Community Notices


1.  CANCELLED – Forum on Guaranteed Annual Income

The PEI Working Group for a Livable Income regrets that it is forced to CANCEL the forum on guaranteed annual income planned for Tuesday, April 24.

The guest speaker, Dr. Evelyn Forget, is unable to come to PEI as planned.

We are very sorry for the inconvenience and would appreciate your help spreading the word about the cancellation. Thank you.

2.  PEI’s Pro-Choice Movement to Hold ‘Speak-Out’

Thursday, April 26th
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
The Guild, corner of Queen and Richmond Street, Charlottetown
Light refreshments provided. Donations accepted at the door.

On Thursday, April 26th at 7pm, the PEI Abortion Rights Network is holding a ‘Speak-Out’ at the Guild, in Charlottetown. PEI Women of many different ages will share their experiences with reproductive choice. Focusing on abortion and the morning after pill, the intention of this event is to change the culture of shame and silence around these topics through the act of storytelling.

Speak-Outs have played an important role in the history of the Pro-Choice movement as powerful events that break the culture of fear and shame that serve to silence women. Of particular note is the Redstocking Speak-Out that disrupted the 1969 New York Legislative hearing about abortion which was to include only twelve men and a catholic nun as speakers.

According to a spokesperson for the PEI Abortion Rights Network, the Speak-Out is highlighting both the lack of abortion access on PEI and the regressive politics surrounding  a debate taking  place on the same day in the federal legislature. The Conservative-initiated debate on the personhood of a fetus is taking place despite Prime Minister Harper’s election promise that the Conservatives would not open the abortion debate while he was prime minister.

“This ‘Speak-Out’ is PEI women’s response to the federal debate. We are saying this is not a theoretical debate, and this is not an excuse to play politics. This is about our lives.”

For more information, contact Colleen MacQuarrie (902) 437-6495.

3.  Books Without Barriers Fundraiser

Books without Barriers is a unique fundraiser for PEI Council of People with Disabilities.  It will be a fun evening where you have the chance to own the favourites of the ‘famous’.  Wade Lynch will be the Host and Auctioneer, so come ready for an evening of elegant hilarity.  There will be light refreshments, a cash bar, live and silent auctions, and live entertainment.

6:00 – 9:30 pm.
Thursday April 26th
Mavor’s Bistro and Studio One, Confederation Centre

For tickets call Judith at 902-892-9149 extn 233 or email her at

4.  What Men Don’t Tell Women in Business

We had some technical difficulties with the event discount codes this past weekend so we have decided to EXTEND the discount!

Register NOW to receive $30 off the price of a full event pass by using the code “ghostceo”
The link for event registrations is:

Event Details:
Following up on a successful event in Halifax last year, Chris Flett is touring Atlantic Canada again, and will be in Charlottetown on Thursday April 26, 2012.  Chris Flett will be speaking on “What Men Don’t Tell Women in Business”, based on his best selling book.  This event is being presented in partnership with RBC, Heather Wilson International, momcafé, and platform for women.

We would love for you to forward the invitation to anyone else you feel might be interested.  It is a great chance for women to get together and really connect.

Charlottetown business women will have two opportunities to hear Chris speak.  He will be leading an intensive morning session along with PEI native Tasha Richard of the Ghost CEO Women’s Leadership Program.  This half-day session brings to light the three fundamentals for any professional woman looking to advance her career:

1)    Having a clear big picture and plan for their career
2)    Understanding how to increase professional value (reputation, quality of contacts, and unique skills & expertise) throughout their career
3)    Building a powerful business network that produces clients, opportunities, and support

When participants leave the room, they will have at their disposal, some of the most powerful planning tools known to the industry. These tools will be relevant now and throughout their careers.

As well, in the afternoon we have the privilege of hearing Chris Flett, author of “What Men Don’t Tell Women in Business” give a very special keynote address. During this session Chris will share with participants an authentic Alpha Male’s account of what has happened to business in the last 40 years, what drives Alpha Males in business, and the ways that professional women unknowingly give up their power in business to men. This discussion covers all the things men discuss at the water cooler, in the locker room, and in the board room when women aren’t present. Participants should come prepared for a truthful look inside the Alpha Male’s playbook of business.

