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NEW LISTINGS

1.     1000 Cranes for Japan

Saturday, March 19 · 10:00am – 2:00pm
Confederation Court Mall, Charlottetown, PEI

PEI SELECT TOURS AND FRIENDS INVITE YOU TO JOIN IN AN EVENT TO SUPPORT FRIENDS AND FAMILY IN JAPAN…

We have all seen the unbelievable images of the recent events in Japan. The massive earthquake and nightmarish tsunami waves have destroyed homes and taken away so many lives.

Years ago when PEI’s own Green Gables house suffered damages due to a fire, many Japanese responded with donations and words of encouragement. Now that Japan has had such tragedy, we want its people to know that PEI has not forgotten their kindness.

Do you know the story of Sadako and the thousand paper cranes? After WWII and the Hiroshima disaster, many people fell ill. Sadako, a young and active girl, was one of these people. As she grew sicker, a friend told her the story of the cranes. If a sick person folded 1000 paper cranes, her wish to be well would be granted. Sadako never finished the thousand. She folded many hundred before her death and her classmates folded the rest.

We invite you to join PEI Select Tours and Friends as we fold cranes for Japan and collect much-needed donations. If you can volunteer to help with this event as a volunteer “folder” or you’d like to participate in some other way, please let us know. Thank you and see you Saturday!!

For more information, please contact info@peiselecttours.ca or deblois.elizabeth@gmail.com

2.   PEI Writers’ Guild 2011 Workshop Series (March and April)

“She Writes Like A Girl: Gender and the Writing Process”
Facilitated by Dr. Jane Magrath and Dr. Fiona Papps.
PEI Writers’ Guild 2011 Workshop Series
Co-sponsored with the Department of English at UPEI

WHEN and WHERE:
Saturday, March 19, 2011: UPEI Faculty Lounge
10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Ever thought you could know someone’s gender from their writing? Ever been wrong? Ever wondered if there’s something, you know, different about writing by women? Ever asked why they call some writing “chick lit”?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, this workshop is for you. In the workshop we’ll use a variety of techniques to explore the ways in which the writing process both genders and is gendered. Through an examination of writings by women and men, and through experiential writing exercises, we will discuss how issues of agency, voice, space, and time shape women’s writing processes and products.

Dr. Jane Magrath is Associate Professor of English Literature at the University of Prince Edward Island. She was the recipient of the 2004 Hessian Merit Award for Excellence in Teaching, and the 2006 Janet Pottie Murray Award for Educational Leadership. Dr. Fiona Papps is Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Prince Edward Island, and recipient of the 2006 Hessian Merit Award for Excellence in Teaching and the 2010 Milton Acorn Award for Poetry.

Cost: $20.00 for PEI Writers’ Guild Members, $30.00 for Non-Members, and $10.00 for students.

This workshop was made possible with funding from the PEI Department of Tourism and Culture.

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WRITING THE LANDSCAPE WEST
Deirdre Kessler: Writing Workshop Facilitator
PEI Writers’ Guild 2011 Workshop Series
In partnership with the Wyatt Programs

WHEN & WHERE
Saturday, April 9, 2011: Lefurgey Cultural Centre
205 Prince Street, Summerside. Call 902-432-1327 for directions
Time: 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. (starting promptly, refreshments served)

FOR WHOM
The workshop is open to writers at all levels of development who are interested in life writing, poetry, short fiction, creative nonfiction, or children’s stories.

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION
The natural world will be the touchstone for a number of timed writing exercises presented during the workshop. We will explore memory and experience, sudden insights and slow intuitive knowings.  We will experiment with making the shift from representing to responding to the natural world, from external to internal, from surface to essence.

How much can we abstract or distill or simplify what we see and still evoke both the place and our response to it? Explorations of style, structure, and content will be enhanced by exemplary texts, which will be provided to each workshop participant.

Deirdre Kessler is author of over two dozen books, including a recent collection of poetry, AFTERNOON HORSES, and award-winning children’s books, LOBSTER IN MY POCKET and BRUPP RIDES AGAIN. She spent this past autumn in Tasmania, where she was artist in residence in the Cataract Gorge, Launceston. Acorn Press will publish her new book for very young children, DREAMTIME, in fall 2011. She teaches creative writing and children’s literature at UPEI.

