Parties now full swing in campaign mode

Parties now full swing in campaign mode

Updated at 17:43 - While Island farmers are gearing up for spring planting, those in the political sphere are also looking ahead to the warmer weather.

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Local

Lantz going province-wide Saturday

Updated on March 27, 2015 - The leader of the Progressive Conservative party is hitting the road Saturday with a tour of Island communities.

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Sports

Fiddler's Facts: Hitting the road

Updated at 08:02 - The Charlottetown Islanders and the Island Storm head into unfriendly waters as they journey along the playoff trail, one team...

Semifinal Saturday

Updated on March 27, 2015 - The playoff matchups are set for today's semifinals at the Maritime Hockey North junior C championship in Charlottetown.

Sports

Living

Taking his advice

Updated at 07:02 - You’ve played in two of the world’s most successful rock acts..

Two points of view

Updated at 06:33 - Although they both served in the Great War, from its beginnings in 1914 almost to its rather abrupt end in 1918, and they both were...

Living

Business

P.E.I. agricultural market report

Updated on March 27, 2015 - The Prince Edward Island Department of Agriculture & Forestry compiles a weekly agricultural market report.

Business

Entertainment

P.E.I.'s Martha MacIsaaac in on the action

Updated on March 27, 2015 - Actress stars in ‘The Pinkertons’, solving crimes, riding horses, shooting guns in the role of Kate Warne, the first North Americanfemale detective.

Catherine MacLellan wins Juno award

Updated on March 16, 2015 - After putting her heart and soul into her latest CD, Catherine MacLellan was rewarded in a big way last night.  

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The P.E.I. play that could

Updated on March 20, 2015 -   After a snow cancellation, The Ugly Duckling, a musical, bounces back onto the stage at The Guild in Charlottetown this...

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Entertainment

Opinion

Premier pushes P.E.I.’s concerns with key ministers

Updated at 06:33 - Premier Wade MacLauchlan arrived home from Ottawa and Toronto mid-week without any funding commitments to construct two new underwater electrical cables. Fisheries Minister Gail Shea announced federal funding of $50 million in dramatic fashion a week....

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He owned a rifle, but would he shoot?

Updated at 06:33 - I knew it as the “22” and growing up in rural P.E.I., I saw it only on rare occasions usually when an animal had to be euthanized.

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When Kafka comes to the airport

Updated at 06:33 - Earlier this week, I wrote a column about Bill C-51 and that bill’s remarkable assault on privacy rights. In this column, I want to...

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Terror threats by student. Really?

Updated at 06:32 - So the RCMP arrested a UPEI chemistry student whose crime seems to be based on accusations from anti-Muslim blogs, and his access...

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