Major update for Charlottetown meat store
P.E.I. woman found guilty of pulling pellet gun on teen
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Tim Arsenault: Ya blew it, TSN
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Stratford, P.E.I. woman steals gold ring, but only gets $75
Coroner investigating death of inmate from P.E.I. jail
Atlantic Canadians brace for rate hike impact
Thirty year passion for pottery turns into side business for P.E.I. artist
Les Parsons, CEO of the Charlottetown Harbour Authority, is retiring
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Tourism video targets millennials using ads, storytelling, music and visuals to showcase Charlottetown
Toronto market drags as U.S. stocks mostly push higher; loonie down
TORONTO — Rallying oil prices and a rising energy sector weren't enough to keep Canada's main stock index out of the red Thursday, as U.S. stocks mostly closed higher amid a pullback in bond yields. The S&P/TSX composite index was down ...
Book Trump? Interest groups press case at his properties
WASHINGTON — Payday lenders got regulators to rethink rules on how closely to vet borrowers. E-cigarette makers got a delay in federal oversight of many vaping products. Candy makers praised a decision to hold off on more stringent labeling ...
German court defers ruling on banning diesel cars in cities
BERLIN — A German court has deferred a decision on whether to allow a ban on diesel cars in cities to lower air pollution, a move that could have drastic consequences for the country's powerful auto industry. The Federal Administrative Court in ...
Innergex sees boost from cryptocurrency mining after Alterra takeover
LONGUEUIL, Que. — Innergex Renewable Energy Inc. says increasing demand from cryptocurrency mining is helping to boost demand at its recently acquired operations in Iceland. CEO Michel Letellier says the energy-intensive computer activity ...
Gildan may help large retailers fight Amazon by supplying private label clothing
MONTREAL — Gildan Activewear Inc. is eyeing opportunities to build a private label business for its activewear products as large U.S. retailers shift their strategy to offset the threat from Amazon. The Montreal-based maker of apparel, including ...
Rapid changes in remittance industry means a good time to shop around
Liza Bautista has been sending money home to family in the Philippines for more than 20 years, using the same remittance company for much of the time. "Because of convenience — and my family over there already knows they're going to be ...
Statistics Canada says retail sales fell 0.8 per cent in December
OTTAWA — Canadian retail sales fell in December after the growing popularity of Black Friday sales in advance of the holiday season boosted results in November. "The drop was no big surprise, given the clear tendency in recent years for December ...
SNC-Lavalin has Plan B if Canadian law not changed for corporate corruption: CEO
MONTREAL — SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. says it has a Plan B if the federal government fails to enact legislation to address corporate wrongdoing with the introduction of a deferred prosecution agreement regime. "I think there's alternatives that we ...
Loblaw facing challenging year, as Q4 profits fall on PC Optimum, price-fixing costs
Loblaw Companies Ltd. reported a drop in its fourth-quarter profit and said it is prepared for another challenging year in the grocery industry as it readies for increased labour costs and the impact of recently announced drug reform. The ...
Cineplex Inc. considers mobile phone concession pre-ordering as food drives growth
TORONTO — Cineplex Inc. moviegoers could soon order their popcorn from their mobile phones before heading to theatres, as the company focuses on concession stand sales, restaurants and bars to continue to ...