The Rotary Clubs of P.E.I. hosted the 29th annual Rotary Youth Parliament, Nov. 25-26. Approximately, 36 students participated representing high schools from across P.E.I. took part in the two-day event. Hon. H. Frank Lewis, Lieutenant Governor, opened the parliament with a speech from the Throne, with Hon, Francis (Buck) Watts, Speaker, presiding over the Youth Parliament. Premier MacLauchlan also spoke to the students and Leader of the Opposition, Jamie Fox, was attended. 

The topics debated included student safety, health care improvements, carbon tax, senior drug assistance and Internet access.

Rob Larsen, representing Three Oaks High School in Summerside, was acting as Premier, while Logan Rose, representing Souris Regional High School, acted as Leader of the Opposition. Rotary Exchange students acted in the role of Cabinet Ministers. If you look closely at one of the pictures, you can see our Exchange student, Naomi Asencio. Well done Naomi!