Moving Forward Together

2011 Party Platform

Sep 28, 2011
Over the past four years, the Government have I had the privilege to lead has achieved a great deal. In the midst of economic downturn, Prince Edward Island held it's own - and moved forward. Economically, we have been exceptionally resilient. In difficult times, this is a source of great pride.
Sep 27, 2011
As every Islander knows, protecting our environment is essential to our province’s long-term future and well-being.
Sep 21, 2011
The Island is fortunate to have the best seafood in the world available off its shores.
Sep 19, 2011
Providing high-quality health care services for Islanders has always been the top priority of the Liberal Government.
Sep 19, 2011
Over the past four years, the Prince Edward Island economy has grown increasingly diverse.
Sep 16, 2011
Economically and socially, agriculture is the most important industry on Prince Edward Island. Approximately 15 per cent of our province’s gross domestic product is derived from farming - and the sector is well-positioned for further sustainable growth in the years ahead.
Sep 12, 2011
More than ever, today’s Island seniors are enjoying healthy and productive lives in their communities.
Sep 11, 2011
Offering young Islanders the best possible tools to excel in a changing world is the goal of the Liberal plan for the education system.
Sep 11, 2011
The Liberal Government’s yearly funding of the Best Start Program is a key element of its early years strategy. Over the last 4 years, approximately $4 million has been invested in this program.
Sep 11, 2011
The number of young Islanders attending post-secondary education (PSE) in our rural communities has almost doubled since 2007. However, Liberals recognize that more must be done to encourage
participation in higher learning.
Sep 11, 2011
Ensuring access to high-quality educational programs is a bedrock commitment of the Liberal Government.
Sep 3, 2011
  • Gas tax reduced 4.4 cents - saving Islanders $44 million
  • Energy Accord: Saving Islanders $50 million over two years
  • User fees for emergency ambulance services have been eliminated for seniors
  • Seniors’ Emergency Home Repair Program has been reinstated (helped more than 1,150 seniors stay in their homes)

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