The 2022 FPEIM Semi-Annual Meeting will be hosted by the Rural Municipality of St. Peter’s Bay on Saturday, February 11, 2023, at the St. Peter’s Complex, 1968 Cardigan Road.
Emergency Measures: Lessons from Hurricane Fiona and Next Steps
Tanya Mullally is the Acting Director for the Public Safety Division with the Department of Justice and Public Safety, responsible for PEI Emergency Measures Organization (EMO). In addition, she also holds responsibility for Conservations and Enforcement, Provincial Firearms, Fire Marshal, 9-1-1 Civic Addressing, Coroner’s office and Provincial Policing.
Her work in emergency management has provided several opportunities to support and manage disaster operations and exercises in PEI and across Canada. She has worked on various disaster in PEI and across the country including
- NB Floods and Ice Storms,
- Alberta Slave Lake Fire.
- Winter Storms 2015
- Post Tropical Storm Dorian in Sept 2019,
- CN Rail dispute in mid February 2020,
- Provincial malware attack on the Provincial Government IT network Feb 2020
- COVID-19. 184 days of PEOC activation
- Post Tropical Storm Fiona
Christine MacKinnon is a Professional Engineer.
Her career with the Prince Edward Island government started as a farm buildings engineer, and evolved to environmental protection, environmental policy, public consultation, intergovernmental affairs and corporate planning.
Currently, she is the Director of the Municipal Affairs Division in the department of Fisheries and Communities
Christine lives in Three Rivers and is an active partner in a dairy farm with her husband and son.
Protecting Yourself from Liability: What Council Members Need to Know
Perlene Morrison, K.C., is a partner with Stewart McKelvey.
Perlene represents municipalities, developers, utilities, vendors and purchasers who appreciate the wealth of experience she and her colleagues bring to the table. Her work has included:
- Negotiating and drafting agreements for utilities, businesses, governments and post-secondary institutions.
- Drafting, interpreting and enforcing bylaws for municipalities.
- Defending municipalities at regulatory appeals.
- Representing land developers in establishing subdivisions and condominiums
Curtis Doyle, Stewart McKelvey
The Role of Municipal Government in Maintaining Our Island Ecosystem
Simon Wilmot is a certified North American Wildlife Conservation Technician with a Masters in Bioenvironmental Assessment and Monitoring. Since moving to Prince Edward Island Simon has had roles with the Department of Forest, Fish and Wildlife, City of Charlottetown Environment and Sustainability Department, PEI Invasive Species Council and Watershed Alliance. He has recently completed research for the PEI Priority Places Forested Landscape Initiative on municipal conservation activities, land protection mechanisms on PEI and riparian health assessments.