Nova Scotia startup cracks the shell of traditional seafood industry
Innovation at every level of operations key to Verafin’s success
East Coast climate change researchers shaking things up
What if work wasn’t crazy?
Change is inevitable. Here's how you navigate it
Disruptive innovation is much more difficult than we think
Innovating in the fight against climate change
Ready to dance in Rollo Bay Nov. 23
Charlottetown wreath contest entries due Nov. 23-24
‘John Gracie Swing into Christmas’ and ‘A Christmas to Remember’ Dec. 6-7 at Charlottetown’s Trinity United Church
P.E.I. student to narrate composition
Two short films focus on resistance, connection with land and water tonight at UPEI
Charlottetown Fire Department hosts fire safety program with PEIANC
P.E.I. Association for Community Living in running to win $125,000 donation
The P.E.I. Association for Community Living (PEIACL) is the only Atlantic Canadian organization among the 10 finalists in iA Financial Group’s Canada-wide philanthropic contest. PEIACL submitted its proposal, “Caring Conference: ...
GIFFORD-JONES: Stay ahead of disability or death
It’s been said that if the U.S. Constitution were rewritten afresh, it would not stress the pursuit of happiness but the pursuit of health. Today, when people get together, discussions eventually turn to health concerns, such as losing ...
Welshmen Community Band on stage in Charlottetown
The Holland College Welshmen Community Band, under the direction of Christine Blanchard, will present its annual holiday concert today at 7 p.m. in the Florence Simmons Performance Hall in Charlottetown. This concert will feature traditional ...
PCH celebrates 25 years of Lights for Life
This year, the skies will light up over Prince County Hospital (PCH) on Dec. 4 for the 25th annual Lights for Life celebration. During November, gifts are made to the PCH Foundation in honour and in memory of loved ones with all funds going ...
Canada’s Smartest Kitchen now includes special filling equipment
HIGH SCHOOL REPORTS: Students put their efforts behind various projects
Westisle Composite High School Westisle's student council president Mary Fran Williams and her team, as well as the students of Westisle, had a successful fundraising campaign called Socktober. Over 340 new pairs of socks, 23 coats, 14 hats, ...
AVC in Charlottetown to offer session on caring for pets’ teeth
Dr. Mike West, community care clinician at the Atlantic Veterinary College in Charlottetown, will discuss how pet owners can help their pet’s teeth and gums stay healthy during a special presentation on Thursday, Nov. 21, 7-8:30 p.m., in ...
Ostomy Education Day set for Nov. 23 in Charlottetown
There will be an Ostomy Education Day on Saturday, Nov. 23, at 9:30 a.m. to noon, at the Murphy Pharmacy Community Centre, Richmond Street, Charlottetown. This is a drop-in opportunity for people to ask questions and get information on a ...
ATLANTIC SKIES: Neptune: Monarch of the sea
Named for the Roman god of the sea (counterpart to the Greek god of the ocean Poseidon), Neptune is the eighth planet from the sun, and by some recent reckoning, the farthest planet from the sun (more about that next week, when I discuss ...
Santa came to Summerside’s County Fair Mall for a worthy cause
It was a magical moment for Karver Wagstaff as he met Santa Claus for the first time. Santa’s arrival at the County Fair Mall in Summerside, Saturday, offered families the change for free photographs in exchange for food ...