The Journals of the Legislative Assembly are annual reports of the proceedings of the government of Prince Edward Island. Serving as the official record of the business of the Legislative Assembly, the Journals record speeches of the Lieutenant Governor on the opening and closing of the Legislature, an account of daily proceedings in the Legislature, resolutions, motions and orders. The Journal appendices include numerous reports of government commissions, committee reports, government department reports, copies of correspondence from federal officials, and a wealth of other information, making them a valuable research tool. In 1967 the format of the Journals changed and annual reports were no longer printed in the Journals.

Explore the over 76,000 pages of digitized Journals of the Legislative Assembly (1894-2011) that are available through PEI Legislative Documents Online. The Journals are keyword searchable. Users can also browse the collection by date.

For digitized audio recordings of Legislative Assembly proceedings (1968-1973), please visit Audio Recordings.

To learn more about the men and women who have served as Members of the Legislative Assembly (1873-1993), please visit Biographies.

Journal of the Legislative Assembly Collection


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