CHRIS FLETT, who hails from New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, is an author, speaker,entrepreneur, and instigator of the new model of business. He is the founder of the Ghost CEO business coaching model for women, is a best-selling author who has appeared on the Today Show, MSNBC, Fox Business Network, and who’s work has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Entrepreneur magazine. (

Date: April 26, 2012
Location: UPEI
Women’s Leadership Program   $100.00 + tax
UPEI McMillan Hall

Keynote Address              $45.00 + tax
UPEI McDougall Hall

Event Package                $135 + tax

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Cheers, Jessica McCall,  e:
p: 902.405.8567
c: 902.222.7150
f: 902.405.8577

5.  A Dazzling Evening of Fashion and Finance

Saturday April 28th
Cocktails 6:30pm
At the Culinary Institute

Tickets $60 available at Canada Trusts, Moving Design, and Liquid Gold

Contact Susan @ 439-6767 for Info   /  Proceeds to PEI Women’s Shelters

6.  May Day Event Being Planned – From Kathie Harris

On May 1, workers from around the world come together at demonstrations, marches, and rallies to discuss political/economic problems and to demand government accountability in resolving them. Within Canada, the list of things to worry about is growing at an unbelievable rate: there is building evidence that our election was severely tampered with via a Robo-Calling Scam; we are experiencing a massive set of cuts to social welfare programs including C@P sites, addictions treatment, rehabilitation programs, and Indigenous health-care; the approval of mass cuts to important pillars of society such as the CBC and Elections Canada; the introduction of massive layoff programs such as at Veterans Affairs, Health Canada, and Employment Insurance processing centers. All of this is being done with seemingly NO consideration of negative impacts such as how these shifts impact quality of life and accessibility of services. Despite justifying these cuts through the language of ?austerity?, federal and provincial governments continue to invest tax dollars into unnecessary programming/infrastructure such as a series of rolling hills in Borden, construction of several jails (despite low crime rates), the operation of an internet surveillance network that severely threatens Canadian privacy (proposed), and the purchasing of fighter-jets to name a few. They also habitually ignore issues of land-use and withdraw support from environmental protection and management programs.

Despite wide-scale reactions from Canadians, federal and provincial governments seem to have heeded little attention to the ever-growing number of protests, petitions, emails and phone-calls directed to them by concerned citizens asking them to act on our behalf in Parliament and Legislature. In this sense, the concerns of everyday Canadians are continuously being brushed off by the very officials we have elected to work on our behalf (although at this point, Robo-Gate throws even the issue of whether that is a valid statement).


Please join us in front of Province House on Tuesday, May 1 from 4:00-5:30 for a Mayday/May Day Prince Edward Island rally where we will come together and voice issues that matter to us as Islanders and Canadians. The purpose of this rally is to demand that our officials begin acting for us, the people whom they were elected to represent. Transparency, accountability, and discussion are important parts of democratic society and we believe that they are brought back into the political process, provincially and federally.

Here is the link to the facebook event page:

For more info,
Katie Harris, BA (Hons), MA
Ph.D. Student, Economic Anthropology
Dalhousie University – Halifax, NS, Canada

7.  Upcoming Workshop

The PEI Coalition for Women in Government will be offering a workshop for municipal councillors (both male and female) across PEI, as well as one for the general public.

The Key to Collaborative Decision Making and Problem Solving: Interest-based Skills for Meetings and One-to-One Negotiations  – Presented by Kirstin Lund

For Queen’s County municipal councillors
Saturday, May 19, 9-4   
Fox Meadow Golf & Country Club
167 Kinlock Road, Stratford

For general public
Thursday, May 31, 9-4  
Howard Johnson Dutch Inn
Transcanada Highway, North River

For Prince County municipal councillors
Friday, June 1, 9-4    
Rodd Mill River,
180 Mill River Resort Rd. – Route 136, O’Leary

For King’s County municipal councillors
Monday, June 4, 9-4    
The Georgetown Historic Inn,
62 Richmond Street, Georgetown

This one-day basic skills building session will focus on the key skills of collaboration: interest-based problem solving. These skills are essential tools for moving forward with good solutions and good relationships and are transferable from committee meetings to negotiations with colleagues to one to one problem solving with constituents.

