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Catholic Women meet

Over 600 Catholic women will gather at the Delta Prince Edward Hotel August 6 to 9 for The Catholic  [ ... ]

FLOTILLA

FLOTILLA/FLOTTILLE is a new gathering focusing on nomadic and temporary elements of contemporary art [ ... ]

The City of Charlottetown's Water and Sewer Utility Department reminds the public that seasonal water use restrictions are in effect as of June 1 and continue until September 30, 2017.

The City’s seasonal water restrictions are mandatory and allow for outdoor watering only in the early morning and evening hours. The hosing off of driveways and other hard surfaces is prohibited under the seasonal restrictions.

The Winter River watershed is most vulnerable to water extraction during the summer and it is important for all residents to follow the mandatory water restrictions to ease the strain on the watershed during the drier months.

The City asks that customers use water carefully, both indoors and outdoors, in order to preserve and protect water supplies. If conditions remain dry and the water extraction rates are high, the Utility will implement water shortage restrictions that prohibit all lawn watering and limit car washing to once per week.

The Utility also released its annual Water Report, which includes general Utility information, the annual Water Distribution and Chemistry Analysis Reports and more information on water restrictions, as well as other programs. charlottetown.ca/waterutility.phpcharlottetown.ca/wateruserestrictions.php 

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Some Upcoming Events

Country Legends with Nudie

Nudie’s summer music series at Harmony House Saturdays until August 26
Harmony House Island cou [ ... ]

Rendez-vous

Annual Rendez-vous Rustico features Lennie Gallant July 30
Rustico The 23rd annual festival Rendez- [ ... ]

Wake the River Clyde

Summer Pageant seeks people to participate July 29–30 & August 4–6
New Glasgow The River Cl [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

Best medicine

Profile: Raymond Arsenault by Jane Ledwell "I really believe that saying, ‘Laughter is the best  [ ... ]

Building Brighter Futures Campaign

PEI Family Violence Prevention Services (PEI FVPS) launched a Building Brighter Futures Campaign ear [ ... ]

Libraries end overdue fines for children...

Island families will no longer have to pay fines on overdue children’s materials beginning June 1. [ ... ]