PEI Advisory Council on the Status of Women
Conseil consultatif sur la situation de la femme de l’Î.-P.-É.

Working for gender equality for all Islanders

Promoting changes of attitude within the Prince Edward Island community

Advising government to achieve equality in legislation, policies, and programs

The PEI Advisory Council on the Status of Women (PEIACSW) is an arm’s-length government-appointed Council. Nine Council members are selected from among Island women who have demonstrated a commitment to women’s equality and who represent regional, cultural, and ethnic diversity.

Travailler à l’atteinte de l’égalité des genres pour tous les Insulaires

Favoriser les changements d’attitude dans la communauté de l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard

Conseiller le gouvernement pour établir l’égalité dans les lois, les politiques et les programmes

Le Conseil consultatif sur la situation de la femme de l’Î.-P.-É. (CCSFÎPÉ) est un conseil indépendant dont les membres sont nommés par le gouvernement. Le Conseil est composé de neuf membres sélectionnés parmi des femmes insulaires qui font preuve d’intérêt pour l’égalité de la femme et qui représentent la diversité régionale, culturelle et ethnique.

Recent news from PEI ACSW

Community Notices, December 17, 2020

Welcome to our Community Events and Notices E-News for Thursday, December 17, 2020 New listings this week: 1) Thank You... 2) Highlights from the Montreal Massacre Memorial Service 3) COVID-19 Post Circuit Breaker Holiday Measures 4) Share Your Rental Story 5) Human...

Thank You Card – December 6, 2020

Council and staff of the Advisory Council on the Status of Women extend sincere and heartfelt appreciation to everyone who participated in the 2020 Montreal Massacre Memorial video commemoration. We missed being together physically but were pleased with how many...

“Mauve” by Jenn Grant

PEI-Nova Scotia singer-songwriter Jenn Grant performed her song "Mauve" in honour of the April 2020 Portapique, NS, mass shootings, for sharing in the Charlottetown, PEI, 2020 Montreal Massacre Memorial Service video commemoration. The video of the full service is...

Poem by a Survivor

When you looked at me did you see me? Did you see my arms and think of how wildly they gesticulate when I'm telling a story? Or did you see my arms and picture how you would use them to pin me down? Did you see my lips and visualize how they must look when they’re...