Will: 

  • Immediately replace the Hillsborough Hospital - Effective mental health supports require both community-based and in-patient services. The core of in-patient mental health services are delivered through the aging Hillsborough Hospital. Replacement of Hillsborough Hospital through a new facility will better integrate community and in-patient mental health services for Islanders and will be the number one infrastructure priority of a new Dennis King PC government.

  • Expand community-based cancer treatment in Kings County and West Prince - Improved local access to treatment will help reduce travel, financial and emotional burdens for Islanders living with cancer.
     
  • Create a new Wellness and Activity Tax Credit - An important part of good physical and mental health is directly tied to physical activity. A new $500 Wellness and Activity Tax Credit will help Islanders become more physically active and healthy by helping lower the barriers to good health.
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