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 66th General Assembly
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 -...
The Official Opposition of Prince Edward Island provides a crucial role in the governing of our province. The caucus is made up of Green Party MLAs elected by Islanders.
We strive to offer informed and intelligent debate and proposals that are evidence-based and data-informed. Through respect and integrity, we seek to improve the work and efforts of government on behalf of all Islanders.