Charlottetown production of Mamma Mia! makes first casting announcement
UPDATE: P.E.I. wins bid for 2023 Canada Winter Games
Man facing multiple charges after car theft, arson incident at ...
The Guardian's Quick Question for Nov. 16, 2018
SOMERS: Retirement dreams and realities for baby boomers
Charlottetown police say taxi struck pedestrian on St. Peters Road
Paula Biggar posts apology on Facebook after curt email
P.E.I. man awaits verdict on sex offences charges dating back 20 years
OPINION: Access still denied
Francophone Young Millionaires in P.E.I. post their best-ever results in 2018
No shortage of activities for all ages in Charlottetown in advance of Christmas break
Plum pudding fundraiser underway to benefit CLIA, P.E.I. Humane Society
Canadian FoodGrains fundraising feast taking place in Charlottetown Nov. 17
MARGARET PROUSE: Experiments with fruitcake
P.E.I. man part of Project Drawdown
HIGH SCHOOL REPORTS: Take Our Kids to Work Day Nov. 14
Charlottetown Rural High School The student council is holding an open council meeting on Nov.13 at 11:40 p.m. in the lecture theatre. All are welcome to attend as non-executive council members to help in the planning of upcoming school ...
Mark Critch in Charlottetown Nov. 14
Mark Critch of “This Hour Has 22 Minutes” will be in Charlottetown Nov. 14 to share some laughs and launch his new book, “Son of a Critch: A Childish Newfoundland Memoir.” He will be at the Florence Simmons Performance Hall ...
Gary Schneider to receive Mentor Award Nov. 21
Gary Schneider is the recipient of the 2018 Mentor Award for the Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty and will receive the award on Wednesday, Nov. 21, 7 p.m., during a dinner in his honour at the Charlottetown Hotel. Doors open at 6:30 ...
Wheatley River Remembrance Day ceremony begins at cenotaph, concludes at hall
Despite the cold and the strong winds there was the usual large gathering in the small, rural community of Wheatley River for its annual Remembrance Day Service. The service began at the cenotaph with chairman Don Matheson leading in the singing ...
ICMP annual dinner and silent auction set for Nov. 17
International Children’s Memorial Place will hold its annual Fundraising dinner and silent auction on Saturday, Nov. 17, at Centre Belle Alliance (Ecole sur Mer French School), located off South Drive in St. Eleanors. The silent auction ...
P.E.I. initiative launched to help greet new residents to community
Several Acadian community groups have partnered with the Conseil scolaire-communautaire Évangéline (CSCE) to establish a new welcome program for people new to the area. The “Bienvenue/Welcome Évangéline” ...
GUEST SERMON: People are known to God, nothing can erase them from His memory
It was a battle he was not supposed to fight. According to orders, his battalion was to be kept in reserve. But, on the morning of Sept. 2 1918, new orders were issued. At 0900 this 21-year-old soldier from P.E.I. was running across no-man’s ...
Charlottetown mayor participates in poppy campaign
Jack MacIsaac, right, president of the Charlottetown Branch No. 1, Royal Canadian Legion, presents Charlottetown Mayor Clifford Lee with the first poppy during the legion’s Poppy Campaign, which wrapped up Saturday. ...
SIMON LLOYD: Islanders get the long-awaited news that the war is over
The Guardian for Nov. 1, 1918, carried several items of welcome front-page news. Under the headline “Board of Health Has Lifted The Ban,” it was reported that Charlottetown’s health officer had advised city council the previous ...
Annual remembrance observance features historical drama Nov. 11 in Charlottetown
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church will host its annual “Honouring Our Veterans” service and historical drama on Sunday, Nov. 11 at 7 p.m. The service will feature special music with guest trumpeter Peter ...