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AIDS PEI  
EAST COAST ORGANIZATIONS
AIDS PEI www.aidspei.com AIDS PEI Community Support Group Inc began in 1991 as a support group for people living with HIV/AIDS on Prince Edward Island. It had a small following, but a huge impact on the issues surrounding the disease in the province. Through fundraising and various prevention and support activities, the organization grew to include a board of directors, staff and a group of committed volunteers. In 1999, AIDS PEI received operational funding from the AIDS Community Action Project under the Public Health Agency of Canada and opened its doors as AIDS PEI, providing the island with prevention services, education and awareness and support for people living with HIV/AIDS. The organization has operated a needle exchange service, condom distribution, health maintenance and other supports for people living with HIV/AIDS. AIDS PEI currently has a staff complement of two persons which fluctuates with available funding each year. We are currently located at the Midtown Plaza on University Avenue in Charlottetown
Last Update: 2011/1/10   Hits: 233   More Details

ABEGWEIT RAINBOW COLLECTIVE  
EAST COAST ORGANIZATIONS
ABEGWEIT RAINBOW COLLECTIVE http://www.arcofpei.com ARCPEI is a 100% community based volunteer organization that provides services to our GLBTQ community of Prince Edward Island and their families and friends. It is run by the community for the community. As a volunteer organization we aim to provide the broadest range of services and activities. Our community is changing and we continue to change our services as to be current and to fit the needs of the community from year to year. We offer our services in an effective way to get the job done. Our Services: - Individual support ( one to one ) - Health education ( electronic) - Social opportunities for the community - Pride events for Prince Edward Island
Last Update: 2011/1/10   Hits: 241   More Details

DUCHESS OF KENT INN  
PEI ACCOMMODATIONS
DUCHESS OF KENT http://www.bbcanada.com/5155.html Four-star, downtown heritage home, one-, two- and three-bedroom suites and rooms. 1875 designated restored heritage home featuring three-storey "turret" corner with antiques. In historic downtown Charlottetown. Confederation Centre, theatre, Province House, Victoria Park, waterfront, Confederation Trail, restaurants, museums, shopping, short walk. No smoking. No pets. One-, two- and three-bedroom "turret" suites; one spacious guest room (two beds). All have private bath, air conditioning, telephone, cable TV, high-speed wireless internet. Separate guest kitchen, living room. VCR/DVD, movies, bicycle storage available. Complimentary tea, coffee, hot chocolate. Breakfast on request,
Last Update: 2011/1/10   Hits: 243   More Details

PRINCE COUNTY B&B  
PEI ACCOMMODATIONS
PRINCE COUNTY B&B http://princecounty.ca/ Seeking quieter times? Choose from secluded beaches, the Confederation walking and cycling trail, and tranquil Belmont Provincial Park. In a more lively mood? Summerside's night spots are always hopping, and the Fitness Centre will keep you in shape on rainy days. Souvenirs are everywhere. At Lennox Island, you can watch native artisans prepare intriguing works of art and craft. Pick up a CD or two of Acadian music - you're right at the gateway of the Island's Evangeline Region. And don't forget, we offer wireless Internet!
Last Update: 2011/1/10   Hits: 226   More Details

DALVAY BY THE SEA  
PEI ACCOMMODATIONS
DALVAY BY THE SEA www.dalvaybythesea.com Dalvay has since been operated as a leased private concession from Parks Canada. In 1959, Mr. & Mrs. Raoul Reymond became operators of Dalvay By-The-Sea. Hailing from Geneva Switzerland, the Reymonds had left Europe arriving in PEI in 1925 to take advantage of the lucrative fox breeding industry. After fox fur went out of fashion they turned their energies to inn-keeping in summers and teaching music in winters to many Charlottetown families. The Reymond's brought a European atmosphere of gentility and personal service to Dalvay that was unique to Prince Edward Island. Dalvay By-the-Sea is currently operated by the Reymond's grandson, David Reymond Thompson, who took over Dalvay when his grandparents retired in 1976. Additions since that time have included: fully-updated four-piece bath/shower in each guest room, antiques in each room and upgrades to the central kitchen facilities.
Last Update: 2011/1/10   Hits: 234   More Details

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