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Souris Regional High School expansion back on schedule
Dec 13 2013

The $20 million project to expand Souris Regional High School into a kindergarten through Grade 12 school is on budget – possibly even slightly under – and on time, according to the province.

Masons, carpenters, electricians have all been working since May to more than double the size of the school to take in more students. They’ll be adding enough space to add kindergarten to Grade 8.

The project saw slow progress in the fall, but “since then we've seen a great improvement,” said Tyler Richardson, with the P.E.I. Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal.

City Collision Services expanding to bigger, better location
Nov 28 2013

Jerry Leblanc of APM congratulates Paul Gaudet on the start of his new building for City Collision Services under construction at the Sherwood Industrial Park.

CHARLOTTETOWN - Paul Gaudet of City Collision Services has announced that his business will be relocating and expanding to a brand-new building in the Sherwood Industrial Park.

City Collision Services is now operating next door to Experience Hyundai in a smaller older space. Mr. Gaudet and his staff have over 40-years of experience in automotive collision repair making them industry leaders.

Work continues on a new office tower
Nov 27 2013

Work continues on a new office tower at the corner of Water and Queen Streets in Charlottetown on Tuesday. APM is building the new complex. It will be home to a Charlottetown law firm. The new office building is part of a transformation along lower Queen Street, which includes the redeveloped Kays Building and the P.E.I. Convention Centre.

The Guardian, November 27, photo by Heather Taweel.

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