Cornwall crossing fingers for project funding
Preliminary review of P.E.I. land finds foreign ownership down, corporate ownership up
Former Stratford Rotarian steals money from club
FEDERAL BUDGET Housing initiatives announced this week will not impact P.E.I. supply: broker
Residents roused about proposed Grand River roundabout
Egmont Conservatives choose Logan McLellan as candidate
Federal government to offset P.E.I. funding for EV charging stations
The federal government has allocated $300,000 to offset a previously announced provincial program to build new electric vehicle charging stations on P.E.I. The province had originally included $750,000 in last fall’s capital budget for the ...
P.E.I. teen records first ukulele single, ‘Hurt Me Without Sound’
Zaneta Ambassa was nervous on her first day of recording. Because of this, her voice was jittery, and she struggled to hit every note. Usually, singing is a way for her to clear her head and express herself. But eventually, she eased into a ...
Job of demolishing former Prince Edward Home moves another step forward
Tenders have closed on the demolition of the former Prince Edward Home in Charlottetown. Sealed tenders were to have been delivered to the province’s public works and planning division of the Department of Transportation, Infrastructure and ...
P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Thursday, March 21
Weather It will be mainly sunny across the Island today with southwest wind gusting up to 40 km/h and a high of 5 C. The UV index 4, or moderate. Increasing cloudiness tonight with wind gusting up to 40 km/h and a low of -2 C. With the wind ...
Greens cry foul over former Liberal spokesperson who reviewed P.E.I. Referendum Act
Green Leader Peter Bevan-Baker is calling for an investigation by the province’s ethics and integrity commissioner into the role that a lawyer with ties to the Liberal party had in drafting the province’s Referendum Act. Peter ...
P.E.I. woman jailed for defrauding Stars for Life charity where she worked
A P.E.I. woman who defrauded a charity that works with people with autism was sentenced Wednesday to 90 days in jail and ordered to repay almost $27,000. Tracy Ann Smith, 40, appeared before Chief Justice Tracey Clements in P.E.I. Supreme Court in ...
Summerside man receives minor injuries in motel room fire
A Summerside man received minor injuries to his hand after a fire broke out at a city motel on Saturday, March 16. Summerside firefighters were called to the Shine Motel on Water Street East at about 4 a.m. A man and a woman living in one of ...
Driver issued ticket after truck collides with horse and buggy in New Perth, P.E.I.
Two people escaped serious harm, but a horse was injured after a truck struck a buggy in Kings County early March 20. RCMP said a driver of the truck was coming out of a driveway onto Route 22 in New Perth just after 7:30 a.m. when he struck the ...
P.E.I. Green party nominates Keeping in District 4
Matthew Keeping Green Party of P.E.I. members recently nominated Matthew Keeping as their candidate for District 4 – Belfast-Murray River, at an event held at the Belfast Rec Centre. The contested nomination was determined after ...
No jail time for P.E.I. sneaker thief
A P.E.I. man who stole a pair of sneakers from a sporting-goods store has been given a suspended sentenced. Aaron Matthew Wilson, 40, appeared before Judge John Douglas in provincial court in Charlottetown recently for sentencing after previously ...