WORKSHOP FEES
PEI Writers’ Guild members $20.00, Non-members: $30.00, Students $15.00

CONTACT TO REGISTER or for more information
peiwritersguild@gmail.com
Please put in subject line (Attention: PEIWG Workshop Enrollment)
IF you have to contact by phone, call Yvette at 902-892-9788.

This workshop was made possible with funding from the PEI Department of Tourism and Culture.

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WRITING THE LANDSCAPE EAST
Writing workshop facilitator: Deirdre Kessler
PEI Writers’ Guild 2011 Workshop Series
In cooperation with Montague Library Writers’ Guild
& Southern Kings Arts Council

WHEN & WHERE
Saturday, April 16, 2011: Active Communities INC.
540 Main Street, Main Floor Boardroom, Montague, PE
Time: 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
(starting promptly, please enter by the side door, refreshments served)

FOR WHOM
The workshop is open to writers at all levels of development who are interested in life writing, poetry, short fiction, creative nonfiction, or children’s stories.

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION
The natural world will be the touchstone for a number of timed writing exercises presented during the workshop. We will explore memory and experience, sudden insights and slow intuitive knowings.  We will experiment with making the shift from representing to responding to the natural world, from external to internal, from surface to essence.

How much can we abstract or distill or simplify what we see and still evoke both the place and our response to it? Explorations of style, structure, and content will be enhanced by exemplary texts, which will be provided to each workshop participant.

Deirdre Kessler is author of over two dozen books, including a recent collection of poetry, AFTERNOON HORSES, and award-winning children’s books, LOBSTER IN MY POCKET and BRUPP RIDES AGAIN. She spent this past autumn in Tasmania, where she was artist in residence in the Cataract Gorge, Launceston. Acorn Press will publish her new book for very young children, DREAMTIME, in fall 2011. She teaches creative writing and children’s literature at UPEI.

WORKSHOP FEES
PEI Writers’ Guild members $20.00, Non-members: $30.00, Students $15.00

CONTACT TO REGISTER or for more information
peiwritersguild@gmail.com
Please put in subject line (Attention: PEIWG Workshop Enrollment)
IF you have to contact someone by phone, call Yvette at 902-892-9788.

This workshop was made possible with funding from the PEI Department of Tourism and Culture.

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WRITING FOR CHILDREN WORKSHOP
Deirdre Kessler: Writing Workshop Facilitator
PEI Writers’ Guild 2011 Workshop Series (Central)
Co-sponsored with the Department of English at UPEI

WHEN & WHERE
Saturday, April 30, 2011: UPEI, Main Building, Room 420
Presented before the 2011 PEI Writers’ Guild Annual General Meeting
Time: 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (starting promptly, refreshments served)

During this three-hour workshop participants will create storyboards for two children’s stories (one fiction; one non-fiction). Explorations of style, structure, and content will be enhanced by exemplary texts from Kessler’s extensive children’s literature collection.

Deirdre Kessler is author of over two dozen books, including a recent collection of poetry, AFTERNOON HORSES, and award-winning children’s books, LOBSTER IN MY POCKET and BRUPP RIDES AGAIN. She spent this past autumn in Tasmania, where she was artist in residence in the Cataract Gorge, Launceston. Acorn Press will publish her new book for very young children, DREAMTIME, in fall 2011. She teaches creative writing and children’s literature at UPEI.

WORKSHOP FEES
PEI Writers’ Guild members $20.00, Non-members: $30.00, Students $15.00

CONTACT TO REGISTER or for more information
peiwritersguild@gmail.com
Please put in subject line (Attention: PEIWG Workshop Enrollment)
IF you have to contact someone by phone, call Yvette at 902-892-9788.

This workshop was made possible with funding from the PEI Department of Tourism and Culture.

