Through Island Mothers Helping Mothers I have found quiet heroes in communities all across our province. Sharon Riley has been one of them. On several occasions, in emergency situations, I have been able to call on Sharon to help. And she always has. Quietly. Calling no attention to herself, she helps, just because it’s the […]
A huge thank you to Norah and Jim Gorman and to Kris and Jamie Currie for hosting back to back meet and greets in District 17 this week. Thank you to all of the members who showed up at each event. It was a pleasure sharing discussions with you about the future of our party […]
Thanks to everyone in Stratford who opened up your homes to James and I this afternoon. Our conversations matter so much to me. It was phenomenal to end the day visiting St. John House and the REACH Foundation. The new programming and resources at the REACH foundation are so important for youth who are in […]
It was a pleasure to spend the afternoon with the members of district 24. Thank you to everyone who met at home to share your views and experiences. It was also a pleasure to see the beautiful establishment and meet some of the residents.
After spending 24 hours criss crossing districts 24, 25, 26 and 27 it is very clear that west prince, rural communities in general and our francophone communities feel disconnected to this current government. This trip had so many stops I had almost no time for pictures. From Mill River to Campbellton, O’Leary, Alberton, Tignish, Alma, […]
Agriculture, fishing and aquaculture sectors are incredibly important to me. So much so that I have spent the last 19 years of my career conducting science in partnership with farmers, fishers, government, NGOs, first nations communities and industry on potato, mussel, oyster, lobster, crab and other agriculture/fishery products. As a biologist, I look at farming […]
Question #1? Is she really an Islander? Does she live here? This is an amusing one for me as it’s an odd thing to live here and have people constantly question it!! So here’s the scoop. This is the house my ancestors settled in after they landed in Canada in 1816. Its located in Campbellton […]
My husband, Fraser, our son, Rory, and I would like to extend Christmas greetings to you and your family. My wish for all of us this Christmas is for us to open our hearts, minds, eyes, ears and our homes to all around us who need to feel the love and connection of others this […]
A question has been asked about a leadership candidate’s knowledge of, or involvement in, incidents of sexual violence. I am very concerned that the person who has raised these concerns is being accused of slander rather than the question being answered. This type of response discourages victims from feeling able to come forward to report […]
Thank you to the farmers who joined me today in Souris to discuss the future of farming in PEI. I learned a great deal from our conversations. Thanks to Colin LaVie for the tour and for participating in our discussions. Thanks to the members who welcomed me into their kitchens today. As always it’s a […]
While in West Prince we happened upon Tory road. Felt like home! Enjoyed an Anchor Dragger at Moth Lane Brewing. Fabulous beer and a great example of a small business owner creating opportunities in Rural communities.
What family in PEI can afford to pay an extra $400 in grocery costs in 2019? As your PC Leader I will fight for hardworking Island families, but I need your help to make it happen. Please join the PC Party at the link below so that you can vote for me to become the […]