Free breakfast meeting on new support services for Evangeline region employers

ABRAM-VILLAGE – May 24, 2023 – All employers from the Evangeline region, including those who manage businesses and organizations, are invited to a free breakfast meeting on new services that are available in their community to support them in their recruitment efforts within the retired and immigrant populations. This hot breakfast-and-information session will take place Friday, June 9, from 8-10 a.m. at the Village musical acadien in Abram-Village.

Two special guests will share their success stories during the morning. Michelle Arsenault, director of ServiceFinances, will speak about « Hiring Retired Employees », while Léo-Paul Arsenault, retired owner of LP Electronics, will discuss « Hiring Newcomers ».

This event is organized by RDÉE Prince Edward Island, through the « Employability Évangéline 50+ » component of the Impact – Aîné.e.s Évangéline project, and the Conseil scolaire-communautaire Évangéline, through its Bienvenue Évangéline project.

Those who wish to participate must register before Friday, June 2, by contacting Josée Ouellette by phone at 902-854-3439 or Francine Arsenault by email at

Please note that the event is being held in French but a translation service (to English) will be available.


PHOTOS: Michelle Arsenault, director of ServiceFinances, and Léo-Paul Arsenault, former owner of LP Electronics, will share their perspectives at a breakfast meeting on new employer support services in the Evangeline region on June 9. (Photos: Courtesy of La Voix acadienne)


For more information, please contact:
Francine Arsenault
Employability Évangéline 50+ coordinator
Impact – Aîné.e.s Évangéline
(902) 315-0281