Challenges and successes for new Canadians
Focus on opening doors drives immigration aid groups
Immigration Program "a model that could be extended to … the country"
'If this region is going to survive and prosper, immigration is ...
McNEISH: 'We are now a global community'
The Guardian's Quick Question
Younger doctors exhausted by new practice demands
Fighting to find a family doctor: ‘The whole process is undignified.’
What we learned, what you said about doctor shortage in Atlantic Canada
Challenges, solutions to Atlantic Canada's doctor shortage
Family doctor shortage a threat to health care
Congrès mondial acadien 2019 is coming to Souris
Presentation in Wellington to focus on growth strategy
Ann Wheatley guest speaker at community forum in Stratford
‘Kronborg – The Hamlet Rock Musical’ opens June 21 at Confederation Centre
Applications for arts grants for P.E.I. residents now being accepted
Basilica celebrates 100 years with special concert
Exploring tensions in art at Confederation Centre Art Gallery
The Confederation Centre Art Gallery is featuring a new exhibition entitled “In the Balance”in the Upper West Gallery until Sept. 22. The collection show explores the tensions between form and concept, ideas and matter, making and ...
Young people gather in North Rustico for Atlantic Drama Festival
Watermark Theatre is hosting the National Theatre School of Canada's Atlantic Drama Festival in North Rustico this weekend. Beginning today and running until May 19, the festival brings together high school students from throughout the region ...
Family resource centre in P.E.I. marks anniversary
The P.E.I. Military Family Resource Centre recently celebrated its fifth anniversary. Since opening in 2014, the centre has increased in size from five staff members to seven and changed locations from the West Royalty Industrial Park to HMCS ...
BETH CLINTON: Spring has sprung at the library
Daffodils have appeared in my flower bed, so I’m keeping my fingers crossed that spring is actually here. As well as flowers, spring means the children’s library is turning towards summer and the Summer Reading Club. This year’s ...
Calling all junior foodies across P.E.I.
The 2019 P.E.I. International Shellfish Festival is just a few months away, and host chef Michael Smith is inviting young chef wannabes to compete in the second annual Junior Chef Challenge presented by Dairy Farmers of Canada. This September, six ...
Agriculture union donates more than 1,000 pounds of beef to P.E.I. food banks
Agriculture Union local 90004, in partnership with the Public Service Alliance of Canada – Atlantic Region, purchased a 1,060 pounds 4-H steer at the 68th annual P.E.I. Easter Beef Sale held March 29 and donated the beef to Islanders in ...
MARGARET PROUSE: The first feed of the first fruit of spring
It is exciting to see the curly rhubarb leaves unfurl in the garden and anticipate the first feed of the first fruit of the season. I have been thinking about what a friend said about rhubarb. She dislikes it – well, more than that, she ...
Gender and sexual diversity groups call for peaceful protest across P.E.I.
Local activist groups are encouraging Islanders to display their own Pride flags across P.E.I. on Friday in recognition of International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. P.E.I. Inter-Pride, a coalition of local gender and sexual ...
Learn how to prune a tree in Orwell on May 18
There will be a free workshop on pruning trees and shrubs on Saturday, May 18. The Macphail Woods Ecological Forestry Project is hosting the workshop at the Sir Andrew Macphail Homestead in Orwell. It will be of interest to all those who work ...
P.E.I. motorists reminded to look twice for motorcycles
As warmer days arrive, more Islanders are enjoying P.E.I. roads on their motorcycles, and law enforcement officers will be conducting special traffic checks throughout May to ensure motorcycle riders and drivers are driving safe. Scott Lundrigan, ...