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Winds from post-tropical storm Teddy picking up this afternoon, diminishing tonight on P.E.I.
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P.E.I. man caught going 154 km/h fined, RCMP impound vehicle
A 44-year-old man has been fined for excessive speeding after he was stopped by the RCMP on Monday. A Stratford RCMP officer was on patrol conducting traffic enforcement on the Trans-Canada Highway within the town limits when a vehicle was noted ...
Effects of hurricane Teddy being felt across P.E.I. today ahead of landfall
While hurricane Teddy isn’t expected to make landfall in the Maritimes until Wednesday morning, there is a lot of weather ahead of the system that will be felt today. Cindy Day, chief meteorologist with the SaltWire Network, held a media ...
Banned driver caught on snowmobile in P.E.I. jailed
A P.E.I. man who was riding a snowmobile while he was prohibited from driving was sentenced recently to 35 days in jail. Michael Charles Doucette, 56, appeared before Chief Judge Nancy Orr in provincial court in Charlottetown where he was ...
Temporary closures at Parks Canada places in P.E.I.
In anticipation of hurricane Teddy, Parks Canada advises visitors that Robinsons Island Road and a portion of Wild Rose Road (access to Greenwich beach in P.E.I. National Park) are being pre-emptively closed to reduce risk and to ensure visitor ...
P.E.I. man sentenced to time served for threatening actions towards two women
A 58-year-old P.E.I. man who has been battling mental health issues stood in court to apologize for his disturbing actions that caused great fear in the lives of two sisters. “I understand I caused them emotional distress,’’ ...
UPDATED: Trick-or-treating on Halloween to go-ahead in P.E.I. this year
Fright night will proceed this year. Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Heather Morrison offered some hopeful news for Halloween fans, confirming that trick-or-treating will be permitted on P.E.I., albeit with some spooky rules in ...
Charlottetown man involved in minor collision may face impaired driving charges
A 52-year-old Charlottetown man may face charges after police responded to a minor two-vehicle collision on Capital Drive just after 3 p.m. on Sept. 21. While interacting with one of the drivers at the scene, Charlottetown police determined he was ...
P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Tuesday, Sept. 22
Weather It will be a wet and windy day across the province Tuesday. SaltWire meteorologist Cindy Day said Hurricane Teddy is expected to strike the Maritimes as a strong post-tropical storm and that P.E.I. could see between 60 ...
No rest until missing P.E.I. teen is found
The search continued Monday for Alex Hutchinson, the 17-year-old who went missing after the small boat he and two friends were in capsized on Sept. 16. Max MacIsaac managed to swim to shore that night. The body of Ethan Reilly was retrieved ...
Zack Bell to seek PC nomination in Charlottetown-Winsloe
Former radio personality Zack Bell will be seeking the Progressive Conservative nomination in District 10, Charlottetown-Winsloe. A by-election is expected in Charlottetown-Winsloe within the next six months. Liberal MLA Robert Mitchell resigned ...