News - Announcements - Current Events
Things to Know
- Coronavirus: Update for Prince Edward Island
- Feb 06 2020
- A message from the PEI Department of Health and Wellness
There have not been any cases of 2019 Novel Coronavirus in PEI at this time.
- Get Involved: Opportunity to Serve on the PEIANC Board of Directors
- Dec 04 2019
- We are looking for expressions of interest
PEI Association for Newcomers to Canada is seeking expressions of interest from people who would like to serve on the Board of Directors. The Board is particularly interested in having representation from Kings County.
- Novice Driver Course for Newcomers
- Oct 01 2019
- A new PEI driver education program for newcomers to Canada
On September 30, 2019, the Province has introduced a Novice Driver Course for Newcomers (NDCN) for all drivers exchanging a driver's licence from a country that does not have a formal driver's licence exchange agreement with the Province of Prince Edward Island.
- Tenant Support Centre website launched
- Aug 20 2019
- New resource for Island tenants and landlords
The Tenant Support Centre, a project of Community Legal Information, has launched this new website for Island tenants. Rentingpei.ca provides plain-language legal information about tenants' rights and responsibilities.
Things to Do
- Information session: Atlantic Immigrant Career Loan Fund
- Thursday, 23 January
- PEIANC is holding an information session on the Atlantic Immigrant Career Loan Fund (AICLF) for internationally trained immigrants settling in PEI who are facing barriers to work in their chosen occupations.
- Anti-Racism Student Challenge: Call for Entries
- Submission deadline: February 28, 2020
- In preparation for March 21st, the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, the Cultural Inclusion Training team at the PEIANC is organizing the 7th Annual Anti-Racism Challenge, a creative competition for Island students.
- PEIANC Camps on School PD Days
- For Kindergarten to Grade 6 Students
- PEI Association for Newcomers to Canada offers PD Day camps to students from Kindergarten to Grade 6 from refugee and low-income families. Camps are free for participants. Space is limited and registration is needed.