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Islanders to benefit from access to youth mental health services
Health PEI Medical Director of Mental Health Dr. Heather Keizer, Premier MacLauchlan, Canadian Mental Health Association Executive Director Reid Burke and Health and Wellness Minister Doug Currie.

The provincial government announced today that Island youth who are struggling with mental illness will soon have more access to acute and community-based mental health care.

Islanders asked to take simple online test to determine risk for diabetes
Minister Currie with Terry Lewis, Manager Community Engagement, Atlantic Canada and Liz McArthur, Volunteer Regional Chair for PEI.

During November which is Diabetes Awareness Month, Islanders are encouraged to take a simple online test to determine their risk for type 2 diabetes.

PEI to ensure a coordinated response to welcome Syrian refugees
L-R: PEI Association for Newcomers to Canada Executive Director Craig Mackie, Minister of Workforce and Advanced Learning Richard Brown and Dan Doran of the Catholic Diocese of Prince Edward Island.

Islanders are responding with their usual generosity as the province prepares to welcome 250 Syrian refugees.

Budget for Capital Plan continues investment in front-line services

Prince Edward Islandís 2016-17 budget for the capital plan will invest $77.9 million in schools, health care, and highways

Newly available license plate to honour Island veterans
(l-r) Claus Brodersen, Chairman PEI Command Royal Canadian Legion; Minister Paula Biggar; John Yeo, President PEI Command Royal Canadian Legion

A newly designed veteranís license plate will be available in early December to recognize the contributions of Canadian veterans on Prince Edward Island.

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