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P.E.I. man pedalling to Citadel Hill for veterans
An Islander will test his mettle in a bicycle ride to honour Canada’s wounded veterans. Colin Craig will be participating in the Wounded Warriors Canada Highway of Heroes Ride Nova Scotia on Aug. 23-25. “It’s both ...
Migration from China to Canada subject of P.E.I. multi-media project
A new organization is aiming to document the lived experiences of 155 Chinese immigrants throughout Canada. The Chinese Immigrants Oral History Preservation Organization launched the Here We Stay project on Monday at The Guild in Charlottetown. ...
P.E.I. man takes shower in stranger's home; judge orders mental health assessment
A P.E.I. man who the Crown says has been exhibiting “somewhat bizarre” behaviour that included taking a shower in a stranger’s home was recently ordered to undergo a mental health assessment. John Tyson Boudreault, 23, ...
Health P.E.I. finds psychiatrists to do court-ordered mental health assessments
P.E.I.’s problems getting court-ordered mental health assessments completed may be at an end after the province has found two psychiatrists to do them. In a statement, Health P.E.I. said Dr. Terrence Cronin will be doing on-site ...
Donation protects 226 acres of wetland and hardwood forest in P.E.I.
Thanks to the generosity of an Island family, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has conserved 226 acres of rare wetland and hardwood forest in Kingsboro, near Souris. The ecologically significant site was donated for conservation by Camilla ...
New Charlottetown library to be constructed in Dominion Building
Charlottetown’s public library will soon have a new home in the Dominion Building, along with $16 million to assist with the move and renovations. The federal and provincial governments announced joint funding Wednesday afternoon for ...
UPDATE: Charlottetown driver charged after collision with pedestrian at crosswalk
A female pedestrian was taken to hospital Wednesday morning after being struck by a vehicle at a crosswalk in Charlottetown. Const. Ron Kennedy, a reconstructionist with Charlottetown Police Services, says the woman was bleeding from her head ...
New resources online for P.E.I. tenants and landlords
A new website is now available for Island tenants – www.rentingpei.ca. The Tenant Support Centre, a project of Community Legal Information Association (CLIA), has launched the new website. Rentingpei.ca provides plain language legal ...
Fishermen's groups seek candidates' stance on Nova Scotia pulp effluent
A coalition of Maritime fishing associations that oppose plans by a Nova Scotia pulp mill to discharge effluent into the Northumberland Strait is bringing their concerns into the federal election campaign. In a joint statement released Monday, the ...
P.E.I. swimmer takes second place in 14km Northumberland Strait swim
Early Sunday morning, 44 endurance swimmers waded into the choppy Northumberland Strait waters and proceeded to swim 14 kilometres alongside the Confederation Bridge. Paige Crowell, 25, was the only swimmer from P.E.I. who took part in the ninth ...