POLITICS

Prince Edward Island legislature to resume Nov. 13.

09/14/2012 06:26 EDT | Updated 11/14/2012 05:12 EST
CHARLOTTETOWN - The Prince Edward Island legislature will begin a new session on Nov. 13 with a speech from the throne.

Premier Robert Ghiz issued a statement Friday saying the first day of regular business in the legislature will be the following day, with question period beginning at 2 p.m.

Ghiz, now in his second term in office, led the Liberal party to a majority win in a provincial election last October.

The Liberals hold 22 of the legislature's 27 seats.

The Opposition Conservatives, led by Olive Crane, hold five seats.