Support pours in for new father whose wife died after giving birth ...
Teen struggles to tell her story to P.E.I. court about alleged rape
The Guardian's Quick Question for March 15, 2018
Gallant and the Garlic Girls
Bizarre battle over body of Charles Manson won by grandson
Montague councillor blasts province and Three Rivers steering committee for amalgamation proposal
Donald Trump fires Secretary of State Rex Tillerson
Changes coming to Charlottetown taxi bylaw
P.E.I. man sentenced to time served for stabbing
UPEI student union under fire from members
Dealing in cocaine across from Boys, Girls club lands P.E.I. man in federal penitentiary
WEATHER: Monday, March 19 – Special statement on possible storm
Mennonite farming couple introduces grass-fed and finished beef to P.E.I. from their farm near Hunter River
Mark Arendz’ family describes feeling of pride after Islander's strong showing at Paralympics
Woman fined for possessing stolen property
Woman involved in Dunstaffnage collision dies
A woman who was in a two-vehicle collision in Dunstaffnage on March 8 has died. Staff Sgt. Kevin Baillie said the RCMP learned on March 10 that the woman who was driving a Honda Civic that was involved in the collision died. The RCMP did not ...
Annual Solidarity Sunday event set for March 18 at St. Pius X in Charlottetown
Each year on the fifth Sunday of Lent, Islanders of all faiths are encouraged to take part in a solidarity workshop that promotes peace. This year, the annual Solidarity Sunday workshop, sponsored by the Charlottetown Diocesan Council of ...
Al Douglas shoots down rumours that he's dropped out of chase for Charlottetown mayor's seat
Al Douglas is still in the race for mayor in Charlottetown, despite rumours to the contrary. Sources had told The Guardian that Douglas was planning on pulling out of the race and Douglas himself said Thursday morning that he’s heard the ...
P.E.I. women open up about experiences dealing with authorities after sexual assaults
Emma A. sees herself not only as a survivor of rape, but a survivor of a system that did nothing to help her during a time of trauma. She was sexually assaulted by a man she dated for over a year, but had broken up with. And although this deeply ...
Heather Moyse fan brings binder of photographs to show the P.E.I. Olympian at special homecoming evening
SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. – Allan Vincent makes his way slowly through the crush of fans to the front of the autograph line at Credit Union Place on Friday evening. Like all the others, he had come to this special homecoming event for Heather Moyse ...
Public meeting held to discuss application received by Raspberry Point Oyster Company
Brendan and Melissa Boudreau of Cymbria are concerned about their property value if plans to increase the intensity of an existing storage facility in Rustico move forward. The room was full at Milton Community Hall Thursday night to discuss an ...
Summerside man gets federal jail time for drug offence
SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I.- A Summerside man has been sentenced to a little more than two years in jail after pleading guilty to possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking. Sheldon Blake Collicutt, 31, pleaded guilty to the charge earlier this ...
Grand champion fetches almost $11,000 at Easter Beef Sale in Charlottetown on Friday
The dining experience manager with Red Shores said his heart was pounding in his chest as he bid on the grand champion at the 67th annual Easter Beef Sale in Charlottetown on Friday. “My heart is still pounding from the ...
Beachfront folk fest continues to make a splash in P.E.I.
Music plays an important role in Island life. Whether it’s tapping along to Celtic tunes at a ceilidh or rocking out with tens of thousands of country music fans in Cavendish, the Island has something for every musical preference. While ...
Five things to do in P.E.I. this weekend
Looking for something to do this weekend? Here are five things on The Guardian’s radar. Dreamin’ of Spring Friday, 7:30 p.m., Watermark Theatre, North Rustico Watermark Theatre is thrilled to announce a spring concert, ...