Communications

Newspapers and magazines


  • The weekly newspaper La Voix acadienne, founded in 1975, is the only French‑language newspaper published in Prince Edward Island.

Radio


  • Société Radio-Canada from Montreal, Moncton or Charlottetown; Le Réveil, a three‑hour radio show broadcast five days a week from Charlottetown for residents on the Island.

  • Société Radio-Canada also broadcasts the Chaîne culturelle (Espace musique) on 88.9 FM from Montreal.

  • Radio Beauséjour, a community radio station in south-eastern New Brunswick, is available in certain parts of Prince Edward Island.

Television


  • Société Radio-Canada from Montreal, Moncton or Charlottetown.

  • TQS, TVA, RDI and RDS and some television stations from Quebec and elsewhere are available on cable television.

Community and virtual communications


  • Since 2007, the Acadian and Francophone community of Prince Edward Island has a one-stop online portal, www.ilebranchee.ca. In addition to posting news and job opportunities in its "manchettes" [news] section and on its daily virtual bulletin, the portal enables organizations and governments to share a variety of information and documents and a series of management tools through its intranet.
  • Community information bulletins serving each Acadian and Francophone region in the province.
  • A French-language provincial community radio station is currently being developed.