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Improvements coming to Naufrage Harbour

Updated at 11:32 - Improvements are planned for Naufrage Harbour, home port to 78 vessels on Prince Edward Island’s north shore, between St. Peter’s Bay and East Point..

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Sports

Selects up to the challenge

Updated on August 03, 2015 - Adversity has already struck the P.E.I. Youth Selects before they play their first game at the Canada Cup in Saskatoon on Wednesday..

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Stratford wins KCBL slugfest Photo

Updated on August 02, 2015 - Curtis MacGregor was 4-for-4 to help lead the Stratford P.E.I. Brewing Company Athletics to a 15-7 victory over the Peakes Bombers...

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Living

Options for considering a gluten free diet

Updated at 10:52 - Question: There is so much talk about gluten-free diets lately, and I have friends who feel great eating gluten free even though they don't have celiac disease. However, an article I read had a headline referring to the danger of a gluten free diet....

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Getting far away

Updated on August 02, 2015 - Painful red ant bites, a stingray’s sting, sharing space with scorpions, crossing the path of a poisonous snake.

Everyone should read ‘Harperism’ book

Updated on August 01, 2015 - On the most superficial level, “Harperism” is a book by Donald Gutstein (Lorimer, Toronto, $22.95). However, what Harperism refers...

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Business

P.E.I. makes BuzzFeed

Updated on August 02, 2015 - Local photographer John Morris was trending on BuzzFeed this week after the American Internet news company featured a series of his photographs from Prince Edward Island..

Cocktail recipes to go

Updated on August 01, 2015 - The Prince Edward Island Liquor Control Commission is offering a fun and interactive way for customers to find new ways to mix...

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Diverse backgrounds at tourism complex

Updated on August 02, 2015 - CAVENDISH- The business community in Cavendish has welcomed its newest member. The Cavendish Tourism Complex Development held a...

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Celebrating in story and song

Updated on July 31, 2015 - For six years now, the St. Peters Courthouse Theatre has hosted a summer festival in tribute to the writing legacy of former poet...

Taking the leap

Updated on July 31, 2015 - When actress Morgan Wagner saw a call for artists for the upcoming aBigWHAT Sketch Comedy season, she became excited with the...

Entertainment

Opinion

Lengthy campaigns not really unusual in national elections

Updated at 10:50 - When word began circulating over the past week or so that Prime Minister Stephen Harper was going to see the governor general on the weekend seeking an election writ, many Canadians were surprised. There is a perception this campaign will be....

Living in a pluralistic, secular society

Updated at 10:46 - “You can always judge the worth of a man…by …his enemies,” someone said. My critics, to paraphrase Bob Dylan, presume to “Have God...

Empty promises

Updated at 10:42 - There’s probably no better promise for a politician than one they make knowing that the courts will keep them from delivering.

UCCB cheques bribing voters

Updated at 10:34 - The federal election is here and it is obvious that the Harper Conservatives are willing to spend billions of your tax dollars to...

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