Prince Edward Islander

Prince Edward Islander

n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of Prince Edward Island
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MacKinnon was an officer of the Order of Canada and former Prince Edward Islander of the year.
Prince Edward Islander Gretha Rose developed a script called Wild Mustard for Thom Fitzgerald (The Hanging Garden, Beefcake) to direct this past summer, but at the last-minute financing fell through, delaying the project until fall or next spring.
Prince Edward Islanders feel the cost to run an office is not warranted due to accessibility to their local representative.
Prince Edward Islanders exist statistically even though there are fewer of them than there are Sudburians.
Yet, while unemployment runs 3 per cent in Alberta and 4.6 per cent in B.C., Newfoundlanders are 14.2 per cent and Prince Edward Islanders 11.1 per cent unemployed.
The author's third assertion is that the Irish immigrants, while maintaining a strong affinity for their homeland, quickly transformed into loyal Prince Edward Islanders. While the Irish brought their social customs, language, and folklore to the Island, they also adapted to the new environment.
Georges Arsenault's English publisher, The Acorn Press, was founded in 1994 to encourage the flourishing literary culture of PEI by publishing 'Books about Prince Edward Island by Prince Edward Islanders'.
Prince Edward Islanders are strongly opposed to Confederation, mostly because they believe it will lead to higher taxes.
Prince Edward Islanders have rewarded Ives with both an honorary degree from the University of Prince Edward Island and an Award of Honour for lifetime achievement from the P.E.I.

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