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Sword-wielding man with PTSD given suspended sentence

Updated at 11:32 - A Charlottetown man who is a Vietnam War veteran with post-traumatic stress disorder and told police he made a mistake when he waved a sword at two of his neighbours got a suspended sentence today in provincial court.  .

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P.E.I's Confederation context

Updated at 16:50 - Dressed in period costume, Charlotte Thompson smiles as she looks up from her handwork to welcome visitors to 1864: The Year We Celebrate..

Marking a Scottish milestone on P.E.I.

Updated on July 24, 2014 - Eleanor Boswell is looking foward to donning her tartan kilt and pinning on her sash on Aug. 2 as she prepares to take part in the...

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Selecting great managers

Updated at 23:02 - Based on my experience and statistics from the Gallup organization, over 70 per cent of all dysfunctional employee behaviour is caused by their manager, or the management culture..

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P.E.I's Confederation context

Updated at 16:50 - Dressed in period costume, Charlotte Thompson smiles as she looks up from her handwork to welcome visitors to 1864: The Year We Celebrate..

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Going the distance on P.E.I.

Updated on June 26, 2014 - The Dr. Seuss classic, Oh, the Places You’ll Go!, could have been written with Edward Palmer’s family in mind. Literally and...

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Tackling sustainability challenges

Updated at 09:48 - Guest Opinion: With the purpose of expanding and strengthening the role of the present United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA), a new governing body of the UPEP, with representatives from all UN....

Teach your kids how to drive Internet

Updated at 09:39 - What kind of a person would goad a teenager into killing herself, telling her she’s worthless and hated? An anonymous Internet...

War veterans deserve better

Updated at 09:26 - Editor: Lloyd Kerry (July 19) is entirely correct about the triggering effect of letters. He mentions that mine of July 15 resulted...

Put the receipt in the bag

Updated at 09:34 - Editor: A one-liner under the heading “Life's Like That”, in the July issue of Reader’s Digest, really struck a note with me.

More to Duffy case than bribery charge

Updated on July 24, 2014 - Well, he’s always liked being the centre of attention. The Duffster, the Duffinator — Senator Mike Duffy is surely right in the...

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