Long-time Cornwall resident Mark McLane today announced that he is seeking the Progressive Conservative nomination for the upcoming by-election in District 16, Cornwall-Meadowbank.Read more
The PEI Progressive Conservative Association has set the date for a nomination meeting for District 16, Cornwall-Meadowbank.
Nominations will be received until Wednesday, October 13th with a nomination meeting to be held on Monday, October 18th, 2021.Read more
The Progressive Conservative Party of PEI is seeking a highly motivated individual who will perform a variety of administrative duties in support of the PC Party Provincial Executive.Read more
November 18, 2020 at the Crapaud Community Hall starting at 7:00 PMRead more
Charlottetown - In a first for Island politics, the PEI Progressive Conservative Association will hold its nomination convention over multiple days to select the party’s candidate for the upcoming by-election in District 10, Charlottetown-Winsloe.Read more
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.Read more
Join the PC Team along with Leader and Premier, Dennis King, for our Annual Fall Fundraiser Friday, November 08, 2019Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
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.