There is no charge to attend.  Lunch and breaks will be provided. Please register on-line at

*Kirstin Lund is a mediator, facilitator and conflict resolution trainer. A faculty member of UPEI’s Centre for Conflict Resolution Studies since leaving the practice of law in 1996, Kirstin has trained thousands of people in conflict resolution and communication skills.

The PEI Coalition for Women in Government is a multi-partisan coalition of individuals and organizations committed to increasing women’s opportunities to be elected to government in PEI.
For more information visit

8.  Round Two of Community Micro-Grants Projects Announced

The City of Charlottetown is inviting citizens to be architects of our City’s future and Integrated Community Sustainability Plan. Following up the pilot Community Micro – Grants Project in the Fall of 2011, the City is, once again, offering financial support for the development of community initiatives that demonstrate a commitment to create a healthier, vibrant and Sustainable City.

“Last fall community groups designed and implemented three fabulous projects,” said Mayor Clifford Lee. “These micro-grant projects stimulated community action and engaged citizens in creative community efforts, and generated real accomplishments citizens can take pride in.”

The three projects that received Community Micro Grants in 2011 include; The Street Transformation Project hosted by Cycle PEI, The Rag Tag Players Youth Theatre Troup full-time after school art program and the Upper Prince Street Neighbourhood’s Street Tulips & Stories project designed to foster dialogue and pride within this heritage street community.

“The Micro-Grants project was established to create awareness of, and opportunity for, collaboration to build a more vibrant, healthy and sustainable City,” said Councillor Rob Lantz, Chair of the City’s Sustainability Committee. “This project was a great success last fall and we welcome applicants to propose new ways for how we can work toward the goals and actions in our plan collectively.”

The City is currently accepting proposals for the second round of grants, until May 14th, 2012. There will be two streams of grants; one for youth and school groups (a maximum of $1,000) and another for other groups and organizations (a maximum of $2,500).

The project guidelines and application forms are available on the City’s website ( A review committee will grant funding based on each initiative’s potential to achieve the goals and actions of the City’s Sustainability Plan.

For more information, plan to attend one of two public information sessions being held Wednesday, April 25, 2012 at City Hall.  All are welcome.

1.      12:00 -1:00 p.m., Parkdale Room, 2nd floor
2.      5:00 – 6:00 p.m., Parkdale Room, 2nd floor

“It’s been very encouraging to see the degree of enthusiasm for this project,” said Laura MacPherson, the City’s Sustainability Coordinator. “We look forward to supporting local efforts and celebrating local expertise that has already begun work on some of our community’s goals and actions outlined in our Sustainability Plan.”

Contact: Laura S. MacPherson, Sustainability Coordinator / tel: (902) 629-4094 /



1.  Atlantic Summer Institute on Healthy and Safe Communities – Call for Presentations

Inspiration to Action: Leadership for Active Communities
Holland College, Charlottetown, PEI
August 22 – 24, 2012

Call for Presentations (Carousel Format)

Have you worked in a program or project that was inspired by a great idea? Have you developed an innovative policy to influence the health and safety of your community? Have you seen positive results that you would like to share with others? If yes, we invite you to share your experience with others at the 2012 Atlantic Summer Institute on Healthy and Safe Communities (ASI)!

The ASI is calling for presentations that profile promising practices, programs, policies, experiences or lessons learned that relate to the theme of leadership and active communities, and connect with: gender; social and economic development; crime prevention and community safety; health promotion; and environmental sustainability.

We welcome presentations in French and/or English to be featured during the “Atlantic Community Showcase”Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012 as part of the Atlantic Summer Institute to be held in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. We will give priority to proposals from Atlantic Canada but we also encourage others to submit ideas.

The deadline for submissions is Friday May 1st, 2012 at 12:00 noon (Atlantic).

Please pass this along to anyone you know who might be interested. (


Institut d’été sur les collectivités sûres et en santé au Canada atlantique
Leadership pour les collectivités actives : transformation de l’inspiration en action
Holland College, Charlottetown (Î.-P.-É.)
Du 22 au 24 août 2012

Appel de présentations (format carrousel)

Avez-vous travaillé dans le cadre d’un programme ou d’un projet qui a été inspiré par une grande idée? Avez-vous élaboré une politique innovante afin d’influer sur la santé et la sécurité de votre collectivité? Avez-vous constaté des résultats positifs que vous souhaiteriez partager avec d’autres personnes? Si oui, nous souhaitons vous inviter à partager votre expérience avec les autres au cours de l’Institut d’été sur les collectivités sûres et en santé au Canada atlantique de 2012!

