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Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island’s main industries include agriculture, fisheries, tourism, and aerospace. Agriculture is a cornerstone, with a focus on potatoes, dairy, and aquaculture (particularly mussels). The fishing industry, especially lobster and shellfish, remains vital. Tourism thrives due to the island’s scenic beauty, attracting visitors to its beaches, golf courses, and cultural festivals. Additionally, the aerospace sector, though smaller, contributes notably with manufacturing and maintenance operations. Working conditions vary: agriculture and fisheries involve seasonal demands and physical labor, tourism fluctuates seasonally, and aerospace provides specialized roles in manufacturing and maintenance. The province’s smaller size and industries contribute to a closely-knit community and diverse job opportunities.

Important Dates:
Feb. 29 – workers comp 2024 payroll filing deadline.

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