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  Prince Edward Island general election, 1996 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Canadian province of Prince Edward Island conducted a general election on November 18, 1996 to elect the 27 members of the Island legislature.
It was the first election since Prince Edward Island became a province that there were new boundaries.
The Progressive Conservative Party of Prince Edward Island was elected to its first majority government in 14 years.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Prince_Edward_Island_general_election,_1996   (201 words)

 Elections PEI: Provincial Elections
Premier may dissolve the Legislature for a general election or by-elections may be required and called between general elections to replace members who have died or resigned.
Elections P.E.I.'s mandate is to manage and oversee all aspects of the electoral process in Prince Edward Island with fairness and impartiality.
Conduct provincial elections, by-elections, municipal and school trustee elections and plebiscites, promote public awareness of the electoral process, ensure eligible electors have the opportunity to exercise their right to vote, enforce compliance with provincial acts pertaining to elections, publish reports and recommend amendments to existing legislation.
www.electionspei.ca /provincial/index.php   (248 words)

However, Prince Edward Island has current electoral legislation that states that a confirmation of electors must be conducted for each provincial general election.
Prince Edward Island's Chief Electoral Officer, M. Wigginton, says that under Prince Edward Island's Election Act, the confirmation of electors must begin by Thursday, September 4 and be completed within five days, by Tuesday, September 9, 2003.
Should it happen that an eligible elector be missed during the general confirmation, he or she will still be able to get his or her name on the official list of electors by registering with the Returning Officer of his or her electoral district.
www.gov.pe.ca /news/getrelease.php3?number=3276   (451 words)

 CBC Prince Edward Island - Features - Extreme Makeover - electoral edition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
In time for the 1996 general election, the province's electoral boundaries commission recommended moving away from the dual-member system.
On election day voters would cast two votes: one for an individual candidate running in their district and a second vote for the party of their choice.
But the political parties themselves would decide who was eligible to be on the "closed" party list, and the order in which their names would appear.
www.cbc.ca /pei/features/proportional-representation   (1323 words)

 Institute of Island Studies
Island elections tend to be winner-take-all affairs that produce exaggerated majorities for the leading party.
Island elections have always been marked by disproportionality between the distribution of legislative seats and that of the popular vote.
For instance, in the Irish elections of November 1982, 83 per cent of the votes cast helped to elect a candidate; Vernon Bogdanor contrasts this figure to the nearly 70 per cent of votes that were wasted in the British constituency of Barking in 1983.
www.upei.ca /~iis/rep_jac_2.htm   (14065 words)

 Elections PEI: Plebiscite on Mixed Member Proportional Representation System
The election official then asked the elector to sign the poll book to indicate that the information given was true and accurate.
A provincial plebiscite was held in all 27 electoral districts of Prince Edward Island beginning on October 31, 2005 with the issue of the Writs to district Returning Officers.
There was one Returning Officer in each of Prince Edward Island's 27 electoral districtions; a complete list of Returning Officers is available.
www.electionspei.ca /plebiscites/pr/index.php   (514 words)

 Canadian Council of Public Accounts Committees
The purpose of the Auditor General's Report is similar to most all of those in the Commonwealth style of Auditor General reporting and it is used to improve the utility of the public resources and the reporting of them in common accounting principles.
As you probably are aware, a general election was held in New Brunswick in June 1999 and a new government was elected.
According to the Auditor General, the problem here is that these warrants are expended during the current year and they impact upon the financial statements of the province by decreasing the surplus and increasing the deficit.
www.ccpac.ca /proceed/0918.00.htm   (21068 words)

 Wikinfo | County   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The word "county" is the general English translation for the Chinese term xiàn (县 or 縣 pinyin xian4) which marks a level of government below that of province.
The island of Ireland was originally divided into 32 counties in the nineteenth century, of which 26 later formed the Republic of Ireland and 6 made up Northern Ireland.
In New England, counties function primarily as judicial court districts (in fact, in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, they have even lost this function and are solely geographic designations), and most local power is in the form of towns.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=County   (1457 words)

 English   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The island of Trinidad was captured from the Spanish in 1797.
In general, the cut-off point for ages is the end of August, so all children must be of a particular age on the 1st of September in order to begin class that month.
Also known generally as the common law (as opposed to civil law), it was exported to Commonwealth countries while the British Empire was established and maintained, and persisted after the Bristish withdrew or were expelled, to form the basis of the jurisprudence of many of those countries.
www.websters-online-dictionary.net /definition/english...   (14524 words)

 Commission on Prince Edward Island's Electoral Future: Commission on Prince Edward Island's Electoral Future - Public ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
While some have expressed concerns that closed lists will strengthen party control, we believe that parties will undoubtedly follow your Commission's recommendation that their lists be determined in a fair and transparent manner at a province-wide convention, even in the absence of legislation to that effect.
List members, having equal power (one vote) in the legislature, will be held to the same standard as local district candidates.
It is in the interest of all political parties to field a list of candidates which is viewed favourably by the electorate.
www.electoralfuture.pe.ca /reference/submissions   (2325 words)

 Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission (IRAC), Prince Edward Island, Canada
(b) any portion of a deficit in the general fund at the end of a fiscal year that is not offset by funds from the reserve fund or other surplus funds to be debited against the general fund for the next fiscal year.
(3) Every person who votes in a municipal election knowing that he is for any reason not qualified to do so is guilty of an offence and is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding $2,000 or imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years, or both.
(1) The council of a community may, instead of conducting elections by means of a special election meeting pursuant to section 48, determine that elections in that community shall be conducted by means of an election poll.
www.irac.pe.ca /document.aspx?content=legislation/MunicipalitiesAct.asp   (4686 words)

 Elections PEI: Home Page
The principal mandate of Elections PEI is to inform and enable all qualified electors and candidates to exercise their democratic right and ensure their constitutional entitlement in elections as entrenched in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
The Elections P.E.I. Report of the Descriptions and Maps for the proposed 27 electoral districts for Prince Edward Island
A By-election was held in District No. 2 Morell-Fortune Bay on May 20, 2006.
www.electionspei.ca   (274 words)

 CANADA (House of Commons - Chambre des Communes)
Elections were held for all members of the House of Commons following the premature dissolution of this body on 27 April 1997.
Since the previous general elections, the Chrétien administration had successfully focused on slashing the country's budget deficit but had refused to yield to calls for tax cuts by its conservative rivals.
The voting outcome in general underlined the pronounced regionalisation of Canadian politics, with each party, besides the Liberals, being backed mainly on geographical basis (Reform Party in west, BQ in Quebec, Progressive Conservative Party (PCP) in the east) except for the socialist New Democratic Party (NDP), headed by Ms.
www.appf.org.pe /members/003about.htm   (1174 words)

 "Genealogy Notes" of Prince Edward Island - The Dunphy family of Johnston River
+and#9;11and#9;Mand#9;iii.and#9; Nicholas Edward DUNPHY was born on 16 Aug 1873 in Fort Augustus, Pe, was baptized on 14 Sep 1873 in St Patrick's Church, Fort Augustus, Pe and died on 27 Sep 1954 in Brookline, MA.
Monsignor Dunphy was The Vicar General of the Archdioces of Winnipeg.He was ordained to th e priesthood on June 15 1957.
He returned to the Island in 1946 and then to Mon treal where he remained until 1949, as he and his wife were now legally seprated.
members.tripod.com /~Al_Beagan/Dunphy.htm   (7636 words)

 Cities and Towns - Hometown Canada
Both the Governor General of Canada, who exercises the prerogatives of the head of state (the monarch), and the Prime Minister, who is the head of government, have official residences in Ottawa.
New France was generally the name given to the French colonies of Canada and Acadia (and later Louisiana).
Each member in the Commons is elected by simple plurality in one electoral district or "riding"; general elections are called by the governor general when the prime minister so advises, and must occur every five years or less.
www.hometowncanada.com   (5275 words)

 Commission on Prince Edward Island's Electoral Future: Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
CBC Prince Edward Island has prepared a feature about the plebiscite on its website.
Elections PEI has general information about the plebisicite, including information on where to vote.
On May 27, 2005, the Commission issued a news release in English and French outlining the proposed mixed member proportional model for Prince Edward Island.
www.electoralfuture.pe.ca   (1576 words)

 Prince Edward Island general election, 1912 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Prince Edward Island general election, 1912 was held in the Canadian Province of Prince Edward Island.
See WikiProject Political parties and politicians in Canada for article coordination.
 This Prince Edward Island-related article is a stub.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Prince_Edward_Island_general_election,_1912   (79 words)

 CBC Prince Edward Island - Frank McKenna's name is on Liberal lips
At one party gathering in Ottawa election night, someone was spotted putting up McKenna posters from his 1987 sweep of the provincial legislature.
McKenna is on a short list of names being circulated in news reports as likely successors to Paul Martin.
He remained popular through three elections and resigned in 1997 to work as a corporate lawyer in Toronto.
www.cbc.ca /pei/story/pe_mckenna_20051024.html?ref=rss   (447 words)

 Al Beagan's "Genealogy Notes" of Prince Edward Island 1787 - 1847
The 1841 PEI census lists 4 male children under 16, 2 female children under 16, and someone other then Michael over 16, which could be another child.
A story that was passed on to me recently: When Edward was sick and near death, a couple brothers (may have been one, not sure) had tried to get Edward to renounce his catholicism and revert back -- which caused futher tension with the rest of the family.
Edward Feehan batchelor by Banns to Margaret Burho spinster.
users.adelphia.net /~abeagan/pei-to1847.htm   (11958 words)

