GAIL LETHBRIDGE: Griping about ‘youth today’ is a rite of passage
A few questions with Halifax artist Élana Camille Saimovici
Why can’t it be you? The driving force behind success
SUCCESS = career + money ... or does it?
Should I stay or should I go? A look at graduate retention
A conversation with Canadian Armed Forces veteran and health ...
Generational value gaps shifting as individualist thinking warps view ...
Success: Two women. Two lives. One take.
Five questions, 10 answers: let's make prejudice, inequality history
Money. Happiness. Family. How do we define success?
Passport to P.E.I. heritage available
Haviland Club event Sunday in Charlottetown
Reading Recovery celebrates 20 years on P.E.I.
GUEST SERMON: 'How would Jesus Score?'
New route for Lobster Carnival Parade
91-year-old shares childhood memories of living in Bug Lighthouse at entrance to Yarmouth Harbour
Music night at Baba’s to benefit P.E.I. Humane Society
A P.E.I. Humane Society fundraiser event is being held on Sunday, June 30, at Baba’s Lounge in Charlottetown. Halifax disk jockey, Scout aka Jody Wagstaff, along with Island disk jockey, Buzzcat aka Landon Harris, will be providing music for ...
John Connolly at the Trailside for Sunday show
John Connolly will be performing a much-anticipated solo acoustic show at the Trailside Music Cafe' & Inn on Sunday, June 30. An award-winning singer-songwriter, Connolly has released several of his own works, produced albums for other ...
Lineup announced for Summerside's Concerts in the Garden
The garden of Wyatt Heritage Properties, 205 Prince St., Summerside (corner of Granville and Prince streets) is set to come alive with the sound of music performed by local musicians on the outdoor stage. Getting underway on July 3, the annual ...
P.E.I.’s 100 Women Who Care reaches 201 members
Members of 100 Women Who Care are celebrating their fifth anniversary. In June 2014, 112 members joined the group. At the March 2019 meeting, the goal was set to reach 200 members and it was surpassed. At the group’s June 11 meeting, the ...
Sunday Night Shenanigans begins June 30
Sunday Night Shenanigans, hosted by Judy MacLean, kicks off its 11th season on June 30 at 7 p.m. at the York Community Centre. Featured performers include the “spoon man” Brendon Peters, fiddler Gary Chipman accompanied by keyboardist ...
Linda Jean Nicholson to speak at June 27 meeting of Belfast Historical Society
The story of Mrs. Widgery’s Parcel will be presented by Island genealogist and researcher Linda Jean Nicholson during the Thursday, June 27, meeting of the Belfast Historical Society at 7 p.m. at the Croft House, Selkirk Heritage and Cultural ...
Young P.E.I. residents take the stage as Kensington hosts 27th annual step dance festival
At the back of the church hall, Charlie MacLaren waits her turn to dance. Her mother, Melissa-Dawn MacLaren, stands next to her. The old wooden floor is familiar territory for them both as the 17-year-old has been competing at the annual ...
Tip-A-Vista launches collective 24,000-kilometre walk in Bonavista
Even for a community, walking 24,000 kilometres in just a few months seems like a daunting task. Not for Bonavista, however, as residents are already well on their way to accomplishing the goal set by Tip-A-Vista Wellness Foundation. Eliza ...
New monument commemorates buildings by first settlers in Brackley
The location of the post office boxes on the Brackley Point road is much more than just a spot to get mail. It is where the first settlers of the Brackley area built a school and church for the community. Although the buildings were later torn ...
GIFFORD-JONES: Heart disease: What's fact, what's fiction
George Orwell, the English journalist, wrote, “Myths that are believed in tend to become true.” Today cardiovascular disease is still the number one killer. Yet there are still myths about this disease which can be dangerous to ...