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Kent Brown is retiring after a lengthy, distinguished career overseeing legal aid in P.E.I.
There has never been any hurry to Kent Brown – not in how he carried out his duties as P.E.I.’s director of legal aid or in his decision to retire after nearly half a century of playing a key role in the province’s justice ...
Man pleads guilty to assaulting peace officer after ramming cruiser with truck
A P.E.I. man will be sentenced Jan. 5 after pleading guilty to several charges connected to ramming an RCMP cruiser three times with his truck. Clifford Ray Wilson pleaded guilty in provincial court in December to assaulting a peace officer, ...
Charlottetown man hopes his book helps people along difficult journey
Peter Rukavina wants to offer some insight and guidance to people facing a painful path, similar to the one he has traversed. The Charlottetown resident has compiled a unique documentation of the five years his wife, Catherine Miller, lived with ...
P.E.I. native commands key role in addressing pandemic in major naval exercise
Editor’s note: This article is being reprinted courtesy of CFB Esquimalt Lookout Navy News. Sub-Lieut. K.B. McHale-Hall Special to The Guardian “People first, mission always.” Amid a global pandemic, this core ...
JIM DAY: Introducing Islanders to intriguing people highlight of journalism career
It was to be a pit stop in my journalism career. With six years of reporting under my belt, I came to The Guardian in September 1993 set to work at my second daily newspaper for a year or two, then move on to a larger news ...
Two P.E.I. lawyers receive Queen's Counsel designation
Gary Demeulenaere and Sophie MacDonald are the most recent recipients of the highest honour in the field of law. “Only those who have demonstrated excellence in their field and who have made important contributions to Island communities and ...
Take-out orders for Chinese food are very strong for New Year's Eve
Jim DayThe GuardianThe pandemic does not appear to be interfering with the entrenched P.E.I. tradition of ordering Chinese food to help ring in the New Year.Liz Feng of China Star in Summerside says the family-run restaurant is always hopping on Dec. ...
Dr. Heather Morrison named The Guardian’s Newsmaker of the Year
Dr. Heather Morrison has not shied away from the glaring spotlight she has been thrust into for most of an extremely difficult 2020. That does not mean Prince Edward Island’s chief public health officer has been soaking up all the attention ...