3.    FEDERAL BUDGET WATCH

You are Invited:

Please join the PSAC Area Council on Tuesday, March 22nd at 5:00 p.m for Budget Watch.
PSAC Boardroom 614 North River Road
Refreshments will be served.
For Information: Debi Buell ‐ 892‐5481

4.    The Future of Canadian Farming and Food Policy (GFII)

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada is hosting a series of public consultations across the country in order to solicit feedback on future programs and policy directions for agriculture; particularly for the policy framework of the flagship federal/provincial suite of programs known as, ‘Growing Forward.’

A public engagement session will be held in Charlottetown at the Delta Prince Edward, 18 Queen Street on March 30, 2011 as part of the development of the Growing Forward 2 (GF2) Policy Framework.  A full schedule for consultations in other parts of the country can be found on-line on AAFC’s website: http://www.agr.gc.ca/pol/gf2-ca2/index_e.php.  If you missed the opportunity to participate in your regional meeting, submit your comments electronically.

The objective of the session is to share the proposed approach to GF2 policy development and to solicit ideas.

Public input is key to the development of sound, effective and innovative policies that contribute to a vibrant agriculture, agri-food and agri-based sector.  We look forward to your participation at this important event.

For more information, email phil@ibspei.ca

You can register using the on-line registration form here:

http://www.agr.gc.ca/pol/gf2-ca2/index_e.php

5.    Women in Leadership School

On April 15 and 16, the PEI Coalition for Women in Government, will be hosting a leadership school, offering participants the opportunity to network with successful women leaders, provide skills-building workshops and direction to encourage women’s greater participation in politics and leadership.

The Honourable Sheila Copps, the first woman in Canada’s history to hold the position of Deputy Prime Minister, will present a keynote address on “How to Win Friends and Influence Politics” at a free public presentation on Friday, April 15. A Mentoring Dinner, hosted by Senator Catherine Callbeck, will provide participants with an informal opportunity to converse with Commonwealth Women Parliamentarians and PEI women politicians. Sessions will include Communicating with the Media, Using Social Media in Political Campaigns, Running a Campaign, and much more.

Prospective and current candidates and supporters, elected representatives, young women, and leaders from the community are encouraged to join us.

For an overview of the agenda and to register on-line visit www.womeningovernmentpei.ca

The PEI Coalition for Women in Government, established in 2004, is a multi-partisan coalition of individuals and organizations committed to increasing women’s opportunities to be elected to government in PEI and to advocate for the support of diversity of decision making at all elected levels.

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“How to Win Friends and Influence Politics”

Keynote Speaker: Honourable Sheila Copps
Tourism and Culinary Institute, Charlottetown
April 15, 2011, 7:30 pm

The PEI Coalition for Women in Government is pleased to announce that the Honourable Sheila Copps will be the keynote speaker at a free public presentation during the Women in Leadership School, April 15 and 16.

Ms Copps offers a deep knowledge of the workings of government, having served as an Ontario Provincial Government-Member of Parliament and assistant to the Leader of the Opposition from 1977 to 1984 and federally as Liberal Member of Parliament and Minister from 1984 to 2003. She was the first woman in Canada’s history to hold the position of Deputy Prime Minister. Since 2004, she has worked as a nationally syndicated columnist and broadcaster.

The Women in Leadership School will offer participants the opportunity to network with successful women leaders, provide skills-building workshops and direction to encourage women’s greater participation in politics and leadership. For more information visit: www.womeningovernmentpei.ca.

The Coalition, established in 2004, is a multi-partisan coalition of individuals and organizations committed to increasing women’s opportunities to be elected to government in PEI and to advocate for the support of diversity of decision making at all elected levels. The Coalition acknowledges financial support from Status of Women Canada.

For more information on these events, contact:
Sandy Kowalik
Email: sandy@womeningovernmentpei.ca

6.    Human Trafficking Workshop – Organized by PEI Family Violence Prevention Services Inc.

What is human trafficking?

* The United Nations definition of human trafficking is: The recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of persons, by means of the threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, of abduction, of fraud, of deception, of the abuse of power or of a position of vulnerability or of the giving or receiving of payments or benefits to achieve the consent of a person having control over another person, for the purpose of exploitation.