 Compendium of Election Administration in Canada - 2003
Statistics in the following tables are from the 1999 election.
This amount includes pre-writ activities, the reimbursement of election expenses and the acquisition of the computer equipment used for the general election of
The 2001 general election expenses do not include the 2000 general confirmation (enumeration) expenses of $3,538,644 (or $1.96 per elector).
www.elections.ca /loi/com2003/content.asp?section=statistics&doc=sta01&flag=false&lang=e   (1294 words)

 APEPEI - Association of Professional Engineers of Prince Edward Island - Charlottetown, PEI
Council may waive the dues, for the year of transfer, of an applicant for registration by transfer, provided the fee for transfer of membership is paid.
Those whose names have been removed from the Register or enrolment list because of arrears in dues and who are permitted by Council in accordance with Section 2.2.5 to reapply for registration may be required to pass a Professional Practice examination and shall be assessed fees and dues consisting of:
preparation and certification of a list of all Members eligible to vote and to hold office, for use at the annual meeting and for the conduct of elections.
www.apepei.com /publications/bylaws_1.asp   (2954 words)

 CBC.ca - The Greatest Canadian - Top 100 - 11 to 100   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
A woman 'of slender frame and delicate appearance,’ she was 37 when she made the long trip on foot to warn the British of a planned American attack, thus earning her place in history as a heroine of the War of 1812.
In 2001, she became the first woman ever to be appointed Auditor General of Canada.
When she took aim at the federal government’s gun registry, privacy commissioner and sponsorship contracts in a series of scandal-inducing reports, she earned a reputation as being both tough and fair.
www.cbc.ca /greatest/greatcanadians   (4388 words)

 PEIBlogs.com: the definitive Prince Edward Island blogroll: News_and_Views   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Indians, despite their legal disabilities, had come to dominate commerce and the professions, and were the mainstay of a rural economy which depended on the sugar cane industry, but they took a back seat when it came to exercising power.
A new democratic constitution was promulgated in 1997 and in the 1999 general election, the revived Labour Party emerged with an absolute majority.
New parliamentary elections were held in 2001 and Qarase?s Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewenivanua (SDL) or United Fiji Party emerged victorious, with 32 of the 71 seats in the House of Representatives, five more than Labour?s 27.
www.isn.net /~derekm/peiblogs/News_and_Views   (8981 words)

 SearchSystems.net - The Largest Prince Edward Island Public Records Directory
Description: Use this Government of Prince Edward Island, Canada service to search for civic street address information by county, community, street, and street number.
Description: Use this Government of Prince Edward Island, Canada service drop-down menu to browse by community name for civic address community information.
Description: Select Prince Edward Island in the Province field to search the Canada411 white pages for residential phone listings in Prince Edward Island by name and location.
www.searchsystems.net /list.php?nid=107   (1168 words)

 Canadian Political Parties/Les Partis politiques du Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Canada 2006 - Election Prediction Project/Projet de prévision électorale
Canada 2004 - Election Prediction Project/Projet de prévision électorale
Prince Edward Island New Democratic Party, PEI NDP
home.ican.net /~alexng/can.html   (770 words)

 Tables by province or territory: Prince Edward Island
Federal general elections, by electors, ballots cast and voter participation
Provincial and territorial general government revenue and expenditures, by province and territory
Provincial and territorial general governments, financial assets and liabilities, by province and territory
www40.statcan.ca /l01/pro01/pro102.htm   (1867 words)

 CanLII >> Consolidated Statutes of Prince Edward Island >> Alphabetical List >> C
CanLII >> Consolidated Statutes of Prince Edward Island >> Alphabetical List >> C
Prince Edward Island >> Statutes and Regulations >> Alphabetical List >> C
Alphabetical List of the Consolidated Statutes of Prince Edward Island
www.canlii.org /pe/laws/sta/c.html   (150 words)

 PEI Election Watch: Municpal elections   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Here is a link to PEI Info's site that has a list of those who are running for office
Posted by Robert Paterson at 04:18 PM in Municipal Elections 2003
Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Municpal elections:
smartpei.typepad.com /pei_election_watch/2003/10/municpal_electi.html   (52 words)

 PEIBlogs.com: the definitive Prince Edward Island blogroll: Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Here, for convenience, is a chronological list of posts to this weblog this...
Prince Edward Island School Trustees Association - The Prince Edward Island School Trustees Association is an association of 29 trustees that provides professional development to its members.
Another general meeting of the Association will likely occur in September regarding our status with the CSBA.
www.isn.net /~derekm/peiblogs/Education   (3616 words)

 Listings Prince Edward Island: Health
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Who We Are Dental Public Health is a provincial health program, housed in Queens Health Region for administrative purposes.
Prince Edward Island - Dental Public Health Welcome to the home page of...
listingspei.ca /Health   (247 words)

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