The Rural Municipality of Wellington, in partnership with the Conseil scolaire communautaire Évangéline, is looking for a consultant to conduct a study on the needs of the Evangeline region in terms of public transit and to propose an action plan to meet to identified needs.
Deadline for proposal submission: June 27, 2022.
Thursday March 3 at 7:00 – Vanier Centre.
The residents and property owners of Wellington are invited to a consultation meeting regarding the 2022-2023 proposed budget and the 2022-2027 Capital Budget. As well, a consultation on the changes made to the proposed Official Plan and Zoning and Development Bylaw.
Proof of Covid-19 vaccination required.
| The residents and property owners of Wellington are invited to a consultation meeting regarding the proposed budget for 2022-2023, the Capital Budget for 2022-2027 as well as on changes made to the proposed Official Plan and Zoning and Development Bylaw. |
DATE: Thursday, March 3, 2022 at 7:00 pm
LOCATION: Vanier Centre
CPHO restrictions are respected regarding social distancing and proof of vaccination for Covid-19 is required.
Rural municipalities of Wellington and Abram-Village are combining their efforts to recruit a bilingual administration officer to look after the administrative duties of both Municipalities. A partnership will also be sought with a local community group in order to offer a full-time job to the accepted candidate. Salary is negotiable based on experiences and qualifications. Start date is also negotiable but preferable before January 2022 but consideration will be given to requested start-up date going as far back as September 2022. More details on the duties and responsibilities of the person required can be obtained by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for applications is October 12, 2021 and resume can be sent by email at: email@example.com or by mail at: P.O. Box 26, Wellington, PEI, C0B 2E0
Wellington Municipal Council would like to wish everyone a happy Canada Day. Due in part to restrictions on account of Covid-19, but also due to the recent discoveries of hundreds of bodies of indigenous children of this country, it was deemed appropriate to provide everyone with a time of reflection and reconciliation as we hopefully turn the page by recognizing the wrongs of the past and work together towards a better future for all. We recognize the fact that we are living in a rich, diversified and peaceful country and one we know can be more inclusive of all people. Let’s all work for a better future and celebrate life of all cultures and peoples of this beautiful country, Canada!
Old Mills Park Playground – The slide playground equipment is closed until further notice due to necessary repairs. The swing sets are ok to use. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
The Wellington Municipal Council is extremely grateful for the excellent service provided by all firefighters of the Wellington Fire Department and all other fire departments who assisted at the scene during the recent fire at le Chez Nous. As well, we wish to commend the diligence of the staff and the resilience of the residents who have experienced this emergency. Thank you to the Royal Canadian Legion Branch No 17, Island EMS, RCMP, bus drivers of la Commission scolaire de langue française and the Public School Branch as well as all volunteers who have assisted during the event. Your assistance resulted in all residents and staff being safe during the ordeal.
Le Conseil municipal de Wellington est très reconnaissant de l’excellent service fourni par tous les pompiers du service d’incendie de Wellington et de tous les autres services d’incendie qui ont prêté secours sur les lieux lors du récent incendie au Chez Nous. De plus, nous voulons noter la diligence du personnel et la résistance des résidents qui ont vécu cette urgence. Merci à la filiale no 17 de la Légion royale canadienne, aux SMU de l’Île, à la GRC, aux chauffeurs d’autobus de la Commission scolaire de langue française et de la section des écoles publiques et à tous les bénévoles qui ont aidé d’une façon ou d’une autre à cette urgence. L’aide de tous a permis aux résidents et au personnel de s’en sortir en toute sécurité.