Welcome to the Native Council of Prince Edward Island (NCPEI).  The Native Council of Prince Edward Island is a Community of Aboriginal People residing off-reserve in traditional Mi'kmaq territory. NCPEI is the self governing authority for all off-reserve Aboriginal people living on Epekwitk (PEI).

~Holding on to Our Future~

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April 15th - Community Access Expo, Stratford PEI

Community Access Expo- April15, 2014

The Native Council of PEI will host an information booth regarding programs and services

The Island-wide 2014 Community Access Expo is set to go on Tuesday, April 15 at the Stratford Town Hall from 5 pm- 8 pm.  Each year, inclusive agencies and services from across PEl gather at the Expo to provide information about the opportunities they offer.  This year over 50 participants will be on hand to provide information on a wide variety of interesting topics. Information includes assistive technology, inclusive recreation options, life skills, day programs, pathways to employment, education and training opportunities, residential options and respite care, advocacy, support, transportation, and other programs and services available in communities throughout Prince Edward Island. The Community Access Expo is inclusive and accessible. Students, their families, care-givers, and everyone interested in learning more about options available in these areas are welcome to attend this free event. For further information, please contact Shelley Nelson, Community Access Facilitator, or Alison Campbell, Inclusive Education Consultant, at the English Language School Board at 368-6990 .

April 21st Earth Day Expo - Farm Centre, Charlottetown

Family Earth Expo, April 21st 
Sierra Club PEI (Atlantic Canada Chapter) presents the 2014 Charlottetown Family Earth Expo at the PEI Farm Center, 420 University Avenue, April 21st (Easter Monday) from 12 to 4 pm.

This 4th Annual Expo will be a free admission, all-ages event with seed planting, display booths, an art show, clothesline art and children's art activities, face painting, music, electric vehicles, food, outdoor activities, and speaker presentations on environmental action and awareness. We invite everyone to come share positive energy and learn about lifestyle changes and technologies that can lead to a 'greener' PEI.


The Native Council of Prince Edward Island will host an information display booth.

Petapan: First Light Symposium

VIA - Prince Edward Island Council of the Arts

Indigenous Artists and Arts Practitioners in Atlantic Canada are invited to take part in a three day arts symposium on August 15th-17th. Organized by the Atlantic Public Arts Funders, Petapan: First Light will take place in Millbrook, Nova Scotia. The symposium will feature keynote speakers, networking activities, demonstrations, panel discussions, opportunities for information exchange, an artist showcase, and a public performing arts event.

Attendance is on a first come, first serve basis. The three day event is free, but registration is required. Meals and accommodations will be covered.
Register for the event online at http://petapan.eventbrite.ca or by phone 902-719-4479.
For further information, please contact firstlightsymposium@gmail.com