Former Little Christo’s factory in DeSable to become three new businesses
Mom filmed while breastfeeding her baby at Cape Breton Regional Hospital
Man pleads guilty in P.E.I. court to holding ‘hot’ women’s underwear
The Guardian's Quick Question for April 19, 2018
Parole board considers P.E.I. sex offender 'imminent' risk to re-offend
UPDATE: Kinkora, P.E.I., native Dave Cameron fired by NHL's Calgary Flames
Altering painkiller prescriptions lands P.E.I. woman in court
Storm still smarting
OPINION: Bullied by government
Red Rock pushes Cougars to third set at New Brunswick volleyball tournament
Kensington Crusaders seeded No. 1 for final volleyball tournament
P.E.I. wrestlers achieve success at nationals
Veronica Keefe going to world team trials with national title on resume
Stratford's Ashley Hollis helps Atlantic Attack win Canadian title
Islanders ready to run today’s Boston Marathon
UPDATE: Hurricanes use another big third quarter to defeat Storm
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – Remove the third quarter and the Island Storm might be up 2-1 instead of down 2-1 in its Atlantic Division semifinal with the Halifax Hurricanes. For the second straight game, the Storm scored just 18 points in ...
DOWN THE BACKSTRETCH: Andrew going to the hall
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – The highest honour in Canadian horse racing is being bestowed on a former Islander. William Andrew, now of Calgary, is being inducted into the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame as a builder after decades of ...
Storm begins life without Maxwell tonight against Hurricanes
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – Can the Island Storm beat the Halifax Hurricanes without forward Du’Vaughn Maxwell? “That’s the question everybody wants to know (the answer to),” Storm guard Franklin Session said before ...
UPDATE: Maxwell released by Storm in midst of playoff run
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – The Island Storm has parted ways with one of its best players in the middle of its first-round playoff series with the Halifax Hurricanes. The Storm announced Tuesday morning it had released forward ...
Storm loses Game 2 in Halifax after Hurricanes have big third quarter
HALIFAX, N.S. – The Halifax Hurricanes stormed out of the locker room Sunday, had a big third quarter and tied their first-round playoff series with the Island Storm. The Storm held 23-20 and 45-42 quarter leads going into the halftime ...
FIDDLER'S FACTS: No name Islanders underdogs again
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – The surprising Charlottetown Islanders stunned the junior hockey world this season by finishing ninth in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). They did it with a small core of quality players like ...
UPEI celebrates its top student-athletes at annual awards ceremony
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – By all counts it’s been a banner year for Kiera Rigby and now the UPEI Panthers women’s basketball standout can add one of Atlantic University Sport’s (AUS) top awards to her list. Rigby, a ...
Maxwell, Session NBL earn awards
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – A pair of Island Storm players received year-end awards from the National Basketball League of Canada on Friday. Du’Vaughn Maxwell received the defensive player of the year honours while Franklin ...
Islanders out of professional squash debut
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – Even Mike Buchanan couldn't get through to qualify for the final 16 of the Vogue Optical Professional Squash Association Tournament held this week at the Spa Total Fitness and UPEI Athletic Centre. After ...
Island Storm strikes first in playoff series with Hurricanes
HALIFAX, N.S. – The Island Storm walked onto the court Thursday in Halifax as underdogs and came off it with a victory. The Storm defeated the National Basketball League of Canada’s top-ranked Hurricanes 108-102 to take Game 1 of ...