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 2nd Session of the 66th General Assembly

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,...

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The 1st Session of the 66th General Assembly

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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