L’Institut d’été de l’Atlantique (IEA) lance un appel de présentations qui mettent en évidence des pratiques prometteuses, des programmes, des politiques, des expériences ou des leçons apprises en rapport avec le thème de leadership et de collectivités actives (le genre, le développement social et économique, la prévention du crime et la sécurité communautaire, la promotion de la santé, et la durabilité de l’environnement).

Nous serons ravis de recevoir des présentations en françaisou en anglais pour les « Exposés sur la communauté atlantique » le mercredi 22 août 2012, dans le cadre de l’Institut d’été de l’Atlantique qui aura lieu à Charlottetown (Île-du-Prince-Édouard). Nous donnerons la priorité aux propositions venant du Canada atlantique mais encourageons également les candidats d’autres régions à soumettre leurs idées.

La date limite pour les soumissions est levendredi 1ermai 2012 à midi (heure de l’Atlantique). Veuillez communiquer cette information à toutes les personnes qui pourraient être intéressées. (

2. “Women on the Move”

Women’s Employability Program
12 weeks – ( 8 weeks classroom, 4 weeks work experience )
Training allowance provided, some child care and travel

For women ages: 30-54

Not on EI or EI eligible

Starting soon –

To apply: Tel: 436-9856 or email:
East Prince Women’s Information Centre, 109 Water Street, Summerside, PEI
Funders: Interministerial Women’s Secretariat, Status of Women Canada, Skills PEI LMA

3.  Call for Nominations for Outstanding Volunteers

April 13th, 2012- April 15 to 21, 2012 marks the 70th annual National Volunteer Week which pays tribute to the millions of volunteers who graciously donate their time and energy to Canadian communities. Volunteers are crucial to a healthy, vital community. The province of Prince Edward Island is unique; our voluntary organizations do more with less funding, and less paid staff than any other province. Volunteers and non-profit organizations offer countless services to thousands of Islanders that would not otherwise be available.

To celebrate volunteers and what they offer to the community, the Voluntary Resource Council (VRC) of PEI is inviting nominations for outstanding volunteers. The work of the VRC is to support and build capacity amongst voluntary organizations in PEI.

Non-profit organizations and associations in Prince Edward Island are invited to nominate an outstanding volunteer for special recognition.The selected outstanding volunteers will be recognized at the Voluntary Resource Council’s annual Breakfast Gala to be held in October.

Nominations should include: the name and contact information of the volunteer and the organization/association, the mission of the organization/association, and a description of the contributions of this individual.

Nominations can be submitted by email to, or by mail to Voluntary Resource Council, 81 Prince Street, Charlottetown, PEI C1A 4R3. The deadline for nominations will be June 15th, 2012.

4.  National Research Day 2012 – Sexual Violence, Domestic Violence / Journée nationale de la recherche 2012 – Violence sexuelle, violence conjugale

Proposal Submission Deadline: April 30, 2012 / Date limite pour la soumission de propositions: 30 avril 2012

The FREDA Centre for Research on Violence Against Women and Children (School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University), in partnership with the Alliance of Canadian Research Centres on Violence, the Canadian Observatory on the Justice System’s Response to Intimate Partner Violence, the Ending Violence Association of British Columbia, and our National and Regional Advisory Committees invites you to submit presentation proposals for our National Research Day 2012, November 7-9, in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Conference Theme:

Sexual violence, domestic violence: Exploring the continuum of violence against women and girls

The conference will bring together community-based anti-violence organizations and service providers; social workers, health care providers, and criminal justice personnel; women in all their diversity who have lived experiences of violence; government and policy makers; and academic and community-based researchers to explore the continuum of violence against women and girls.

Please see attached Call for Presentations (English and French) or visit our website for further information and submission instructions:

Proposal Submission Deadline: April 30, 2012

We look forward to your submission!

The FREDA Centre


Veuillez distribuer sur vos réseaux. Nos excuses pour les envois multiples.

