P.E.I. gas prices drop 3.8 cents June 15
UPDATE: Family of four, who recently moved to P.E.I., forced from new ...
UPDATE: U.S. not trying to destroy supply management, Sonny Perdue says during ...
Paper Lions, Irish Mythen to headline Canada Day celebrations in Charlottetown
Health P.E.I. appoints Jim Revell as temporary trustee
Luxurious listings: 10 most expensive homes for sale in P.E.I.
UPDATE: Several agencies still determining details of Beach Point boat collision
Editorial: Mending fences
The Guardian's Quick Question for June 18, 2018
Former Summerside councillor now seeking Charlottetown council seat
Motorists violating rules of the road at a number of Charlottetown intersections
No golf carts on roads, says Charlottetown police
Canadian gardening author to give presentation in Charlottetown
Kensington man sentenced for theft of ring
P.E.I. man pleads guilty to breaching an undertaking
Summerside nature enthusiast identifies and translates the songs of wild birds
SUMMERSIDE Distinctive songs fill the crisp Saturday morning air as a small group flocks to the western end of MacKenzie Drive, poised with binoculars and cameras in hand, with the hope of capturing a variety of bird species along the Summerside ...
All-female motorcycle club in P.E.I. hopes for more members
The world of motorcycles may seem very macho to some, but Erin Gillespie hopes she can make the ride smoother for would-be women bikers. Gillespie got the idea to bring a female motorcycle club to P.E.I. a couple of years ago when she took part ...
Postcard back in hands of Charlottetown woman who mailed it 49 years ago
All it took was a Facebook message to bring Carol Maclauchlan back to a time of peace, love and rock and roll. It was 1969, when a then 20-something Maclauchlan was on the third year of her North American adventures, having hitchhiked across ...
City of Charlottetown improves access at City Hall for people with hearing loss
The City of Charlottetown is turning up the volume at City Hall. The city spent $6,500 to install technology to improve services to people with hearing loss. The municipal building is now equipped with a hearing loop in council chambers, as ...
Six Charlottetown residents displaced after apartment fire
Five women and a toddler have been displaced following a fire that damaged two apartment units in Charlottetown Friday night. No one was injured during the fire, which occurred inside a six-unit apartment building at 147 Beach Grove Rd. in West ...
P.E.I. man appointed chair of Farm Products Council of Canada
A P.E.I. man has been appointed the new chairman of the Farm Products Council of Canada (FPCC). Brian Douglas began his four-year term June 11. A graduate of the University of Guelph, Douglas has enjoyed a public service career spanning over ...
Stash Energy Inc. founders wanted a big problem they could solve
Stash Energy Inc. started with new graduates who wanted a big problem they could solve. Co-founders Jordan Kennie, CEO, and Daniel Larsen, chief product officer, and Erik Hatfield, chief technical officer, were finishing engineering degrees at ...
P.E.I. electric utilities involved in pilot project for heat pumps that store energy
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Three entrepreneurs, including one from P.E.I., think they’ve come up with a home heating innovation that will “stash” energy to help homeowners save on energy costs. “With the uprising of ...
Charlottetown deputy police chief Gary McGuigan retires
Charlottetown Deputy Police Chief Gary McGuigan has retired following 34 years with the force. His retirement was effective June 1. Police Chief Paul Smith said McGuigan was tasked in major crime for a while before he was transferred back to ...
Man gets house arrest for stealing more than $2,650 worth of items from P.E.I. stores
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - A P.E.I. man who went on a theft spree that included stealing 52 cans of lobster from a grocery store was sentenced Friday to serve six months of house arrest. Jeremy Russell Wagner, 38, appeared before Judge John Douglas ...