Is there a plan to outsource home care services to Island EMS? (e.g. paramedics) Research needed.
To apply for some permanent government jobs a minimum number of hours of consecutive experience in the job is required. When a part-time employee is laid off, the number of experience hours resets to zero. However the length of employment of part-time employees varies at the discretion of management. This means one part-time employee’s work […]
Food Premises Inspection Reports by the province confirm licensed food premises comply with the minimum standards of the Public Health Act and Food Premises Regulations. Food-service operations subject to annual inspection include all sit-in and take-out restaurants, bakeries, grocery stores and markets, as well as food-service providers at special events. A history of inspection results can […]
Lyme disease is on PEI, and action needs to be taken to prevent it’s spread, enable diagnosis, and allow effective treatment. A 2017 scientific study conducted by biologist Dr. Vett Lloyd of Mt. Allison University confirms that P.E.I. is home to blacklegged ticks. For her study, over 350 blacklegged ticks were collected from across P.E.I. […]
The issue is concerning a lot in the center of the village of Emerald. The road adjacent was raised and this directs all the run-off from the Confederation Trail onto this land. Perhaps ditching can be put in place to prevent this.
Hey Brad, I was driving down Rt 13 today, as I do every day, and I am really surprised by the new highish voltage power lines being added. The road is now lined with what appears to be marching men and it looks like this is going straight through the heart of the New Glasgow? […]
Brad, you said, “I believe that in the very near future with advances in power storage it will be feasible for communities to generate all of their own electricity through clean renewable means – like wind, solar and hydro. Government needs to plan for and proactively work towards a future of inexpensive locally produced clean […]
The coastal area in North Rustico harbour that is not part of the National Park, and is not part of the Town of North Rustico should be maintained by the PEI government.
It seems that the community of Rusticoville is no longer recognized by the Department of Transportation (and perhaps the provincial government as a whole) when drivers licenses are issued. Instead the community of Anglo Rustico is used. This is a concern for the residents of the community of Rusticoville. Note that Google Maps recognizes this […]
Please reduce the speed limit to 30 km/hr through village of Hunter River, north along Rte 13 from the corner of Rte 2 until up past Karla’s Country Villas. When motorists turn North off of Rte 2 onto Rte 13 in Hunter River they are in a 50 km/hr zone already, and must slow significantly to make […]