Prince Edward Island Christmas lights map — Click to submit your lights
Get creative with Christmas projects right at home
A gift to anticipate
Sewing love, cheer into every stitch
Island of inspiration: Artist Adam Young paints vibrant scenes of East ...
Rooted in Christmas tree traditions
Holiday help at the ready
Recipes for the holidays
Decor, function go hand in hand with this DIY holiday project
Must-watch holiday movies
This rum cake tastes like redemption
For kids, we know physical activity leads to other things: learning new skills, making new friends, gaining new confidence, building strong character and, we hope, inspiring a passion for being active and healthy that lasts a lifetime.
As many Islanders know, getting kids into these activities can be a challenge for hard-working parents. The costs add up. I call on Premier Dennis King and the P.E.I. Progressive Conservative party and government to immediately introduce legislation as well enact the change as making a credit refundable starting in 2020, meaning Islanders who pay little or no income tax can still receive the credit.
Premier King, for something this important, no child should be left out. Everyone has heard the saying: ‘It doesn’t matter whether you win or lose, it’s how you play the game.’ But what should be even more important for your government is that kids get a chance to play in the first place. My opinion is whatever is good for our children and good for our communities is good for Prince Edward Islanders.
Jeffery Warren Reynolds,