Former hospital ideal for museum
I have written several times regarding this matter. I am pleased to read there are still other persons deeply interested in the building of a Prince Edward Island Museum.
The project has been over studied and promised for years. Now is the time to build it in time to commemorate the 150th birthday of Canada.
The ideal location would be the grounds where the former Prince Edward Island Hospital was built and is no longer in use. It could be a beautiful area with plenty of green space and good parking facilities. Also, it would be back to back with our beautiful Fanningbank. One would compliment the other in many ways.
Indeed a “Golden Opportunity” as another writer has stated.
I appeal to all Islanders to encourage the government of Prince Edward Island to take action on this long overdue project and finally highlight our very precious legacy. Helen M. MacPhail, Clyde River