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What you need to know about COVID-19: August 7, 2020
As a seasonal resident in Cavendish for over 30 years, it is disheartening to read of P.E.I. residents not wanting the 2,500 seasonal residents to come over to take care of their property during this pandemic.
We have followed all of the health protocols in Nova Scotia and would do the same in P.E.I. Yet some Islanders don’t want us on our property even though we all pay property taxes, which is a large financial support to the government. We realize the concerns that communities have with this virus but most of us are responsible citizens who only want what is best for each of us.
To feel anger and distrust from some Islanders because we have an N.S. licence plate is difficult to understand. We hope that things will be better for all of us in the future. Staying strong is our motto, too.
Murdock and Connie Morrison,