Raceway Park in Oyster Bed Bridge closing; will continue as campground
Brodie McCarthy's twin brother accepts his Montague Regional High graduation certificate
UPDATE: Mike MacDonald remembered as champion of P.E.I. harness racing
The Guardian's Quick Question for June 23-24, 2018
Record drug seizure in P.E.I. leads to five years of prison time
P.E.I. business navigates public backlash after nixing prom photos
Drunk driver who hit house gets jail time
City of Charlottetown takes its Eastern Gateway Waterfront Master Plan back to ...
Foodland in Summerside closing its doors July 21
Cornwall woman celebrating 60 years as a hairdresser
Golf P.E.I. gets $500K funding boost
Aylward calls for transparency in selecting P.E.I. electoral reform referendum commissioner
Urban Beehive Project in Charlottetown expands with addition of educational play structure
Steve Gallant declares for Stratford council
Summerside man pleads guilty to assault
Teen who stood alone against gun violence to receive award
WILSON, N.C. — A teen who was the only student to walk out of his North Carolina high school during a national protest of gun violence is one of six who will share BET's Humanitarian Award. The award typically goes to one person. But this year, the ...
Trudeau, Scheer and Singh court voters in Quebec on Fete Nationale holiday
MONTREAL — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is continuing his weekend trip to Quebec, where he'll spend the Fete Nationale holiday meeting members of the public. After making stops in Drummondville and Montreal on Saturday, Trudeau ...
Nearly half of youth incarcerated are Indigenous: Statistics Canada
WINNIPEG — Nearly half of all youth who end up in custody across Canada are Indigenous, a statistic that a Manitoba activist says shows unacceptable and systemic racism. Data released by Statistics Canada shows Aboriginal youth made up ...
Manitoba, Saskatchewan had highest rates of Indigenous youth in custody 2016-17
WINNIPEG — A Statistics Canada report says 46 per cent of all incarcerated youth across Canada were Indigenous in 2016-17. Here is a breakdown by province of admissions to custody of Aboriginal youth during that time (in per ...
Opposition parties tying up work of Parliament with obstruction tactics
OTTAWA — Anyone watching the televised proceedings in the House of Commons one night earlier this month might have thought they'd mistakenly tuned in to a travelogue. One after another, dozens of members of Parliament — primarily ...
On the hunt in Oregon for a rare Sierra Nevada red fox
BEND, Ore. — In a dense forest at the base of Mount Bachelor, two wildlife biologists slowly walked toward a small cage trap they hoped would contain a rare red fox species. Jamie Bowles, an Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife technician in Bend, ...
New Brunswick election will offer preview of 2019 federal battle
FREDERICTON — A telegenic, social media-savvy Liberal leader known for big deficits is pitted against an austerity-minded rookie Tory leader just beginning to make an impression on voters. In what can be seen as a preview of the next ...
Newfoundland and Labrador challenges Ottawa over dwindling salmon: 'The stakes are high'
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Liberal governments in Ottawa and St. John's are in a power struggle over the province's fast-dwindling wild salmon. Newfoundland and Labrador's salmon population has declined by 45 per cent since 2015, ...
Optimism and strife to greet Canadian peacekeepers as they arrive in Mali
BAMAKO, Mali — When Canada's first peacekeepers to this West African nation arrive at their new home Sunday, they will find a country riven by rampant poverty, internal divisions and strife — but where sprigs of optimism exist. Driving through ...
A dozen Canadian peacekeepers arrive in Mali as yearlong mission begins
GAO, Mali — Canada entered a new era of peacekeeping on Sunday as the first dozen members of Canada's mission in Mali landed at a UN base near the desolate city of Gao. The troops were accompanied by chief of the defence staff Gen. Jonathan Vance ...