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The Provincial Water Act was passed on the last day of the Fall 2017 Legislative session, and it is due to be acclaimed June 16th, 2020.
Electoral Boundaries were changed for the 2019 Provincial Election. 
https://www.electoralboundaries.pe.ca/


Results from the P.E.I. Plebiscite on Electoral Voting Systems:
Mixed Member Proportional Representation received the most votes on a ranked ballot.
Details here:
2016 Fall Plebiscite on Voting Reform RESULTS
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Keep connected:

   

    the Citizens' Alliance Calendar of Events:
Your guide to what is going on, and to help you pick a night for your event without too many competing activities. See the "Calendar" tab (above).
  Under construction



Other issues:



Environmental Rights:
Charlottetown became the first city on P.E.I. to acknowledge its citizens' rights to a health environment. 
and David Suzuki's Blue Dot Tour



LEAP Manifesto -- a great idea, but  is moving on
What was it?
Background on the LEAP Manifesto here:
 https://leapmanifesto.org/en/the-leap-manifesto/

Other issues -- see the "Links" page
Media:
  
             
  
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Cindy Richards plants a red oak in Churchill, PEI
Cindy Richards tends a red oak in Churchill, P.E.I.


A Past Event: 



 
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