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  1. Hears cases where the defendent is between ages 12 and 18 years and is alleged to have committed a criminal offence(s). Youth Justice Court in PEI is held at the same locations as Provincial Court in Charlottetown, Georgetown and Summerside.Online information ...
  2. Drop-in centre facility where youth can participate in varied programs and use the: Gerard Gallant Young Leaders Technology Centre (computers, 3-D printers, high speed internet, smart board) Music studio lab Kitchen and dining room Conference room
  3. Youth 2SLGBTQ+ GroupProvided by: PEERS Alliance - AKA: PEERS; Prevent Educate Empower Respect Support; Formerly AIDS PEI
    Staff and volunteers lead group sessions for youth. Groups meet in Charlottetown, Summerside and Tignish and are open to all Island youth. Includes: Socializing Educational opportunities Discussions Fun activities Snacks are providedParents/caregivers are welc...
  4. Youth 2SLGBTQ+ GroupProvided by: PEERS Alliance - AKA: PEERS; Prevent Educate Empower Respect Support; Formerly AIDS PEI
    Staff and volunteers lead group sessions for youth. Groups meet in Charlottetown, Summerside and Tignish and are open to all Island youth. Includes: Socializing Educational opportunities Discussions Fun activities Snacks are providedParents/caregivers are welc...
  5. Youth 2SLGBTQ+ GroupProvided by: PEERS Alliance - AKA: PEERS; Prevent Educate Empower Respect Support; Formerly AIDS PEI
    Staff and volunteers lead group sessions for youth. Groups meet in Charlottetown, Summerside and Tignish and are open to all Island youth. Includes: Socializing Educational opportunities Discussions Fun activities Snacks are providedParents/caregivers are welc...
  6. Provides a summer business and entrepreneurship program for youth. Designed to to assist youth to discover more about the world of business and help them get started in a business of their own.Workshops teach basic business skills such as record keeping, marke...
  7. Provides an opportunity for young adults with varying degrees of hearing loss to connect, offer peer support to each other and to become active members of their communities.
  8. Youth become involved with their community through service projects they create, plan, and put into action. Groups meet 1-3 times a week to discuss issues they and the community struggle with and decide on a specific one to tackle. Participants gain employabil...