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
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STEVE BARTLETT: Get your kids to power down their devices and turn The Corner
I miss The Corner at the intersection of Carmen and Notre Dame. My parents had a white fence there, along the western side of our yard. At times, the top rung of the fence would buckle with the weight of 30 kids. At times, the laughter from ...
RICK MACLEAN: Asking the right question
It all seemed so simple. Stay or go? In 1980, one of my grad student mates from Quebec started plastering everything he could find with Oui stickers. He wanted out. Of Canada. His argument was something like this: Some of my best friends are ...
Russell Wangersky: The politics of marketing
Friday was a historic day for the English language. Or for the brown king crab — no, sorry, for the golden king crab. (I’ll explain.) On Friday, May 4, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) finally, grudgingly, ...
Steve Bartlett: Globetrotters recall Bartlett
There’s a soft tap on my shoulder during the second quarter. “Dad,” my son whispers, “when are you going to play?” He’s eight and still believes his old man can do anything. Someday he’ll ...
WEEKEND CARTOON: Isles reach new success
Charlottetown Islanders enjoyed their most successful season ever by reaching game seven in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League semi-final. ...
ALAN HOLMAN: What about the skunk?
BY ALAN HOLMAN GUARDIAN COLUMNIST It was a simple enough proposition. One that everyone assumed would get easy passage in the Legislative Assembly. But, nothing is ever simple in the Island legislature. Last fall, the Grades 5-6 class from ...
WAYNE YOUNG: Go outside and play
As a kid, I was constantly encouraged by my parents to get outside and play. For reasons I never fully understood, being inside was clearly not a good thing, regardless of the season. However, that time spent outdoors is an enduring memory of ...
Russell Wangersky: For the love of cod
This is not a column that will topple governments. No resignations will occur, no apologies will be forthcoming, nor is the universe likely to tip on its axis and alter all life as we know it, leaving sentient amphibians as the planet’s most ...
RICK MACLEAN: Why the beef with the fox?
(EDITOR’S NOTE: Rick MacLean’s column was unavailable for publication last Saturday because of technical issues) Did the silly season suddenly start early? If you’re not familiar with the expression, it comes from desperate ...
Russell Wangersky: Hunt for serial killer opens up new can of worms
“We have met the enemy and he is us.” — Walt Kelly’s cartoon character, Pogo I know it’s hard to argue about the privacy rights of a possible serial killer and rapist. But privacy rights are pretty much the ...