Health P.E.I. board had plan to close hospital beds, says Mitchell
P.E.I. fishermen say they are ‘confused and frustrated’ by spring lobster prices
Body of missing 50-year-old P.E.I. man found
Trails closed at P.E.I. historic site due to coyote behaviour
UPDATE: Harvey Weinstein arraigned on rape, criminal sex act charges
The Guardian's Quick Question for May 25, 2018
Expansion of P.E.I.-based cannabis producer could create up to 200 jobs
The Guardian returns as title sponsor of the Gold Cup & Saucer
Gold Cup & Saucer has been a staple for P.E.I. families for ...
Plant, bake and book sale May 26 at Trinity United Church
Walk for Alzheimer’s is May 27 in Charlottetown and Summerside
Hedgerows, windbreaks focus of workshop in Orwell, P.E.I.
Island folklorists receive prestigious Marius Barbeau Medal
Huntington's Disease Awareness Month marked at Charlottetown City Hall
Charlottetown MS Walk taking place Sunday
The annual MS Walk is taking place Sunday in Charlottetown. Starting at the HMCS Queen Charlotte at 3 p.m., funds raised from the walk will support research into the cause, treatment and cure of multiple sclerosis, as well as valuable services, ...
Vintage vehicles on display Sunday
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – Doug Parkman, left, with the P.E.I. Antique Car Club Inc., is shown in front of his 1939 Packard Six Business Coupe, and Lester Fall with the East Royalty Lions Club displays his 1970 Buick Electra 225 ...
A breath of spring in P.E.I.
Siblings Sebastian, 8, left, Eva Lyn, 6, and Zoe Connor 10, check out the flowers in Ken MacDonald’s garden in Charlottetown. MacDonald is donating some plants for the annual plant, bake and book sale at Trinity United Church in ...
P.E.I. students awarded medals at Canada Wide Science Fair
Three Island students have earned national medals at the Canada Wide Science Fair. The event, held May 12 to 18 at Carleton University in Ottawa, saw representation from five Island students. “We can all be proud of the achievements of ...
Withdrawal results in CSLF trustee acclamation
The withdrawal of a candidate has resulted in the acclamation of a school trustee for the French Language School Board. Elections P.E.I. made the announcement in a release Tuesday, making Lynne Faubert school trustee for Eastern Kings Zone ...
Irish delegation visiting P.E.I., with events planned for May 24-28
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – The annual celebration of the arrival of the Glasgow Irish in 1830 to Fort Augustus will be honoured this year with the presence of two Irish delegates from County Monaghan, Ireland. The Fort Augustus Irish Descendants ...
Spiritual counsellor Rev. David Maginley to speak at Stratford event on Friday
STRATFORD, P.E.I. – Four-time cancer survivor and therapeutic touch practitioner and teacher Rev. David Maginley will be the guest speaker at an Atlantic Therapeutic Touch Network event this week. The public is welcome to attend his ...
Belfast Historical Society welcomes BAWG (Belfast Area Watershed Group)
ELDON, P.E.I. – The Belfast Historical Society has announced that the guest speaker for its May meeting will be Scott Roloson from Ocean View. All are welcome to attend the meeting on May 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the Croft House as everyone ...
Living Life after Stroke sessions start Wednesday with four planned across P.E.I.
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – Heart & Stroke P.E.I., in partnership with Organized Stroke Care, P.E.I. and Health P.E.I, is presenting Living Life After Stroke, a series of free information sessions this month for stroke survivors and family ...
Farmers Helping Farmers annual meeting May 24 in Charlottetown to include meal, awards and presentations
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – Farmers Helping Farmers is inviting members, supporters and anyone interested in learning more about the group's work in Kenya to be part of the organization's annual general meeting. The event will be held ...