Charlottetown police release robbery video
Staffing strife at Charlottetown city hall; sources point finger at Kelly
The Guardian's Quick Question
Chaisson defends Island Marathon crown
Charlottetown man arrested for forcible confinement, assault
Red Nose Talent Show raises thousands for mental health association
RioCan, which owns properties in P.E.I., selling 100 assets
Tensions boil over with Aboriginal lobster fishery in Nova Scotia
Sears Canada liquidation expected to start Oct. 19
Cape Breton Post
Firefighters battle trailer fire near Albany
Guardian reporter Dave Stewart gives his impressions on Route 6 Motel in Cavendish
Summerside council denies West Drive rezoning request
Island man who refused breathalyzer after collision jailed
ElderDog P.E.I. calling on community to help with organization
12 P.E.I. restaurants warned about renewing licences last month
Veterans getting help to improve mental health: O’Regan
One veteran after another approached Seamus O’Regan at the Invictus Games last month in Toronto. They were taking part in the international adaptive multi-sport event for wounded, injured or sick armed services personnel and their associated ...
WEATHER: TUESDAY, Oct. 17 – Mix of weather, sun later
Environment Canada today is predicting mix of weather today, with an overcast morning, sun breaking through later, and cool but light northwest winds. On P.E.I. today, early morning temperatures ranged from a high of 9.0 at East Point, to a low of ...
No jail time for P.E.I. man who threatened neighbour
A P.E.I. man who threatened a neighbour after she asked him to be quiet in their apartment building’s parking lot was recently given a suspended sentence. Paul James Russell, 52, appeared before Judge John Douglas in provincial court in ...
Afghanistan veteran says support needed for brain injury survivors
Simon Micklethwaite once fought for Canada — now he battles to get through each day. His life took a dramatic, downward turn in 2009 while on tour in Afghanistan. Serving as a corporal, Micklethwaite was in an armoured military vehicle ...
Summerside science centre takes significant step towards reality
The proponents of a new science and technology centre planned for Summerside’s waterfront hope to start a capital campaign to fund the project early i ...
New TOSH track and field facility set to be ready in 2018
SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. - With two provincial titles under her belt, Emma Dibling is finally getting the chance to practise on a track and field surface at Three Oaks Senior High School. “It will be nice to have practice at an actual track ...
Tango the P.E.I. peacock, famous for 2015 escape, dies
NORBORO, P.E.I. - One of Prince County’s most colourful inhabitants has passed away. Tango the peacock died in his cage sometime overnight Saturday. He was eight years old. He is predeceased by his cage-mates Salsa and ...
Federal rules slow efforts to train Charlottetown police on carbine rifles
Some members of Charlottetown Police Services haven’t been getting trained on carbine rifles as quickly as originally thought. Back in January, The Guardian reported that the police agency had taken possession of 10 of the rifles, which came ...
P.E.I. MP Lawrence MacAulay meets Pope Francis in Rome
When in Rome ... P.E.I. MP Lawrence MacAulay got to rub shoulders with Pope Francis during his recent trip to Italy. The Cardigan MP and minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada was in Rome on Monday for a World Food Day ...
20 residents owe more than $18K to Tignish water and sewer utility
TIGNISH, P.E.I. - More than $18,154 is overdue to the Tignish sewer and water utility by 20 customers, the town's sewer utility chairman reported. Coun. John McInnis said the amounts overdue range from a little over $200 to $4,900. He got ...