Le FREDA Centre for Research on Violence Against Women and Children (School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University), en partenariat avec l’Alliance des centres de recherche canadiens sur la violence, l’Observatoire canadien sur les mesures judiciaires prises pour contrer la violence conjugale, Ending Violence Association of British Columbia, et nos comités consultatifs nationaux et régionaux, vous invite à soumettre des propositions de présentation pour notre Journée nationale de la recherche, du 7 au 9 novembre 2012 à Vancouver, C.-B.

Thème de la conférence:

Violence sexuelle, violence conjugale: Exploration du continuum de la violence faite aux femmes et aux filles

La conférence réunira des organismes communautaires et fournisseurs de services œuvrant contre la violence; travailleurs sociaux, fournisseurs de soins de santé, et personnel du système judiciaire; femmes, dans toute leur diversité, ayant vécu des expériences de violence; fonctionnaires et décideurs de politiques; universitaires et chercheurs œuvrant dans le milieu communautaire afin d’explorer le continuum de la violence faite aux femmes et aux filles.

Veuillez consulter l’appel de présentations ci-joint (en anglais et français) ou visiter notre site web pour de plus amples renseignements ainsi que les instructions de soumission :

Date limite pour la soumission de propositions: 30 avril 2012

Nous attendons avec anticipation vos soumissions!

Le FREDA Centre

5.  Bonshaw Ceilidh April 29th

The monthly Ceilidh Concert at the Bonshaw Hall is set for 7-9 pm on Sunday, April 29th. Special guest performers are Bar Stool Conspiracy, a folk and bluegrass trio made up of Patrick Campbell, Larry Yeo and
Wade Silliker, plus stepdancers Jessica Watts and Caitlyn McCloskey. We’ll also have local musicians, including Herbie MacDonald and Tony Reddin, plus a 50/50 draw, lunch, and open stage time. All ages are
welcome. Admission is by donation, with proceeds this month going to the PEI Parkinson Society. For more information, phone 675-4093 or 675-2855.

6. PEIBWA Upcoming Events

Lunch and Learn – Charlottetown

“The Anti-Social Network: Should You ‘Friend’ Employees or Blog About Work?”
Presented by: Constance Robinson – HRA

To borrow a sentiment from Spiderman, ‘With great power comes great responsibility.’ The communication power of on-line social networks not only has the potential for great branding and marketing power through your employees and clients, it also has the potential for risk and liability for employers. Personal and professional boundaries blur when we post information on the internet. This actually raises the bar on assessing the kinds of information and sharing that we put into the either.

Join Constance as she explores some of the workplace challenges of social networking, and best practices for the workplace.

Location: Rodd Charlottetown Hotel, 75 Kent Street, Charlottetown
Date: Tuesday, May 8th, 2012
Time: 12 noon- 1:30pm
Cost: Members- $17.75 (includes GST), non-members $23.00 (includes GST)

To register, please contact Paula Laybolt by e-mail at or by phone at (902) 892-6040 or Toll Free 1-866-892-6040. Registration deadline: Friday, May 4th, 2012 at 4:00 pm.


Lunch and Learn – Summerside
“Strategies for Hiring and Retaining the Best and Brightest”
Presented by: Michelle Askew, HR Coordinator with the City of Summerside

Never before has understanding the generations been more important than now as 4 generations work together with very different goals, perceptions and expectations.  Michelle will speak about the generations, managing the gap, recruiting and retaining in a diverse market that will be the most competitive in history.  She will provide insight and tools to assist you in understanding how to hire and retain the best and brightest for your business.

Location: Loyalist Lakeview Resort, 195 Harbour Drive, Summerside (Across from Harbourfront Theatre)
Date:     Thursday, May 17th, 2012
Time:     12 noon- 1:30pm
Cost:     Members- $17.75 (includes GST), non-members $23.00 (includes GST)

To register, please contact Elizabeth Noonan by e-mail at or by phone at (902) 436-0386 or Toll Free 1-877-268-2111.   Registration deadline: Tuesday, May 15th, 2012 at 4:00 pm.

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 invoiced.

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 invoiced.

