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What you need to know about COVID-19: August 13, 2020
Money on the table: Government's $4.7 million allocation to Cavendish Farms, P.E.I. Potato Board still being spent
Single-vehicle accident slows traffic near Albany Y in P.E.I.
O'Leary teenager struck by motorcycle last week remains in critical condition
No change to gas prices in Aug. 14 petroleum update for P.E.I.
Flight information released for men who tested positive for COVID-19 in P.E.I.
Charlottetown, P.E.I., children organize fundraiser for relief efforts in Lebanon
Two motor vehicle accidents, smoke from cellphone among calls to Charlottetown Fire Department in July
Canada, P.E.I. work together to benefit from new solar array
One P.E.I. riding is about to become the greenest in Canada, after funding for a new solar energy array and storage facility was announced Thursday morning. The Slemon Park Microgrid Project, a 100-acre, 10-megawatt solar array is expected to ...
Police may never determine if suspicious device found on Charlottetown property was an explosive
A Charlottetown resident who stumbled across a suspicious device that looked like a small pipe bomb may never know if what he found was an explosive. Baterson MacLeod called Charlottetown police Tuesday when he discovered a pipe measuring about ...
P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Thursday, Aug. 13
Weather There will be a mix of sun and cloud across the province Thursday. Winds will start in the southwest and come around to the west with a high of 29 C. A heat warning is in effect for Kings, Prince and Queens counties. P.E.I. ...
Tyne Valley looking for support in Kraft Hockeyville voting this week
It is showtime for Tyne Valley. The West Prince community, which lost the Tyne Valley and Area Community Sports Centre to fire on Dec. 29, 2019, will be in the national spotlight as one of four finalists for the title of 2020 Kraft ...
Morell Fire Department responds to blueberry harvester fire on Wednesday
The Morell Fire Department responded to an emergency call involving a blueberry harvester that caught fire Wednesday afternoon. Fire Chief Alan Robbins said the piece of farm equipment caught fire on the Settlement Road as it was being transferred ...
Advocate warns against complacency on conversion therapy, urges other provinces to adopt bans similar to P.E.I.’s
Two years ago, Daniel Boudreau began pushing P.E.I. politicians to do something that would outlaw conversion therapy on P.E.I. Since then P.E.I. has passed legislation effectively banning medical practitioners from carrying out the practice. But ...
UPDATE: P.E.I. reports five new COVID-19 cases
Chief public health officer Dr. Heather Morrison reported five new cases of COVID-19 on P.E.I. linked to international travel on Wednesday. In a media briefing, Morrison said the five new cases had been in self-isolation since arriving in ...
RCMP in P.E.I. reminds residents not to operate boats while impaired
In Prince Edward Island, the RCMP treats all cases of operating a boat or personal watercraft while impaired the same that they would a case of impaired driving on the roads. The fines and penalties are the same in order to reflect the severity of ...
Kings District RCMP impound multiple vehicles, lay charges
Between 8 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 10 and 8 a.m. on Aug. 11, Kings District RCMP dealt with three different events all resulting in the seizure of vehicles and charges laid. It began on Monday with a report of a speeding motorcycle in Vernon River ...
Drunk driver caught with beer in vehicle jailed in P.E.I.
A P.E.I. man who had two boxes of beer in his vehicle when he was caught driving drunk was recently sentenced to three days in jail. David Parker Beer, 59, appeared before Chief Judge Nancy Orr in provincial court in Charlottetown where he entered ...