Here is your chance to win a new IPAD - must be 19 years or older!

The Chief Public Health Office, Department of Health and Wellness, and the PEI Liquor Control Commission have launched a Low Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines (LRDG) Campaign. They would like to know how much Islander's know about these Low Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines.

We are asking and encouraging Islanders 19 years of age and older to complete the survey. By completing the survey you have a chance to win an iPAD.

The survey is now live at

Available in English and French.

Internet Speed Testing

The Province has begun testing
internet speeds online.

A news release can be found at -
News Release - Internet Speed Testing.

To help the Province gather data on internet speeds
please perform the test at the following link
PEI Internet Speed Test


On behalf of the residents of the Community of Malpeque Bay (Baltic, Darnley, Hamilton, Indian River, Malpeque, Sea View and Spring Valley), the Council sponsored a Flag in Remembrance of the Veterans from the community who lost their life fighting for our freedom.

128 Canadian Flags were raised at a recent dedication ceremony in Charlottetown paying tribute to Canadians who lost their lives in military service. Similar ceremonies took place in other Canadian cities.

Flags of Remembrance
Flags of Remembrance Plaque The 128 Flags are in remembrance of the 128,000 Canadian soldiers killed (116,000) or missing in action (12,000) from the Boer War to the present.

The Flags and Plaques will remain in place until November 14. The Community’s Flag and Plaque will be donated to the Keir Memorial Museum.

The flags are a spectacular display of Remembrance and you are encouraged to visit the Charlottetown Event Grounds to see that for yourself.

Pictures here show the plaque dedicated by the community and most of the 128 Flags!


Pictured here is Herb Clark, Co-Chair for the Community of Malpeque Bay standing outside the newly installed heat pump system at Malpeque Hall.

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Herb Clark, Co-Chair for the Community of Malpeque Bay


Pictured here is Principal Rodney MacArthur receiving a donation from the Malpeque Bay Chairman, Jamie Crozier in support of a new program at the elementary school designed to ensure that all families have adequate nutrition through a weekend food program.
Jamie Crozier and Principal Rodney MacArthur
The community has also made donations to the Christmas Tree of Hope, the Community Out Reach Program (helping people with oil, electricity, food etc.) the Lion's Club Christmas Baskets, annual donation to all KISH Grads, annual sign donations to communities who put up welcome signs during the tourist season, Membership in the Keir Memorial Museum, Membership in the Kensington North Watershed Group, and the Annual Donation on Remembrance Day at the Malpeque Cenotaph.

Projects under the Notional Allocation Fund include: Heat Pumps for Malpeque Hall, Spring Valley Hall, Keir Memorial Museum, PA Systems for Malpeque and Spring Valley Hall, Sea View Academy of Music, Hiking Trail at Cabot Park.

Herb Clark at the Memory Lane intersection light

The Community of Malpeque Bay has recently contracted Maritime Electric to install street lighting in a number of areas within our community.

The areas identified as priority include: Malpeque corner, Penderosa Beach Road, Spring Valley Road and Memory Lane, Rte. 20 and 102 South, Ball field in Spring Valley, and the intersection of Rte 103 and Rte 20.

We have asked the Department of Highways to have a light installed at the corner of Rte. 20 and Rte. 104 since it has been deemed as a busy and dangerous intersection.

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.

Next General Meeting

June 28, 2017 at 7:00 pm
Board room of the Credit Union

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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