Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island
Motions are brought to the Legislative Assembly by a member. A Motion will propose one of three things: asks the House to do something; orders something to be done; or expresses an opinion. Motions do not bind government to any action and cannot compel government to spend money.
The 1st Session of the 67th General Assembly
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The 2nd Session of the 66th General Assembly
Motion 8: Motion to establish PEI as a cycling destination
On April 19, 2022, Peter Bevan-Baker, MLA for New Haven-Rocky Point and Leader of the Official Opposition started debate on Motion 8: Motion to establish Prince Edward Island as a cycling destination. The motion was introduced in honour of Josh Underhay and his son,...
Motion No. 96 – Urging government to recognize long-COVID
On March 2, 2022, MLA Hannah Bell brought forward a motion calling on government to recognize long-COVID. Here is the video of MLA Bell introducing the motion for debate: https://peigreencaucus.ca/aiovg_videos/motion-96-urging-government-to-recognize-long-covid/ After...
Motion 15 – Calling on government to take bold and decisive action to solve PEI housing crisis
On October 19, 2021 MLAs debated a motion brought forward by the Official Opposition. The motion urged government to take bold and decisive action to solve the PEI housing crisis. The motion was introduced by Hannah Bell (https://peigreencaucus.ca/hannah-bell/) and...
Motion No. 7 – Sustainable Agriculture
On March 23, 2021, Peter Bevan-Baker, Leader of the Official Opposition and MLA District 17 New Haven-Rocky Point, introduced a motion urging government to adopt an agricultural plan that supports Island farmers in forging a prosperous and sustainable future,...
The 1st Session of the 66th General Assembly
Motion No. 89 – Calling on Government to make Mental Health and Addiction Services a priority
On Tuesday, November 17, 2020 MLA Trish Altass introduced a motion that called on government to make Mental Health and Addiction Services a priority. The motion passed unanimously. Read full text of Motion No. 89 - Calling on Government to make Mental Health and...
Motion No. 90 – Encouraging Islanders and Government to support local
On November 12, 2020 Michele Beaton moved, seconded by Hannah Bell, a motion encouraging Islanders and Government to support local business as much as possible. Full text of Motion No. 90 - Encouraging Islanders and Government to support local Watch video of Ms....
Motion No. 88 – Calling on Government to fund treatments available on the formulary for rare disease
On Thursday, November 12, 2020 MLA Trish Altass introduced a motion that called on government to implement a protocol to enable funding for treatments available on the formulary for rare diseases and to provide a more transparent and thoughtful response, justified by...
Motion No. 20 – Net Zero Now
On November 12, 2019, Mr. Ole Hammarlund, MLA District 13 Charlottetown-Brighton presented a motion urging government to to with immediate effect design, build and fund only buildings that meet the Net Zero or beyond building standards. Read text of Motion No. 20 -...
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