This guy gives a $hit - P.E.I. group grows to more than ...
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
P.E.I. clinic has helped 28 Islanders with head injuries, concussions
The Acadian tradition of Mi-Carême brings joy, laughter and mockery during Lenten season
Feasting on sweet potatoes during Easter and Passover
Mussels a perfect choice to make planning a weeknight meal easy
Phyllo spruces up spring brunch and you'll likely find phyllo dough in the frozen food section of your supermarket
MARGARET PROUSE: Cookbook explores using waffle makers to create many kinds of treats
Dr. Nadine Arsenault-Samson receives the 2018 Étoile Santé award
SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. - Over 50 bilingual employees of the Prince Edward Island health sector attended the Au cœur du service (At the heart of the service) conference on March 2 at the Centre Belle-Alliance in Summerside. This event was an ...
Volunteering program at manors catching on with West Prince residents
ALBERTON, P.E.I. - Phyllis Weatherbie and Dale Ryan have an afternoon gig every Tuesday – entertaining Western Hospital patients. Weatherbie says the patients seem to enjoy them. “We like to sing the old songs they ...
ANIMAL TALK: Raising good canine citizens
Many of us have experienced the pleasures and companionship of sharing our lives with a dog. Dogs are generally loyal, loving, uncritical, entertaining and always willing to take us out for a walk. Unfortunately, some of us have also ...
STERLING STRATTON: If buildings could talk
By Sterling Stratton Author/artist of “1,000 Island Images of Historic Interest” At the Beginning In the 1850s, most of the land on the north side of the Montague River was owned by William Watson. It is thought that the ...
GUEST SERMON: How can Jesus Christ help?
By Rev. D. Blair Sorrey Special to The Guardian “For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.” 2 Timothy 1:7 You don’t have to look very far or read ...
Summerside Community Church welcomes Tracy Linkletter as new executive pastor
SUMMERSIDE - Summerside Community Church has a new executive pastor, Tracy Linkletter from Edmonton, Alta. Linkletter joins Senior Pastor, Andrew Bryce, who founded the church 20 years ago. Executive pastor (XP) is a relatively new and ...
Boston Conservatory and Holland College form partnership
Holland College has signed an agreement with the acclaimed Boston Conservatory at Berklee that provides up to 44 credits to graduates from Holland College’s two-year dance performance program when they enrol in the conservatory’s bachelor ...
Olympian, author and speaker, Heather Moyse coming home
SUMMERSIDE – After months of training and two weeks at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea, Heather Moyse is returning home to Prince Edward Island for a visit. Being back on home “red” soil, Moyse is excited to ...
BETH CLINTON: Children’s library celebrates March break
March break is breaking out all over, especially at the library. Check out any or all of the programs in the children’s library during March break. Regular story times, toddler times and baby lap sit will occur, as scheduled. As ...
These stuffed tomatoes are a nice update to old pepper ones
Does your meatless Monday game need an overhaul? As a meat-eater myself, I find that the trick to meatless meal-making is to have a small repertoire of recipes that can work as a side dish or first course, or be eaten in larger quantities as a ...