Updated at 11:49 - Mark Arendz fired his name into the history books as the first Canadian ever to win a silver medal in biathlon at the Paralympic Winter Games.1
Updated on March 07, 2014 - Eustace Reeves wasn’t exactly feeling 100 per cent on Friday but that wasn’t going to stop him from being at the P.E.I. Provincial Home Show in Charlottetown..
Updated at 00:42 - SUMMERSIDE — The Western Regals outlasted the Summerside Hemphill GM Capitals 8-5 on Friday night to advance to the P.E.I. Midget AAA Hockey League championship series..
Updated at 11:02 - When Montreal-born Dr. Etienne Côté arrived at the Atlantic Veterinary College following successful veterinary practices in Boston and Los Angeles, he fully expected to remain there for just one year..
Updated at 06:32 - During the summer of 2002, the producers of the Festival of Lights announced there would be a special guest artist on the program for that year’s Canada Day concert in Charlottetown..
Updated on March 03, 2014 - The Islander, Feb. 26.
Updated at 07:02 - Editor’s note: The following is a an excerpt from H. Wade MacLauchlan’s forthcoming book, “Alex B. Campbell, the Prince Edward Island Premier Who Rocked the Cradle.”.
Updated on March 07, 2014 - The Charlottetown Festival production of Anne of Green Gables has been officially acknowledged as the longest running annual musical theatre production in the world..4
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14:41 - LAVAL, Que. - The Parti Quebecois has released an election platform today that puts the proposed charter of values and protecting the French language at the top of its list of priorities..
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