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Progress of Motions

Beginning with the First Session of the 65th General Assembly, you'll find detailed information on the progress of motions through the Prince Edward Island Legislative Assembly.  Click the name of the motion to find out who presented it, who spoke about it, what it says, and its status in debate.

First-reading motion texts from previous General Assemblies are available by selecting a previous session from the drop-down box.

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Motions introduced in this Third Session of the 65th General Assembly are as follows:


No.StatusMotion
1in progressTo address the critical shortage of health care professionals in Prince Edward Island
2in progressUrging Government to take immediate action to address the lack of affordable housing in Prince Edward Island
3in progressCelebrating Prince Edward Island's trail system
4in progressBetter mental health resource training for Islanders providing peer and self-help
5in progressCalling on Government to approve licenses for existing long term care beds in private facilities
6 Private Members Bill
7 Private Members Bill
8 Private Members Bill
9in progressCallig for the PEI Legislature to show its support for proposed new federal tax changes
10 In support of improved transparency and accountability in government
11 Calling on government to re-introduce elected school boards in Prince Edward Island
12 Urging the province to exempt all forms of home heating sources from the HST
13 Calling for the establishment of elected regional health boards
14 Calling for the establishment of a Sex Crime Investigation and Response Unit in Prince Edward Island
15in progressPerformance Monitoring
16in progressCalling for a second Deputy Minister to serve the important portfolio of Agriculture and Fisheries
17in progressTo make rural economic development and population growth a priority
18 Calling for a Passport Canada Office to be established in Prince Edward Island
19 In support of the STEM education program
20 Calling on government to establish an office of a child advocate in Prince Edward Island
21passedCalling for the PEI government to develop a Prince Edward Island dementia strategy
22 Calling for restoration of door-to-door postal delivery
23 In support of Island foster families
24 Urging expansion of the insulin pump program for adult Type 1 diabetes
25 Private Members Bill
26 Private Members Bill
27 Special Committee on Water Act Regulations
28 Organ and Tissue Donation
29 Recognizing the generosity and contributions of the PEI potato industry
30 Ombudsperson
31 Divesting from fossil fuels
32 Modernization of the Legislative Assembly Sitting Hours
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