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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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.