Major update for Charlottetown meat store
P.E.I. woman found guilty of pulling pellet gun on teen
The Guardian's Quick Question
Theft of guitar with great sentimental attachment devastates P.E.I. musician
Tim Arsenault: Ya blew it, TSN
Armchair Olympians Day 13
Norris murder trial in final phase in Newfoundland Supreme Court
Stratford, P.E.I. woman steals gold ring, but only gets $75
Coroner investigating death of inmate from P.E.I. jail
Stronger, faster, higher as Parkside Elementary students hold Olympic ceremony
If Buildings Could Talk: Major T. B. Rogers House - 172 Stratford Road - Built 1930
GUEST SERMON: God’s love ‘unchangeable, unconditional’
Once horses ruled the roads on P.E.I. and a talk will tell how cars were banned
Summerside writer turns the page on her career with feature film, ‘Still the Water’
White Cane Week celebrated on P.E.I. with bowling event
SUMMERSIDE – Sandra Poirier is just like everyone else, with one exception. “I’m a normal person, I just can’t see as well as others,” said the 74-year-old partially sighted Summerside resident. Poirier was ...
Trinity United Church in Charlottetown counts its blessings during heritage month
Trinity United Church in Charlottetown, blessed in religious and architectural history and the oldest protestant church in continuous use in Charlottetown, is celebrating its heritage in several ways this month. “It’s a church ...
SALLY COLE: Becca’s story will warm even the coldest heart
Every once in a while, I hear a story that really warms my heart. You know, the kind of yarn that could easily turn into your favourite Hallmark Holiday movie. That’s how I felt when P.E.I. native Jason Tremere told me about a book he had ...
Selkirk Millennium Seniors Club members are making basket and buddies
When Sylvia Deveaux heard that the Selkirk Millennium Seniors Club was giving basket weaving classes at the Belfast Recreation Centre earlier this winter, she was hesitant to sign up. “I was a little nervous until I got started,” says ...
Jack Frost Winterfest photo entries
The Guardian held a contest in recent weeks asking for submissions from you to send us your winter photos. We picked a few winners, but received many more pictures than we had room for in our print edition. Above is a slideshow ...
Recognize the signs of family violence
Violence in families affects those inside and outside the family – and now a new guide will help businesses better support employees who are dealing with family violence. Addressing Family Violence – A Guide for P.E.I. Workplaces ...
Stratford’s Winter FamFest returns Feb. 17-19
STRATFORD, P.E.I. - The Town of Stratford’s Winter FamFest is back for another Islander Day long weekend, with a series of events for families and winter enthusiasts of all ages. This fun-filled weekend fair is Stratford’s recently ...
Stretching the acting muscles as P.E.I. Pay-What-You-Can Theatre Festival benefits actors and audience members
February is usually a quiet time of the year for actors. Many people are between contracts with plenty of time on their hands. But it’s not like that in Charlottetown this month. The mid-winter lull has created a performance ...
East Coast Art Party finds new, permanent location for the perfect date night
For more than several years, a couple of Island business partners have been offering the perfect date night. With Art After Dark, Len Currie and Jeff Kelly were inviting people in to hot spots all over the province for a social painting ...
P.E.I. Association of Exhibitions looks forward to challenges and growth in 2018
Members of the P.E.I. Association of Exhibitions from across the Island held their annual general meeting recently in Souris, hosted by the Eastern Kings Exhibition. President Paul Jackson, reporting on the Canadian Association of Fairs and ...