At some point we need to redraw municipal boundaries

CBC Article published November 15, 2015.

“The federation would like to see all of Prince Edward Island incorporated, but what we’d like to see is people in local areas have major input into who they’d like to group up with to make the larger units.” – Diane Griffin, vice-chair of the Federation of P.E.I. Municipalities

Full story HERE.

Municipalities Build Communities

Strong municipal governments improve quality of life and help build local communities but the municipal system in PEI isn’t sustainable.  A long term solution is needed.

To learn more about our vision for PEI, please watch our VIDEO.

Benefits to Amalgamation for Communities

Article by Chris McGarry in the Eastern Graphic, October 7, 2015. This article comments on the trend of amalgamation of other Canadian communities and highlights some of the benefits.

“A Three Rivers Municipality will enable local government to better provide services to residents at a more reasonable cost. A tax base of more than 6,000 residents will make it easier to fund infrastructure as well as the Cavendish Farms Wellness Centre and Atlantic Fitness East, which are used year-round by Kings County residents.”

Keep reading HERE.


Is Rural Amalgamation Inevitable?

This great article from CBC dated September 22, 2015 talks about the importance of communities working together towards amalgamation.

“Ashton said communities have to realize amalgamation will create better rural economic regions. He said it’s inevitable and municipalities have to start to work together towards a common vision for the future.”

Read the full article HERE.

Province engages municipalities on new revenue model

PEI Government – Finance Department, September 16, 2015

“Government is committed to working together with Island municipalities to arrive at a revenue model that is predictable and reflects the levels of service provided to residents,” said Finance Minister Allen Roach.

Read the media release HERE.