City of Charlottetown moving to e-ticketing
PEI 2018 Christmas lights map
Former autism charity worker pleads guilty
The Guardian's Quick Question for Dec. 17, 2018
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OPINION: City shopper gets message
Some Spring Park students moving to West Royalty in September 2019
Former P.E.I. PC opposition leader dies
Charlottetown driver charged in collision with police vehicle
Funding supports programming at P.E.I. Central Development Corporation
SOMERS: Who gets Prince’s little red Corvette?
P.E.I. Workers Compensation Board average employer rates reduced
New beer launched to recognize Gahan House brewer Trent Hayes
UPEI students to join Startup Zone as resident company with new luggage pick-up app
Survey weighs in on Souris training needs
Cannabis legalization voted Canadian Press's Business Story of the Year
TORONTO — Canada's trailblazing move to legalize cannabis for recreational use, which sparked an entirely new industry and had wide-ranging implications for nearly every facet of society, has been voted The Canadian Press Business News Story of ...
NewsAlert: Cannabis legalization voted Canadian Press's Business Story of the Year
TORONTO — Canada's legalization of recreational pot has been voted The Canadian Press Business News Story of the Year. In an annual poll of the country's newsrooms conducted by The Canadian Press, business editors and reporters across the ...
'They're coming:' Flying cars may appear in urban skies by 2023
The flying cars depicted in science fiction classics such as "Blade Runner" and "The Fifth Element" have long been seen as flights of fancy, but their arrival is closer than you think. At least a dozen companies are prototyping or testing ...
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week
TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Home sales The Canadian Real Estate Association is expected to release its monthly home sales figures for November on Monday. The reading comes after home sales ...
Staples Canada transforms business model with co-working spaces, cafes and more
TORONTO — Regular customers of certain Staples Canada Inc. locations may not recognize their local stores the next time they visit. The company is transforming its business model at two locations in Kirkland, Que. and Toronto to ...
Tear gas in Paris, but fewer protesters and bigger demands
PARIS — A protest movement that has brought the French into the streets for five Saturdays in a row in a major challenge to President Emmanuel Macron lost momentum in its latest nationwide outcry, but the smaller crowds pushed fervently for one of ...
Canada Goose delays Beijing store opening because of construction
TORONTO — Canada Goose Inc. says the opening of its Beijing store has been delayed. The Toronto-based luxury parka maker says in a statement to The Canadian Press that the delay is due to ongoing construction. The company has not ...
TSX closes at two-year low on concern about slowing Chinese economy
TORONTO — Canada's main stock index ended another losing week with the market closing at a two-year low Friday on concerns about a slowing Chinese economy that drove oil and natural gas prices lower. The S&P/TSX composite index ...
GM working to retrain employees affected by Oshawa plant closure
OSHAWA, Ont. — General Motors of Canada Co. is working to set up jobs and training programs for employees who will be put out of work when it closes the Oshawa Assembly plant next year even as Unifor promises an extended fights to ...
Suncor warns forced provincial oil cutbacks pose safety, operational risks
CALGARY — Forced Alberta government crude oil production cuts next year will result in "unintended consequences" that could include increased safety hazards for its employees, Suncor Energy Inc. warned Friday. Despite the curtailments ...