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Memorial scholarship pays tribute to Islander who went missing 25 years ago
OPINION: A small concert to start
The Guardian's Quick Question for March 23, 2018
Editorial: Sobering thoughts
Four months in P.E.I. jail for violent reign of domestic terror
Borden-Carleton man’s sudden death investigated by occupational health and safety
LETTER: Comments offensive
P.E.I. native heading to Harvard University to study genetics behind cancer
Spring is here: Income tax credits and benefits should be top of mind
Yard sailing through Revenue Canada waters
DICK YOUNG: Heirlooms are personal and you can generally leave your estate to whomever you want
BLAKE DOYLE: The impact of technology on jobs
New York-style pizza shop, Satellite Pizza, opens in Confederation Court Mall
East Prince Women’s Information Centre offers program to help women find jobs
CN and Teamsters union reach tentative agreement on conductor labour contract
MONTREAL — Canadian National Railway Co. and the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference say they have reached a tentative agreement to renew the labour contract for about 1,700 CN locomotive engineers in Canada. They say they're not releasing details of ...
Clarification to March 19 story about BlackBerry Ltd.
WATERLOO, Ont. — The Canadian Press reported on March 19 that BlackBerry Ltd. chief marketing officer Mark Wilson said the company's new technology is focused on about 40,000 business people globally. The company has clarified the ...
BlackBerry says new software bridge to Microsoft products will increase security
WATERLOO, Ont. — BlackBerry Ltd. is launching a new way to enhance the security of commonly-used Microsoft Corp. cloud and mobility software in response to increased customer awareness of the need to protect sensitive information. The two companies ...
North American markets plunge as Trump moves to impose China tariffs
North American markets closed down sharply Thursday as U.S. President Donald Trump stoked fears of rising protectionism by moving to impose China tariffs. The U.S. trade actions include imposing restrictions on Chinese investment and ...
DavidsTea board to scrutinize co-founder's slate of director nominees
MONTREAL — The chair of DavidsTea's current board says it's carefully reviewing a slate of director nominees submitted by a 46 per cent shareholder that has indicated an interest in taking the chain of tea shops private. DavidsTea ...
Average 30-year mortgage rates rose to 4.45 per cent
WASHINGTON — Long-term U.S. mortgage rates are ticking up slightly this week, the 10th increase in the past 11 weeks. Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac said Thursday that the average rate on 30-year fixed-rate mortgages rose to 4.45 per cent from 4.44 per ...
Agricultural producer Cargill to sell some Ontario assets to La Coop federee
WINNIPEG — Cargill has reached a deal to sell some of its Ontario grain and crop inputs assets, including its stake in South West Ag Partners, to Quebec-based agri-food co-operative La Coop federee. The agricultural producer and ...
Bids rise at Calgary Stampede canvas auction, as oilpatch optimism picks up
CALGARY — Proceeds from the Calgary Stampede chuckwagon canvas auction are on the rise, suggesting that economic optimism in the oil and gas sector is also picking up steam as crude prices stabilize above US$60 per barrel. A total of $3.2 ...
Publisher of Theranos book moves up release date to May
NEW YORK — The publisher of an investigative book on blood testing startup Theranos has moved up the release date from October to this spring. "Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup" was written by Pulitzer Prize winning journalist ...
US, AT&T fire opening salvos as govt seeks to block merger
WASHINGTON — The government and AT&T exchanged opening salvos in a federal trial Thursday as the U.S. seeks to block the telephone giant from absorbing Time Warner, in a case that could shape how consumers get — and how much they pay for — ...