It is clear that the Municipal Government Act targets small communities. Small municipalities are targeted for amalgamation and/or dissolution. Unincorporated communities are targeted for annexation. In Spring 2018 the entire Liberal caucus voted down my Private Members Bill (Bill 111). Bill 111 would have given unincorporated communities a voice in the amalgamation process. Bill 111 […]
I’ve been approached by a number of constituents and residents in the area of parcel PID 94722 at the junction of Matheson Lane and MacKay Lane, with concerns that their access through this property to the shore of the Trout River will be blocked. They have shown via deeds and research of the history of […]
Mr. Speaker, today I rise to pay tribute to the victims of the recent tragedy in Toronto and victims across the country who suffer in silence every day. Mr. Speaker, over the last few days we’ve learned that the man who killed 10 people by driving a van down a busy street in Toronto on […]
Members Statement: Community Leaders April 6, 2018, Brad Trivers, MLA District 18 Rustico- Emerald Mr. Speaker, it is my absolute pleasure to rise today and salute the leaders in our communities. Mr. Speaker, community leaders are often volunteers – members of service organizations like the Women’s Institute, Lions Club, and Rotary Club – or church […]
“There are thousands of All Terrain Vehicles on PEI but the current government has no plan in place to support the PEI ATV Federation in building safe places to ride, get fuel, and access restaurants and accommodations” stated Prince Edward Island Progressive Conservative Leadership candidate Brad Trivers. “As PC leader and future Premier of PEI, […]
Island communities are strong and will continue to thrive if our government gets back to basics – supporting communities by focusing on Infrastructure (roads, affordable energy, high speed internet), Education and Health Care.
Maritime Electric has officially announced that a new power substation will be built on the Bagnall Road, and is expected to be complete by the end of 2017 at the latest. Special thanks to the working group that worked so hard to ensure that Maritime Electric was presented with acceptable solutions for the surrounding communities. Also […]
Thanks to the hard work of the working group, and Maritime Electric, the following power transmission lines and sub-station routes have been proposed for what was originally known as the “New Glasgow Sub-Station”. Thanks to Ken Brown for creating this Google Map of the proposed routes with information markers. Just click on a marker to […]
The Emerald Community Centre should have a generator put in and be designated as an emergency operations and “warming” centre in case of disasters or emergency situations. References PEI Emergency Management – Municipalities and Businesses The Office of Public Safety works closely with provincial agencies, boards, commissions and departments, as well as private industry, to […]
“A taxi service is much needed in North Rustico. Especially, this would give freedom to those who cannot drive – much needed especially for seniors to seek medical treatment and food.” Notes from Brad This sort of service would be great not only in North Rustico, but in most of District 18.