Intended Audience for the Workshop:  Service providers who could in the future be approached to provide information, resources, services, etc. to victims of human trafficking

Workshop Purpose: To increase participants’ awareness and knowledge about human trafficking and to assist service providers in their assessments and approaches to identify and manage cases related to human trafficking

Date:  Monday April 18, 2011
Location:  Rodd Charlottetown Hotel, 75 Kent Street Charlottetown

The workshop is free so please register as soon as possible because space is limited – Registrations will be accepted until Tuesday April 12, 2011

This workshop is sponsored by the Department of Justice Canada

For more information/registration, contact conference@fvps.ca

7.    Government of Canada Children’s Health and Safety Campaign

What’s the healthiest diet for your child?  Is the car seat you bought right for your vehicle?  How important are vaccinations in protecting children from disease?

Now you can access a wide range of dependable, up-to-date information on all kinds of topics in one place at www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/kids/. A Government of Canada web site that features key information from Health Canada, the Public Health Agency of Canada, Transport Canada, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, and Public Safety Canada.

You will find information about toy safety, injury prevention, nutrition and care of infants, as well as the latest recalls and safety alerts. In addition to the website, tools such as a customized interactive booklet and Facebook page are also available.

Visit the website regularly for news, information and advice about health and safety topics for your family!
– Health Canada

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SOME PREVIOUS LISTINGS

1.  PEIBWA Events

Lunch and Learn – Charlottetown
“Workplace Wellness”
Presented by: Wendy Chappell, The Whole Health & Fitness Studio

The workplace is a favourable setting for promoting Active Living and Wellness, whether you are the employer or the employee. Discover why, through the presentation of some EYE OPENING Statistics, your workplace should promote a culture that values workers health and physiological needs. This workshop will provide some useful on-the-spot antidotes to most-of-the-day sitting, keyboarding, text messaging, and workplace stress. You will learn ways to get up out of your chair and moving in health-inducing ways that will absolutely benefit both the employee and employer.

Location:      Best Western Charlottetown, Grafton Street, Charlottetown
North Court Building (across the street from main hotel)
Date:          Thursday, March 31st, 2011
Time:           12 noon- 1:30pm
Cost:            Members- $17.75 (includes GST), non-members $23.00 (includes GST) (Lunch is included in the cost)

To register, please contact Paula Laybolt by e-mail at paula@peibwa.org or by phone at (902) 892-6040.

Registration deadline: Tuesday, March 29th, 2011 at 4:00 p.m.

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Lunch and Learn – Summerside
“Say “YES TO YOUR DESK”
Presented by: Margie Villard, Fresh Perspective

Are you ready for a “Fresh Perspective” on Office Organizing?

This workshop will highlight the top 10 office organizing mistakes people make.  Learn how to improve the efficiency & productivity in your business or home office today.  Margie Villard, owner of Fresh Perspective, is the only Trained Professional Organizer on PEI, a member of Professional Organizers in Canada (POC) & Mastermind Organizers and the Secretary/Membership Coordinator for the POC Cyber Chapter which brings professional organizers from across the country together to keep up to date with the latest innovations and techniques in the organizing industry.

Location:      Loyalist Lakeview Resort, 195 Harbour Drive, Summerside
Date:           Thursday, March 31st, 2011
Time:           12 noon- 1:30pm
Cost:            Members- $17.75 (includes GST), non-members $23.00 (includes GST) (Lunch is included in the cost)

To register, please contact Elizabeth Noonan by e-mail at elizabeth@peibwa.org or by phone at (902) 436-0386.

Registration deadline: Tuesday, March 29th, 2011 at 4:00 p.m.

Please note: If you register for a Lunch and Learn session and are unable to attend, please let us know 48 hours in advance. People who do not cancel in advance will be invoice.

2.   PEI Citizen Advocacy’s 10th Prize Bingo Fundraiser

Friends and Supporters of PEI Citizen Advocacy,

COME PLAY PRIZE  BINGO FOR CITIZEN ADVOCACY! (even if you’ve never played before!)

On Tuesday, March 29th, 7.00 p.m. PEI Citizen Advocacy’s 10th annual prize bingo fundraiser will take place at Bingo Country on Riverside Drive., Charlottetown….with prizes valued at over 3,000 .

