Don Maynard’s company provides independent environmental consulting services. His experience includes a variety of projects in the areas of marine infrastructure, environmental assessment, environmental permitting, indigenous engagement and consultation, marine oil and gas, and marine biology. We used WordPress.com to develop the website for his company, Granville Ridge Consulting.
Congratulations to Jeff Campbell on launching a website for his business, North Shore Water Treatment. His company provides water treatment systems to customers in PEI. We used WordPress.com to develop the website.
Congratulations to Alison on introducing and offering PEMF therapy to clients in the Maritimes. We used WordPress.com to create this site.
When it comes to fresh and local seafood, the Water Prince Corner Shop and Lobster Pound is a popular choice for locals and visitors. We used WordPress.com to create this site.
Glenaladale’s website was created in 2014. We’ve made some recent updates to it as they launch the Buy a Brick campaign. We used WordPress.com to develop this site.
Congratulations to Matt Doiron on launching East Coast Paddle Adventures! It’s a mobile paddle board business so their website provides daily location updates and maps, and integrates nicely with their social media accounts. This website displays beautifully on phones, a big plus for summer visitors and Islanders on vacation. We used WordPress.com to develop this site.
Sheldon Gallant Carpentry has been providing a wide range of carpentry services on Prince Edward Island since 2008 and is now offering pre-built cottages delivered from tip to tip on PEI. We used WordPress.com to develop this site.
Congratulations to Dennis “Denny” King on releasing his book “The Day They Shot Reveen, Stories from a PEI Small Town”. His new site includes details about the new book, a blog you’ll want to subscribe to for a regular dose of funny stories, where to see live performances and more. We used WordPress.com to develop this site.
A new website for The Pearl Eatery in time for season 10. We used WordPress.com to develop this site.
The congregation’s new website was launched today. We’ve integrated a Google Calendar (a switch in calendar tools for their administrator Marilen) and MailChimp, which Rev. John Roy had already been using to communicate with their list of subscribers. Google Calendar was used because of its ability to integrate with WordPress.com, the chosen platform for this site. We used WordPress.com to […]