Generations-old political loyalities are fading

Generations-old political loyalities are fading

Updated at 19:34 - A strong election showing Monday by third parties that once struggled for slivers of Prince Edward Island's vote is a warning to Tories and Liberals that generations-old political loyalties are fading, say political commentators..

P.E.I. Election map

P.E.I. Election map

Vote breakdown and overall picture of P.E.I. election offered in an interactive map

Decision '15

Darlene Compton slogs to victory

Updated at 09:31 - MONTAGUE — After two elections and a leadership race, Darlene Compton slogged her way through the mud this spring to finally win a...

Decision '15

Local

Northumberland Ferries delay season

Updated on May 04, 2015 - The snowiest winter on record for Prince Edward Island continues to cause disruptions even as May brings double-digit temperatures

A Duffy Dictionary

Updated on May 04, 2015 - OTTAWA — Sen. Mike Duffy's trial on 31 charges of fraud, breach of trust and bribery begins its fifth week today — an opportunity...

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Sports

Sports

Living

Be proactive about protection

Updated at 08:53 - Question: I am hearing more than ever about cancer these days from our higher rates to links to things like pesticides, overexposure to electromagnetic radiation and vitamin D deficiency. So, since we are not getting rid of pesticides or cell phones....

Making a difference

Updated on May 04, 2015 - Colonel Gray students in Charlottetown are looking to make life easier for intermediate school students by participating in a youth...

A P.E.I. recipe for success

Updated on May 02, 2015 - For the past 18 months Daniel Perry has been learning how to cook at the Stars for Life Foundation for Autism in Charlottetown.

Women of the early 20th century

Updated on May 02, 2015 - The early 20th century — say, between 1900 and 1920 or even 1930 — was a pretty good time for women.

Living

Business

Barnone Brewery reaping awards and fans

Updated on May 04, 2015 - Barnone Brewery is located at 4248 Rte. 225, Rose ValleyGrowler night on-site every Thursday at 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.Offered on tap at: Baba’s Lounge, Cedar’s Eatery, Churchill Arms, Olde Dublin Pub, Pilot House, The Old Triangle, Water Street Fish and....

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Business

Entertainment

Here's to the hymns Video

Updated on April 24, 2015 - When Catherine O’Brien was considering a theme for the next Young at Heart Musical Theatre for Seniors production, her thoughts...

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Mason, Mythen opening for Rod Stewart

Updated on April 22, 2015 - Dave Mason and Irish Mythen will be opening for headliner Rod Stewart at the Cavendish Beach Event Centre July 9,Whitecap...

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Entertainment

Opinion

Liberals win P.E.I. majority, but winds of change sweep province

Updated at 10:03 - Islanders spoke out loudly for change on Monday. Yes, they voted in a third-straight majority Liberal government and congratulations are in order for Premier Wade MacLauchlan who convinced Islanders that he is the person most capable to take this....

Who will feed our children

Updated at 09:57 - Dr. Valerie Tarasak, the author of ‘Household Insecurity in Canada’, says her report found that more families in P.E.I. suffer from...

More suggestions for snow parade

Updated at 09:48 - I agree with Dave Atkinson about having a parade of  all our snow removing equipment and operators, those who haul the excess...

Judge, jury and policeman

Updated at 09:51 - I have noticed a very disturbing trend on the editorial page of the Guardian. There are letters that state that a woman who has an...

Bombing first, give aid second

Updated at 09:41 - We are shocked at what the Conservative government is doing in the name of all Canadians. Harper continues to equate statesmanship...

Opinion

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Canada - World

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