This is a fun evening for everyone, even if you’ve never played bingo before! The celebrity caller will be KIRK MACKINNON of Ocean 100.

Only $20 for admission and cards. Please come along, have a lot of fun and support a great cause!

For more information call Rosalind at 566-3523 or email at peica@eastlink.ca

Tickets at the door or in advance at the Voluntary Resource Centre, 81 Prince St., Charlottetown.

3.    Looking for new members!

The Sierra Club Canada Atlantic Canada Chapter Executive Committee is looking for new members! Sierra Club Canada Atlantic Canada Chapter gives the Earth a Voice across Atlantic Canada through providing advice on policy, pushing for greater environmental protection, and our environmental education programs.

The Executive Committee is looking for both regular members as well as youth representatives. Youth representatives are those candidates between the ages of 18-30 years old.

The Executive Committee meets monthly by teleconference and annually face to face at our AGM. We have been working hard to streamline efforts to suit the talents of our Executive Committee. We are interested in a multitude of backgrounds and expertise but have particular interest in anyone with financial management, legal, communications or fundraising backgrounds.

If interested please email christinamcld@gmail.com or call (902)444-3113.

http://atlantic.sierraclub.ca/en/executive-committee

4.   Seniors’ Symposia:  “Putting Your Affairs in Order”

The Community Legal Information Association (CLIA) will hold four Seniors’ Symposia across PEI in April and May.

The symposia, funded by the Seniors’ Secretariat of PEI and the Community Foundation of PEI, will provide information to help you plan ahead for your health, financial affairs, legal affairs and other concerns.  The sessions will run from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM.  Refreshments and a hot lunch will be provided.

There is no cost to participants but you must pre-register by calling CLIA at 892-0853 or 1-800-240-9798.

Please call to register for one of the following sessions:

April 2 – Summerside, Credit Union Place – pre-register by March 25
April 9 – Montague, Cavendish Farms Health and Wellness Centre – pre-register by April 2
April 16 – Wellington, Legion – pre-register by April 8
May 14 – Charlottetown, Murchison Centre – pre-register by May 6

5.    Taste of Ukraine: Lecture and Tea Fundraiser

The public is cordially invited to attend an evening exploring and celebrating the architecture and culture of Ukraine at Beaconsfield’s Carriage House on Monday, April 4, 2011 (Storm date April 5). Well-known author, James W. Macnutt QC will present an illustrated talk describing his experiences and observations from his travels to Ukraine- a country that has some of the most distinctive, attractive and historically significant architecture in Eastern Europe. Mr. Macnutt has visited many of the former “East Block” countries and will comment on the similarities and differences among them in terms of their built heritage. Members of the PEI Ukrainian community, in authentic dress, will provide traditional Ukrainian and Canadian desserts and display crafts. Money raised during the evening from ticket sales, donations and a silent auction will support the Institute for Architectural Studies & Conservation’s educational endeavours. A limited number of seats are available. Doors open at 6.30 pm. Tickets go on sale March 1 (advance $12. and $15 at the door) and will be available at Beaconsfield Historic House or from Institute members. For more information, please call 892-8187 or 368-6603. Please come, bring your friends and enjoy what will prove to be an educational and colourful evening. The Institute for Architectural Studies & Conservation A Committee of The Prince Edward Island Museum and Heritage Foundation.

6.    Conference

The Joint Chair in Women’s Studies at the University of Ottawa and Carleton University invites you to a Conference on Feminists, Scholars, and Activists at the Pivot Point

When:       Monday March 21, 2011
Time:         9:30 am -1:00 pm
Where:      Senate Room, Tabaret Hall room 083,
550 Cumberland, University of Ottawa

Pamela Walker, incumbent of the Joint Chair in Women’s Studies is pleased to hold this event to examine how feminist scholarship and activism come together in our work.

Welcome to our speakers:

Denyse Côté  is a full professor in the Department of Social Work, at the Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO).

Diana Majury is a full professor in the Law Department and the Associate Dean (Research and Graduate Affairs) of the Faculty of Public Affairs, at Carleton University.

Ruth Phillips holds a Canada Research Chair in Aboriginal Art and Culture and is a full professor of Art History at Carleton University.