7. Earth Day Art Show

Visual artists of all ages are invited to submit an art piece for the one-day Earth Day Art Show at Murphy’s Community Centre, 200 Richmond St., Charlottetown on Saturday, April 21 from 2 pm to 6 pm. This exhibit will be part of the Earth Day Expo and Concert event (Facebook event is at ‘Earth Day Art Show in Charlottetown’ – ), and will include the 2nd Annual ‘Clothesline Art’ Installation to mark international Hanging Out Day, which celebrates the active beauty of clotheslines.Young and old can get free assistance at the art tables to decorate clothing or fabric with messages for Earth Day. Materials will be provided.

Please bring your work to the Murphy’s Community Centre between 1pm and 3pm on April 21st. For more information go to the Facebook event page, or contact Marion Copleston,, phone 675-4093. Please let us know if you’re bringing a big art piece or class/group collection. The Earth Day Art Show is presented by the PEI Branch of Sierra Club Canada ( ) and the Confederation Centre Arts Education Department.


Earth Day Expo and Concert-
A Celebration with Art, Music, Theatre, Films, Food, Displays and more!

You are invited to attend, the Earth Day Environmental Expo and Concert Saturday, April 21st at the Murphy’s Community Centre, Richmond St,Charlottetown

A fun filled experience for all ages, with lots of activities supporting environmental action and awareness. Everything takes place at Murphy’s Community Centre Gymnasium on Richmond Street in Charlottetown from 2pm to 1am (as Earth Day officially starts).

The event begins with the Environmental Expo of information booths, live music, activities and displays from 2 to 7pm, followed by the concert with cash bar at 8 pm.

Music/Performance Schedule

2pm Alex Matheson
2:30 Tony Reddin, Jordan MacPhee
3pm Ashley Condon
3:45 Chuck Arsenault
4 pm Music Man Michael Pendergast
4:30 The Murphy’s Centre Theatre Troupe- “Where the Wild Things Are”!
5pm Teachers in Harmony and Friends’ Choir
5:45 pm the PEI Gaia Singers
6:30 The Fresh Air Inspectors

10 Strings & A Goatskin
Jordan Cameron
The Downwalls
Wake Up Earthquake
Bad Habits
Arrows In The Air

– The Murphy’s Centre Theatre Troupe- “Where the Wild Things Are”!
– Earth Day Art Show!
– Clothesline art, nature art, and photography from local schools and artists!
– Seed planting with Vesey’s Seeds!
– PEI Forest, Fish and Wildlife Division’s display booth on “Urban Wildlife”!
-Raven Sky, Aromatics Personal Care products display by Tink & Ginger Salon Boutique
– Water Wizardry!
-Green Cleaning Products Display by Green To Go Cleaning Company
– Reading tent with Earth Day-themed books!, “The Lorax”!
– Earth Day Promise Tree!
– Free snacks while they last!
– Information displays: environmental action and awareness!
– Much more!

The event is part of the Canada-wide Earth Day celebrations. Last year more than 6 million Canadians joined 1 billion people in over 170 countries in staging activities and projects to address local environmental issues.

The 2012 Earth Day Expo and Concert is sponsored by Metro Credit Union, Murphy’s Community Centre, and Tink ‘n Ginger Salon Boutique; and presented by the PEI branch of Sierra Club Canada, The City of Charlottetown, the ECO Change Co-op, the Confederation Centre Art Education Department, Katimavik Charlottetown, and the Murphy’s Community Centre Youth Programs.

For more information please phone 675-4093 or 626-4364,
or go to the facebook event page

8.  Lawn Care Presentation – New Date

Reserve Thursday April 26th at 7pm at the Confederation Centre Library for a presentation on organic lawn care (originally scheduled for April 5th). Learn everything you need to know about creating a healthy attractive lawn without pesticides. Presented by Sid Annema of Safe Tea Lawn Treatments, Oyster Bed Bridge. For more info call 675-4093 or email


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.

Notices will also be posted shortly on our blog, Women’s Equality PEI at . If you do not wish to receive this weekly community notice, please reply and let us know by typing – Unsubscribe – in the subject line.

PEI Advisory Council on the Status of Women
PO Box 2000 (161 St. Peter’s Road), Charlottetown, PE C1A 7N8
tel: 902 368 4510
fax: 902 368 3269


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: