Tyne Valley Wins Municipal Achievement Award

The Rural Municipality of Tyne Valley has received the 2022 Municipal Achievement Award from the Federation of PEI Municipalities. The annual award recognizes a municipality’s commitment to enhancing the quality of life of residents through local initiatives. “The Rural Municipality of Tyne Valley has shown us exactly how municipalities build communities,” says FPEIM President Bruce […]

President’s Report: Preparing for a busy four years

Welcome to our newly elected mayors and councillors! I expect you will find the next four years to be both challenging and rewarding. Thank you to all who ran in the elections and all who have served in municipal government. We appreciate the time and energy you have dedicated to your municipality and our province. […]

President’s Report: Recovering from Fiona

Just three days before Fiona devastated PEI, the Federation of PEI Municipalities hosted a Municipal Climate Action Workshop that underlined how municipal planning can make communities more resilient to climate change. Presenter Hope Parnham, Senior Adaptation Policy Advisor with the Province, noted Fiona was being described as “a once-in-a-lifetime” storm — the same description applied to Dorian just three years […]

Campaign Schools build network of support for women

When Wendi James Poirier signed up for Municipal Campaign School, she expected the workshops to boost her skills for the campaign trail. But they also boosted her confidence. “I was put at ease – knowing that resources were there, knowing that there was a network of not just other candidates but people in the community […]


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