P.E.I. has $50,000 available for art grants
William McFadden joins Charlottetown mayoral race
The Guardian's Quick Question for Oct. 20, 2018
UPDATE: Northern Pulp pipeline could harm herring spawning beds, say ...
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Editorial: Customer disservice
UPEI adopts sexual assault policy
Charlottetown Coun. Greg Rivard wins seat by acclamation
P.E.I. native re-appointed to Senate protocol position
BLAKE DOYLE: Growing like a weed
Dragons' Den cast member Manjit Minhas delivers keynote at P.E.I. Biz2Biz Expo
Biz2Biz Expo in Charlottetown attracts more than 2,000 people
Consolidated Credit Union setting up satellite office at Credit Union Place
Breakfast with P.E.I. premier event draws Summerside chamber members
SMALL BUSINESS WEEK: CrossFit782 making gains in the business world
Canada Post hit by rotating strikes in Victoria, Edmonton, Windsor and Halifax
OTTAWA — The union representing 50,000 Canada Post employees has begun rotating strikes in four cities across the country. The Canadian Union of Postal Workers says the 24-hour strikes began Monday at 12:01 a.m. local time in Victoria, Edmonton and ...
Surge in online data turning used-vehicle sales into a buyer's market
TORONTO — The balance of power in the used car market is shifting towards shoppers as improved data and online offerings create more opportunities to push for the best price. A fast-evolving online marketplace is ...
How consumer tech is changing the way developers build condominiums
TORONTO — When the future residents of Toronto's Line 5 condo building order home delivery of groceries or a bite from Uber Eats or Foodora, there will be no need to rush home to ensure their food isn't left at the ...
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: CN earnings Canadian National Railway Co. releases its third-quarter results on Tuesday. CN and its rival Canadian Pacific said in September that they believe ...
Eastern China coal mine accident kills 2, leaves 18 trapped
BEIJING — Two people died and 18 were trapped in a coal mine in eastern China on Sunday after a rock burst destroyed part of a mining tunnel, state broadcaster China Central Television reported. The spontaneous fracturing of rock — a kind of ...
Ontario's former privacy commissioner resigns from Sidewalk Labs
TORONTO — Ontario's former privacy commissioner has resigned from her consulting role at a company that is preparing to build a high-tech community on Toronto's waterfront, becoming one of many to step away from the ...
Scheer marks one-year countdown to federal election with campaign-style speech
OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer marked the start of the one-year countdown to the 2019 election with a campaign-style speech that took direct aim at the Liberal government's record — on everything from carbon taxes, to ethics, to ...
Japanese car part maker INOAC Corp. fined $1.3 million for bid-rigging
OTTAWA — Japanese car parts manufacturer INOAC Corp. has been fined $1.3 million by Ontario's Superior Court of Justice after it pleaded guilty to rigging bids. The Competition Bureau says its investigation determined that INOAC entered into ...
Canada, U.S. defence giant set to launch high-stakes talks over warship deal
OTTAWA — The federal government and Lockheed Martin are preparing to launch high-stakes negotiations after the U.S. defence giant was given the first shot at a contract to design Canada's $60-billion fleet of new warships. Government officials said ...
SNC-Lavalin writes letter in bid to rally public support over criminal charges
MONTREAL — SNC-Lavalin is trying to rally public support as it prepares to endure a lengthy criminal trial after federal prosecutors refused to negotiate a compensation agreement. The Montreal-based engineering and construction firm took out ...