Prince Edward Island

PEI housing shortage

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Small market, big gains

The severe housing shortage in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, may continue to make life difficult for residents for a little while yet, but relief is in the pipeline according to the latest report on housing starts from CMHC.
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Facility Cleaning & Maintenance

Health PEI seeks more tick samples

Islanders can bring ticks to any Health PEI laboratory for analysis if they were directly attached to a human.
Mental health in condos

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Youth Recovery Centre nears completion in P.E.I.

Prince Edward Island’s first Youth Recovery Centre is almost complete, thanks to a provincial investment of $800,000. The facility, which entered construction last fall, is part of a $9-million commitment to improving access to youth addictions and mental health treatments throughout the province. The project will be complete in April.
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

State-of-the-art K-12 public school opens in P.E.I.

The K-12 Souris Regional School has officially opened in Prince Edward Island after entering construction in the spring of 2013. The new $20-million facility is comprised of 128,000 square feet of space including a new K-6 academic wing, a culinary teaching area, enhanced IT and trades spaces, two gymnasiums and three playgrounds.
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

Government of P.E.I. funds engineering building

The School of Sustainable Design Engineering at the University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI) has received a commitment of $16-million in government investments from the province. A new state-of-the-art engineering building will require $12-million in development funding while the remaining $4-million will go towards operating costs for the new engineering degree.