The next meeting of the Malpeque Bay Community Council is Wed.,
Dec 8, 2021 at 7 pm Kensington Town Chambers.

Neighbours Helping Neighbours - 2021

On behalf of the Council for the Rural Municipality of Malpeque Bay, thank you for participating in our EMO survey. In fact, of the 400 surveys mailed out (just to people with a box office box in Malpeque) we had 84 residents participate which is phenomenal. A few were completed online at our municipal website.

The EMO plan is to help protect the health, safety and the welfare of the community members and minimize damage to property and the environment.

This survey is designed to gather information from residents who live in Baltic, Darnley, Hamilton, Indian River, Malpeque, Sea View and Spring Valley.

The information gathered will be used to update the current plan and identify those who may be vulnerable or who may be able to help their neighbours during an emergency. All information gathered is confidential and will only be used for emergency measures planning purposes.

For those of you who indicated an interest in taking the EMO online courses, here is the link: Prince Edward Island EMO Course Application

If you are interested in helping us form an EMO committee, we are hosting a meeting on Wednesday, January 12, 2022 time and venue to be announced. We are in the early stages of putting a committee together and it would be helpful if you could indicate your level of interest. For instance we are looking for someone to act as an EMO Coordinator, Deputy EMO Coordinator and a Public Information Coordinator. If any of these positions are of interest to you perhaps you could identify that by emailing Paul Brown.

Check here for descriptions of the guidelines of responsibilities for the positions that are available: Desctiption of Positions. We will have further information available at the meeting on January 12. Thanks for your interest.


Congratulations to the following winners as drawn by Kim Caseley on November 15, 2021. The Food Island gift cards are in the mail!

John and Jane MacKay
Dianne and Jeff Cormier
Peter, Beverly, and Philip Ingram
Darla and Paul Brown
Kerri Bertram and Eric Adams
Cindy Ramsay
Gail and Brian McKinnon
Jill, Garth and Alexander Moore
Wayne and Dorothy MacIntyre
Parker, Marissa and Arabelle Ellis

Congratulations to the following winners as drawn by Mayor Caseley, on December 7, 2021. The Food Island gift cards are in the mail!

Georgie MacNutt
Pauline Hunter
Peter and Wendy Richards
Larry and Kelly Burke
Bob and Linda Crozier
Derwin and Shelley Cole
Jack and Marion Wilderom
Randy and Wendy Oftedahl
Kaye Crozier
Todd and Rachael Murphy

Thanks again to everyone who participated in the survey. We really appreciate your time. If you have questions or concerns please do not hesitate to email Joanne at


There are various internet service providers in Canada, with plans to suit every household. Find the best one for your needs with this guide.
Check it out here Canadian Internet Resource Guide


Did you know you can go online to check out P.E.I. road conditions, apply for a marriage certificate, register for GED testing ... and access many more Government services?
Check it out here

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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