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Fredericton widow says she swore at Trudeau during condolence call
Charlottetown Harbour watercraft collision victim identified as Carter Michael Wood
Mount Herbert man who died of head injury identified as Tyler Richards
The Guardian's Quick Question for Aug. 18, 2018
Former P.E.I. music teacher moving on with his special gift
OPINION: New favourite superhero
Alberton councillor decries 'embarrassing' skid marks left by driver of half-ton truck
Stratford man arrested after alleged home invasion remains in custody
P.E.I. GIFted Genre Writing Group launches book Aug. 18
Isle of Skye lecturer visits P.E.I.'s Macphail Homestead Aug. 18
P.E.I. Ground Search and Rescue first recipients of Exemplary Service Award
Summer Reading Club closing today
Holland College graduates accept academic award
BETH CLINTON: P.E.I. libraries' Summer Reading Club closes Aug. 16
If you don't read this until first thing in the morning on Thursday, Aug. 16 you still have time to get the kids to the library for the Summer Reading Club closing party at 10:30 a.m. The party will have all the ...
Celebrating Mi’kmaq culture during powwow in Charlottetown
Drummers from the Wabanaki Confederacy perform Wednesday at the 10th annual Mi’kmaq Confederacy Pow Wow at Confederation Landing Park in Charlottetown. ...
Education programs set to begin as part of Arthritis Awareness Month in P.E.I.
The Arthritis Society of P.E.I. will be offering several education programs across the province as part of Arthritis Awareness Month in September. Starting this month, the society will be offering a new six-week Steps with Seniors program in ...
P.E.I. Women’s Institute displays talent during Old Home Week
The P.E.I. Women’s Institute (WI) is hoping its Old Home Week exhibition of handcrafts, horticulture and arts will draw visitors, and maybe attract new members. The show is on display on the second level of the Eastlink Centre during the ...
Montague family business a fixture in the community
MONTAGUE, P.E.I. - Hardware stores are typically known for carrying building supplies, such as hammers and nails. And dew worms? “Before the fishing season starts, people want to make sure we have a good supply of dew worms,” ...
National recognition for Amherst restaurant
AMHERST, N.S. – There’s a little piece of England tucked away on a side street in Amherst. It’s a very unassuming place - nothing elaborate about it. Once you enter, it doesn’t take long to appreciate the quaint atmosphere ...
Soaking up summer sun in Summerside
Kohen Baxter, 4, of Amherst, N.S., was making sandcastles at Summerside’s Green’s Shore during last week's heat wave. Baxter and his family were out enjoying the hot weather, which reached 38 C at one point. There is currently ...
Kids busy with structured sport find time for free play
TORONTO - Parents who fear that kids in organized sport spend less time on just-for-fun activities can take heart in a new study by researchers at McMaster University and the University of Toronto. Not only did the study find those kids embraced ...
DR. GIFFORD-JONES: Medical cannabis doesn’t work for everyone
Is marijuana as good as its reputation for treating painful conditions? Many years ago, I suffered a neck injury in Japan which resulted in chronic pain. So, I decided to try medical marijuana as painkillers, acupuncture, chiropractic treatment, ...
P.E.I. ‘Champ’ celebrates War Amps
A Stratford youngster was among those who took part in the recent War Amps 2018 Atlantic Child Amputee (Champ) seminar in Dartmouth, N.S. The seminar also marked the 100th anniversary of the War Amps. Mara Duncan, 6, is a right foot amputee ...