Anette Sikka is a lawyer and a doctoral candidate at the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa.

Kathryn Trevenen is an assistant professor at the Institute of Women’s Studies and the School of Political Studies at the University of Ottawa.

A question and answer period will follow.
The event will be bilingual with simultaneous translation.
Free admission.

For more information, please contact Hélène Boudreault, 613-520-6644

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La Chaire conjointe en études des femmes, de l’Université d’Ottawa et Carleton University vous invite à une Conférence portant sur les Féministes, universitaires et militantes au point de convergence

Quand:      Lundi, le 21 mars 2011
Heure:       9 h 30-13 h 00
Où:            Salle du Sénat, pièce 083, Pavillon Tabaret
550 Cumberland, Université d’Ottawa

Pamela Walker, titulaire de la Chaire conjointe en études des femmes, a le plaisir d’organiser cet événement qui permettra d’explorer comment la recherche féministe universitaire et le militantisme se rejoignent dans notre travail.

Bienvenue à nos conférencières :

Denyse Côté est professeure titulaire au Département de travail social à l’Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO).

Diana Majury est professeure titulaire au Département de droit et doyenne associée (recherche et études supérieures) de la Faculty of Public Affairs de l’Université Carleton.

Ruth Phillips détient la Chaire de recherche du Canada en art et culture authochtones et est professeure titulaire en histoire de l’art à l’Université Carleton.

Anette Sikka est avocate et doctorante à la Faculté de droit de l’Université d’Ottawa.

Kathryn Trevenen est professeure adjointe à l’Institut d’études des femmes et à l’École d’études politiques de l’Université d’Ottawa.

Une période de questions suivra.

Il s’agit d’un événement bilingue, offrant la traduction simultanée.

Entrée libre.

Pour plus d’information, prière de contacter Hélène Boudreault, au 613-520-6644

7.  Submissions Wanted for 3rd UPEI Diversity Office Zine
(original or credited works with permission)

Get Published!!!
Deadline: Thursday, March 31

  • Art
  • Poems
  • Songs
  • Fiction
  • Non-fiction
  • Images
  • Cartoons
  • Short essays
  • Other creative inspirations

Drop off your submissions to Student Services
Or email Ruth rfreeman@upei.ca

For further information, please go to upei.ca/do

8.   Upcoming Gerontology Information Sessions at UPEI

UPEI recently received a grant from the National Institute for the Care of the Elderly (NICE) to establish a Gerontology Interest Group. NICE selected four universities across Canada to participate in this initiative to provide an interactive and interdisciplinary learning ground for students interested in the study of aging. The project aims to increase the number of professionals available to work with Canada’s aging population now, and in the future.

Anyone with an interest in the study of aging is welcome to drop in for all or part of these NICE events on campus. Each of the on-campus meetings will be held in Schurman Market Square, MacDougall Hall on:

March 9: 12-1:30 pm
March 23: 4:30-6 pm

In addition, we will be holding two meetings off-campus in order to generate interest in Gerontology for mature students, off-campus students, and those interested in becoming a student.

March 9: 7-8:30 pm, Studio Theatre at the Confederation Centre, Charlottetown
March 30: 7- 8:30 pm, Convention Centre at Credit Union Place, Summerside

Gerontologists will be present at each meeting to discuss their experiences in the field of aging and to provide information on educational opportunities, careers, and volunteer opportunities.

Refreshments will be provided at each meeting. All welcome!

For more information, please contact Dr. Lori Weeks, the Faculty Advisor for this project at lweeks@upei.ca or 566-0528.
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Community Events and Notices are forwarded to you by the PEI Advisory Council on the Status of Women for your information and interest. The PEI Status of Women cannot guarantee the accuracy of notices or control re-postings, and does not necessarily endorse every notice or event posted.

Note: The deadline for receiving notices/events to post is by noon on Thursdays. For further information or questions specifically relating to any notices or events, please contact the individual or organization hosting the community event.

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PEI Advisory Council on the Status of Women
PO Box 2000 (161 St. Peter’s Road), Charlottetown, PE C1A 7N8
tel: 902 368 4510
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peistatusofwomen@eastlink.ca
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