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Board of Directors

Elected May 2017

George Coade – Chairperson, Suffolk
Meghan McCarthy – Vice Chairperson, Suffolk
Esther Currie – Secretary, Suffolk 
Lowell Vessey – Treasurer, York
Cathy Corrigan, Blooming Point
Jean-Paul Arsenault, Charlottetown
John Hughes, Corran Ban
Matt Steeves, Charlottetown
Ryan Winters, Cornwall
Scott Stevens, Charlottetown


Sarah Wheatley, Suffolk


Office location:
13977 St. Peters Road
Marshfield, PEI
(just across from the Suffolk Road)


Mailing address:
630 Suffolk Road
Dunstaffnage, PEI
C1C 0P6

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We will be attending the Fix it Fair this weekend to talk about our Water Use Makeover Program. Stop by to chat with us and pick up some water saving ideas. ...

City of Charlottetown Fix it Fair

March 10, 2018, 10:00am - March 10, 2018, 12:00pm

The City of Charlottetown will host a Fix It Fair in March to connect Charlottetown residents with community resources, teach practical repair skills, and provide opportunities to learn about different ways to practice sustainability. The Fix It Fair will be held at Murphy’s Community Centre on Saturday, March 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This free event will include a Repair Café, workshops, demonstrations, information booths and more. The feature element of the Fix It Fair is the Repair Café, which is a concept that communities throughout North America and Europe are embracing. The Repair Café will include talented fixers from a variety of expertise who have volunteered their services to assist in the free repair of various household items throughout this event. The role of the fixers is not only to repair broken items but to share their knowledge so participants can perform similar repairs at home. Participants can bring in one item per person for repair (such as a small appliance or item of clothing) and skilled on-site “fixers” will do the work free of charge. Anyone looking to bring a household item to be repaired (limit one item per person) can register their item at: Interested in participating in the Fix It Fair as a “fixer”? The City is looking for people with repair skills for all kinds of household items including clothing, small household appliances, electronics, jewelery, etc. To learn more about this exciting community event or to get involved, please contact 902-566-5548 or email As part of the Fix It Fair, there will be free hourly workshops that will cover a broad range of topics related to sustainability. A further announcement with workshop details, including how to register, will be made in the coming weeks. For more info visit:

We would like to thank everyone who participated in our Water Use Makeover Program so far! Also a reminder that if you haven't participated yet and are wanting to update to some water saving devices, for a subsidized price fill out our survey through this link-( No delivery charges, and we come out to your residence or business! We still have low flow toilets, rain barrels and low flow shower heads. ...

Residents of our watershed and the City of Charlottetown can get free faucet aerators if they perform this quick test and send us the results. ...

Save water with this quick test: Measure the water flow in your sinks with a measuring cup and timer. Place a 1 liter measuring cup under the tap and time how long it takes to fill to the 1 liter mark. If it takes less then 15 seconds to fill, contact us for a free faucet aerator! This will help decrease your water bill! As long as you live in either the City of Charlottetown or the Winter River-Tracadie Bay watershed you qualify. Just send us your timing results and mailing address, then we will either hand deliver or mail out the faucet aerators. You can contact us by facebook message or email us at


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