Elizabeth Irving, Manager, Indian River Farms, addressed Council at their meeting on July 10th at the Spring Valley Hall. A very informative document was prepared and presented by Ms. Irving.

To read a copy of this document, please click here:
Indian River Farms Document Handout.           

The next meeting of the Malpeque Bay Community Council is at
7PM Wednesday, September 11, 2019 in the board room of the Credit Union, Kensington.

Save Fanning School is a not-for-profit organization working to preserve the historic Fanning School in Malpeque, and the stories of the students who attended the school.

For more information, you can email fanningschool@gmail.com or search Save Fanning School on Facebook.

From left to right...Wayne Crosby, Herb Clark, Ghislaine Duplain,
Paul Brown, Brian McKinnon and Ted Andrews

The 2019 Malpeque Bay Community Councillors are:
  • Paul Brown, Mayor - 902-432-4704
  • Herb Clark, Deputy Mayor - 902-888-9645
  • Ghislaine Duplain, Councillor - 902-388-1442
  • Ted Andrews, Councillor - 902-888-9608
  • Brian McKinnon, Councillor - 902-598-8531
  • Wayne Crosby, Councillor - 902-448-3203
  • McCarvill Joanne - Administrator 902-836-5029
  • Email: communityofmalpequebay@gmail.com

    The Municipal tax rate for the fiscal year 2019-2020 remains at 6 1/2 cents per $100 of assessed value.

    Council meets six times a year and receives a small stipend. Some of the items the former Council was working on includes the completion of our Official Plan, the development of an Emergency Measures Plan and is researching options that may be available to the community to bring reliable internet to all residents of Malpeque Bay.

    We would like to hear your ideas. If you are interested in being part of your community council, please contact Joanne McCarvill at 902-836-5029 or email communityofmalpequebay@gmail.com.


    The construction of irrigation ponds is unregulated by the the Department of Community, Land and Environment (CLE) but in order to help guide farmers CLE, the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, the Potato Board, and the Federation of Agriculture worked together to develop this - guidance document.


    Remuneration Bylaws

    Grants Bylaws

    Tax Rate Bylaws

    Reserve Funds Bylaws

    Community Funding Available

    All applications must meet the criteria listed on the schedules.
    For further information contact Joanne McCarvill 902-836-5029
    or one of the Members of Council.

    Why PEI?

    includes the seven school districts of Baltic, Darnley, Hamilton, Malpeque, Indian River, Sea View and Spring Valley.

    Farming, fishing and tourism make up a large part of the local industries.

    The lovely beaches along the shores are a huge drawing point to tourists around the world.

    There is an abundance of quality accommodations, golf courses, fresh local seafood, Malpeque oysters, lobster, mussels & fresh organic vegetables. Life is good, so come and stay in Malpeque Bay!

    Malpeque Bay is one of 36 sites in Canada, designated as Wetlands of International Importance (Ramsar Sites). It is a coastal lagoon system protected from the open sea (Gulf of St. Lawrence) by a 25-km long coastal sandspit and dune formation.

    The Bay is a nesting site for the globally threatened wader, the "Piping Plover". It is also an important staging area for very large numbers of geese and ducks during spring and autumn migration periods. For more information about Birding on P.E.I. , click here.

    To request a copy of the P.E.I.
    Visitors Guide & Highway Map,
    Value Vacations & Coupon Book.

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