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1894 24 April A spring snowstorm catches lobster fishermen by surprise. At least two schooners are lost at sea, and lobster factories across the province report boats missing.
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PEI Provincial Heitage Fair Finalits
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The 12 finalists of the 2016 Provincial Heritage Fair have created short videos of their projects and have posted them online in Canada's History's national video contest, Young Citizens / Jeunes Citoyens.  Close to 200 students have posted videos of their heritage fair projects. 
 
Just a reminder to view and vote for the PEI Young Citizens videos before July 6.  Please share the link with your contacts.  The videos are found here : www.canadashistory.ca/Kids/YoungCitizens/Find-a-Young-Citizen.aspx?province=Prince Edward Island&fairid=&year=2016&name=
 
Following the voting period, a panel of experts will determine which 2 students from each province and territory will participate in the national Youth Forum in Ottawa this fall.  Please call Charlotte Stewart for further information.   902-368-5040
 

Jack Dwyer, “La coupe Stanley”, École François-Buote
Payton Smith, “Canadian Space Achievements”, Eliot River Elementary
Basel  Al Rashdan, “My Journey”, St. Jean Elementary
Bailey MacEachern, “Mi’kmaq Heritage”, Alberton Elementary
Ryan Green, “Le pont de la Confédération”, École Spring Park
Sadie Ghiz, “The Guardian: Past, Present & Future”, Stratford Elementary
Christianne Riveroll, “More Than A Number!”, Grace Christian School
Luc Doucette, “Le pont de la Confédération”, École Spring Park
Ben Collings-MacKay, “Sixteen Days at Ypres”, Montague Intermediate
Caroline MacDonald, “Une soirée pyjama dangereuse”,  École François-Buote
Karrie Lee Veniot, “Jeff Healey”, Hernewood Intermediate
Hannah McGonnell, “Abuse in Residential Schools:  Shining a Light on the Past”, Grace Christian School
 
Thank you to students, teachers and parents for your participation