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She was joined by a panel of authorities/practitioners in PEI Tourism, including Dr.Ed Mac Donald of UPEI’s History Department, tourism operator Bill Kendrick of Experience PEI, and Ann Worth, Executive Director of Meetings and Conventions PEI. In keeping with one of the Institute’s goals to see Prince Edward Island through the lens of other islands, PEI’s Chief Justice David Jenkins shared with Prince Edward Islanders what he’s learned as a member of Bermuda’s Constituency Boundaries Commission.“The symposium provides a great opportunity for us to focus on climate change and adaptation in respect to islands.
Charlottetown is situated around the Northumberland Straits, making it and ideal location for people who enjoys walks along the water, or summer boating.
Paris may be the gayest city in the world, she wrote, and London the richest, but Charlottetown was “the most gossiping.” “I never saw a community,” she continued,” in which people appear to hate each other so cordially.” READ MORE Monday, November 14, 2016 | 7-9 p.m. | Duffy Science Centre Amphitheatre, Room 135, UPEI Campus PUBLIC SYMPOSIUM: Sustainable Agriculture and the Island’s Food System The Island’s “food system” was the topic of a Public Symposium held at UPEI’s Duffy Science Centre Amphitheatre, Room 135, on Monday, November 14, beginning at p.m.
In particular, the discussion focused on a move toward a more sustainable agriculture, with a stronger emphasis on local food and food security. September 22, 2016 | Florence Simmons Performance Hall, Holland College, Charlottetown Public Forum on Climate Change Adaptation and Islands | WATCH THE VIDEO UPEI’s UNESCO Chair in Island Studies and Sustainability and the UPEI Climate Research Lab will co-host a public forum on climate change adaptations and islands.
The city has a mix of new and old developments, with many buildings being well kept and maintained.
Charlottetown is also home to the University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI), the province's only university.
ACOA’s investment of $35,190 to support this conference is part of our commitment to encourage innovation and create jobs while at the same time protecting our environment.” Symposium speakers include climate and island studies experts who will bring their unique knowledge and skills to the table.