UPDATE: P.E.I. RCMP focus on separate scenes in two suspicious deaths
Charlottetown tattoo shop owner talks about long road ahead after ...
Life-threatening injuries sustained in Brackley collision
Currie called up by Edmonton Oilers
Vehicle catches fire at Charlottetown Wendy’s
The Guardian's Quick Question for Feb. 23, 2019
Blood drive in honour of Stratford man being held Tuesday, Feb. 19
Murphy Group opening new oyster bar in Halifax
Diner delicioso: Maid Marian’s in Charlottetown has translated its ...
An eagle soars in Uigg
The Guild Musical Theatre School's production of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ opens tonight in Charlottetown
Charlottetown woman draws on experience in new Neptune Theatre production
Seals need to be left alone in the wild, says DFO
Speaker to focus on DNA testing and genealogical research
Toddlers to seniors will find something to enjoy at Confederation Centre Public Library
Bark for Life P.E.I. raises more than $33,000
Bark for Life P.E.I. recently met with the Canadian Cancer Society, P.E.I. division to turn in funds raised during the 2018 calendar year. The total of $33,731.42 makes it their most successful fundraising year to date. Since Bark for Life ...
Confederation Centre launches Symons Medal and Lecture Essay Contest
Island students in Grades 11 and 12 are invited to submit an original and creative essay or digital piece responding to the current state of Canadian confederation for the Symons Medal and Lecture Essay Contest. The Symons Medal is one of ...
HIGH SCHOOL REPORTS: Island students busy with extracurricular activities
Montague Regional High School There are no classes on Feb. 25 as it is a joint staff day. Yearbooks can be ordered until Feb. 21. The cost is $50. Payment can be made by cash or cheque, payable to MRHS. Yearbooks can also be ordered online ...
Supporting the QEH
GIFFORD-JONES: Pros and cons of Dr. AI
How much will artificial intelligence (AI) play in the future when you require medical care? Today, millions are being spent to produce cars that drive by themselves. Will the same be spent on Dr. AI, your family doctor? Ironically, this column ...
Health P.E.I. support eases the launch of medical practice
Launching a medical practice can be challenging, but Dr. Mitch Stewart says he found plenty of support from the local medical community and from Health P.E.I. when he started practising as a general practitioner in Charlottetown. Stewart went into ...
P.E.I. residents participate in Pink Shirt Day
PAPEI, Mikinduri: Children of Hope form partnership
The Paramedic Association of P.E.I. (PAPEI) and Mikinduri: Children of Hope (MCOH) have partnered together creating opportunities for Island paramedics to support a local charity and work in humanitarian capacities abroad. PAPEI has developed a ...
Presentation tonight in Charlottetown focuses on theatre
Duncan McIntosh will present “A Brief History of Professional Theatre in P.E.I.” today at 7:30 p.m. at Benevolent Irish Society, 582 North River Rd., Charlottetown. Admission is free, and everyone is welcome. Doors open at 7 ...
Discovering Your Acadian Roots to be presented on Feb. 17 in Miscouche
A free bilingual genealogy workshop will be held at the Acadian Research Centre of P.E.I. on Sunday, Feb. 17, 1:30 p.m., to assist people who are new to Acadian genealogy or have done research but would like some help. The centre is located at the ...