If the sun and the moon
can work as partners....
so can we!
Please remember to stay smart and follow the guidelines put in place.

Phase 2 - May 22
Phase 3 - June 1
REMINDER TO COMPLETE YOUR OPERATIONAL PLAN and have it accessible at all business locations.
PEI's State of Emergency Extended
Premier Dennis King opened today's briefing with an announcement that cabinet has extended the state of emergency on the Island to June 14.
Education and Child Care Services to Expand in June
The easing of restrictions in Phase 3 will also mean that more services can be offered in schools, for example:
  • in-person appointments and small group sessions will be scheduled for students to meet with their classroom and resource teachers to receive more support;
  • the respite program will expand to 56 schools on June 1 to offer individualized support to students who have EAs or Youth Service Workers;
  • one-to-one counseling will be offered in schools and staff will meet with students who have significant social-emotional needs; and,
  • transition sessions will be offered for Kindergarten students and those who are moving on to a new school.

More details HERE
Prince Edward Island prepares for Phase 3 of Renew PEI Together
Phase 3 (starting June 1st) highlights include:

  • Gatherings – no more than 15 people indoor and 20 people outdoor may gather while maintaining physical distancing with individuals who are not part of one’s household. 

  • Long Term Care visitation – Visits will be permitted in outdoor areas at Long Term Care facilities with a maximum of two designated visitors per resident. 

  • Restaurants – Indoor dining will be permitted with a maximum seating capacity of 50 patrons. There is no set seating capacity for outdoor dining areas. Physical distancing must be maintained between patrons at different tables as well as for patrons at the bar or in waiting areas and applies to both indoor and outdoor seating areas.

  • Recreational Activities – adhering to current gathering numbers (maximum of 15 indoor and 20 outdoor) organized recreational activities and team sports may operate. Modifications may be necessary based on the level of physical contact. Full contact sports like wresting or rugby would require extensive modification/practice options at this time. 

More details HERE Watch Today's Update HERE
Governments and International Organizations Come Together to Address Economic Challenges and Sustainability

With more than 50 Heads of State and Government participating, the High-Level Event on Financing for Development in the Era of COVID-19 and Beyond is the most inclusive gathering of countries to focus on the socio-economic recovery and financing needs from the pandemic. We must continue to coordinate these efforts to avoid a devastating impact on people’s lives and livelihoods.

Read More HERE
Radio Advertising Grants Available to Businesses in Atlantic Canada

In case you missed it, Stingray will provide a minimum of $15 million in radio advertising grants to local businesses in markets across Canada where Stingray operates local radio stations.  
Stimulant grants will range from a minimum of $1000 up to a maximum of $100,000 in radio advertising per business. The recipient business will have twelve months to utilize the radio advertising grant provided towards booking and airing a radio advertising campaign and will not be required to invest additional sums with Stingray radio stations to receive the grant.
Stingray is a leading music, media, and technology company, and is doing its part to kick-start Canada’s economic recovery and is proud to announce the establishment of an economic stimulus plan via its 104 radio stations across the country to help local businesses obtain grants in the form of radio advertising during this unprecedented crisis.