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Get creative with Christmas projects right at home
A gift to anticipate
Sewing love, cheer into every stitch
Island of inspiration: Artist Adam Young paints vibrant scenes of East ...
Rooted in Christmas tree traditions
Holiday help at the ready
Recipes for the holidays
Decor, function go hand in hand with this DIY holiday project
Must-watch holiday movies
This rum cake tastes like redemption
Household debt pressure pushes delinquencies, insolvencies higher in Atlantic Canada
'Climate shocks' reducing fish stocks in New England, and Atlantic Canada could be next
This Brackley, P.E.I. drive-in theatre is expanding because of Disney
SYLVAIN CHARLEBOIS: Keep calm, eat your fries, and don't sweat potato crops
Charlottetown short-term rental owners welcome regulation, not restrictions
Greenspot Auto Sales closing after 47 years, company’s founder died in October
New CADC board coming together
Dave Stewart The Guardian The board of directors for the newly-revamped Charlottetown Area Development Corporation (CADC) is starting to come together. Charlottetown council recently held a special meeting to appoint its two representatives, ...
Charlottetown Chamber awards honour local business community
THE GUARDIAN The Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce once again put a spotlight on local businesses at its annual awards ceremony. Recipients in eight categories were honoured in this year’s The President’s Excellence ...
JOE SHERREN: Tell your employees to "take a hike"
As managers, most of us are just trying to survive in this chaotic world where business and work pressures seem to be exponentially increasing. So, many of us are feeling overwhelmed much of the time. We feel we have just too much to do, not enough ...
'It was a dream, and I’m so happy I did it:' Charlottetown vegan restaurant My Plum, My Duck closing in December
Sarah Forrester Wendt named her vegan restaurant after a quote from a 1940’s comedy film. But, more importantly, how often her father quoted it. “It’s what my Dad calls my Mom. He’d come home from work and be like, ...
Ocean imaging first priority for Canada's Ocean Supercluster
“The theory is if we can work together in new ways and we can build solutions that apply to more than one sector at the same time, we can scale businesses faster and we can be more globally relevant.” - Kendra MacDonald, ...
Transcontinental shutting down P.E.I. printing plant, 'reorganizing' in Halifax
Transcontinental is shutting down its Prince Edward Island printing plant and planning a “reorganization” at its Halifax plant throwing 15 people out of work. Eleven of those layoffs are in P.E.I. “We conducted an analysis of ...
Charlottetown restaurant owner could lose it all after falling victim to credit-card scam
Sara Sadat’s trusting nature has put her Charlottetown restaurant in peril – a business the woman has tirelessly poured her heart and soul into for more than five years after fleeing turmoil in her native Afghanistan. She owns and ...
Think tank says Atlantic Canada's 'prosperity gap' could be closed in a generation
The prosperity gap between Atlantic Canada and the rest of the country could be closed in a generation, according to a new report that calls for “pro-growth policies” including tax cuts and curbed spending. The report released ...
Stratford trampoline park holds grand opening on Nov. 9
Arcade machines ring out to the left in the bright room. Behind them is the soft play area for younger kids and infants with a padded floor, slides, tubes and plenty of equipment to climb on and through, along with a small ...
Death of 2.6 million salmon in Newfoundland reignites debate over fish farming
Fishing captain Gary Snooks pulls his boat alongside a fish cage in Fortune Bay off the southern coast of Newfoundland. A chunky, pink plume covers the water. Aboard the Sara Ann, sounder equipment measures decaying fish nine fathoms deep ...