Souris East

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Souris East,

town (1991 pop. 1,333), NE Prince Edward Island, Canada, on the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Settled in 1748 by Acadians, it is a fishing port.
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The new ferries will replace the Motor Vessel (MV) Madeleine, which is currently used for service between les?de-la-Madeleine, Quebec, and Souris, Prince Edward Island (PEI), and the MV Holiday Island, one of two vessels used to provide service between Wood Islands, PEI, and Caribou, Nova Scotia.
As of December 11, 2006, Prince Edward Islanders have the opportunity to invest in a "green" province by purchasing PEI Energy Savings Bonds issued by the Prince Edward Island Energy Corporation: The province will be directing the funds to the new Eastern Kings Wind Farm, a wind energy project consisting of ten turbines, located just east of Souris, Prince Edward Island. It is anticipated that the wind farm will supply 7.5% of PEI's total energy needs-enough wind energy to power about 12,000 homes and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 75,000 tonnes annually.