Charlottetown police release robbery video
Staffing strife at Charlottetown city hall; sources point finger at Kelly
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Chaisson defends Island Marathon crown
Charlottetown man arrested for forcible confinement, assault
Red Nose Talent Show raises thousands for mental health association
RioCan, which owns properties in P.E.I., selling 100 assets
Tensions boil over with Aboriginal lobster fishery in Nova Scotia
Sears Canada liquidation expected to start Oct. 19
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Wife makes appeal to lift spirits of Summerside man in intensive care unit
Wo-He-Lo sale, which starts Wednesday, will help P.E.I.’s tiniest and most fragile babies
Free information sessions on dementias this month in Charlottetown
Animal welfare scientist to give public talk in Charlottetown Oct. 17
HIGH SCHOOL REPORTS: P.E.I. students focus on their future
Summerside business features local spots icons on display
Canada 150 program supports upgrades to three North Shore, P.E.I., communities
Three North Shore community centres will be getting more than $116,000 in upgrades through the federal government’s Canada 150 program. ...
Cape Wolfe author celebrates ‘The Devil is Smooth Like Honey’
Cape Wolfe native Michelle Arsenault, who writes under the name Mima, has not let the dust settle as she whips out her eighth book, “The Devil is Smoo ...
Future firefighters tour Summerside department for Fire Prevention Week
This is the 10th year Summerside Fire Department has run the school program, which has reached about 600 children. Grade 3 students, Kole Enman, from left, Gabe Martin, Kylie Anderson, Hanna Decourcey, Kelsey Adams and Samana Nqiv hopped up on an old ...
JEAN-SEBASTIEN MORIN: The wine waiting game
Regardless, the result is the same, you find yourself with a number of bottles that have to be stored somewhere. What to do? There is no need to start off with a 5,000-bottle, climate-controlled cellar like those featured in Architectural Digest or ...
MARGARET PROUSE: Autumn brings apple abundance
If we had a basement cold room, or a root cellar that didn’t freeze, it would be easy, but we don’t, so we save some for eating fresh, find ways to preserve as many as we can, and make plenty of dishes containing apples. The majority of the apples go ...
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE: Butler John Robertson to speak at fall workshops
The provincial board invites WI members and non-members to its fall workshops. These free workshops will feature a session with John Robertson - known for his “The Butler Is In” segments regularly aired on CBC Radio - P.E.I.’s Canadian Hard of ...
Relay For Life fills void for this year
“Help fight cancer so other people can play and have fun and enjoy life,” she read. The message continued with the child’s instruction: “You can start by donating at least two dollars.” The Canadian Cancer Society brought the luminary bags to schools ...
Zion congregation gives thanks for P.E.I. reverend’s years of service
Matheson had previously served as senior minister at Zion Church for a 21-year period, during which time the church experienced growth and benefitted from his passion for missions and his Maritime-wide weekly radio broadcasts. Following his ...
Family Mega-Bingo helping food bank to stock the shelves
The benefit will be held Oct.15 at 2 p.m. at the Evangeline School cafeteria in Abram-Village. Participants will have a chance to win a variety of merchandise and gift cards, valued at more than $3,000. Some of the prizes include a TV, a gym ...
Book sale helps P.E.I. literacy programs by raising more than $12,000
“It’s absolutely fantastic. All of this money will go towards literacy programs. It will hopefully make someone’s life easier and satisfying,” said Anna MacDonald, the volunteer co-ordinator for the book sale. Although there was a large number of ...