Updated at 08:55 - Summerside couple just back from five weeks in the U.K. where Scottish independence talk of the country with no clear winning side
Updated at 05:25 - SYDNEY — Atlantic Canada’s historical and cultural ties with Scotland are unlikely to be affected by the outcome of today’s Scottish Independence Referendum..
Updated on September 17, 2014 - Jared Connaughton started track as a way to get out of class, quickly fell in love with sprinting and got to the pinnacle of the sport in Prince Edward Island..1
Updated on September 17, 2014 - Autumn — porridge for breakfast, bottles of pickles and preserves cooling on the counter, baskets of apples, plums and pears and bowls of steamy soup for dinner..
Updated at 11:32 - HALIFAX — Many Nova Scotia firms doing business in the United Kingdom appear to have little or no concern about today's vote on Scottish independence, mainly because they appear to have little direct trade with Scotland..
Updated on September 12, 2014 - As Jessica Gallant waits for her cue to go on as Diana Barry, she only has to glance at the walls behind her to realize that she’s part of a great tradition at the Confederation Centre of the Arts..
Updated on September 08, 2014 - Just as the Island Fathers of Confederation were from all walks of life, the same is true for the succeeding generations. From bakers to horse racing aficionados, from nursing sisters to space scientists and from movie house operators to war....
Updated at 09:59 - The provincial government and UPEI administration should pay close attention to some interesting initiatives coming from the university’s student union over the past several weeks. Council president Lucas MacArthur made a number of sound policy....
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10:56 - Peter Reinhart is a baker unafraid of reinvention and challenging the norms of his field..
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