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 […]
Water is not flowing well near driveway at 200 Line Road – on the northeast side. It collects and can freeze on the road. Needs to be reviewed to determine appropriate course of action.
Where Toronto Road meets Rte 13 in Mayfield the south-bound traffic on Rte 13 is allowed to pass. However it is very difficult to see north-bound traffic that may be turning left onto Toronto Road. The suggestion is that south-bound traffic not be allowed to pass near this intersection. There have been several close calls […]
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.
The bridge right down the road from my house, is currently underweight restrictions and heavy trucks can’t go over it because it’s supposed to get replaced this fall (Transfer trucks) yet every day I see these trucks going over the bridge and tearing it down even more then it already is. Is there a way […]
In 2008 the province of PEI signed a contract with Bell to “extend broadband services to every community in Prince Edward Island”. And Bell was the awarded all government telecommunications services – no public tender required. 11 years later Bell still hasn’t delivered. By January 2010 it was obvious that Bell wasn’t going to deliver […]
The lack of family doctors, and the wait times to see a doctor are two big issues that have been around for a long time. So, I was very happy to see that a “virtual medicine pilot project” or “telerounding” is being implemented at Western Hospital in Alberton (CBC article here). Since I ran for […]