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One new COVID-19 case in P.E.I. on Dec. 3, 2020
P.E.I. has one more confirmed case of COVID-19 after a rotational worker who recently travelled tested positive. Chief public health officer Dr. Heather Morrison confirmed the case this afternoon, saying it was a man in his 20s who recently ...
Charlottetown's City Cinema had most of December lineup pulled by distributor
After months of work, City Cinema was all set to come into December with a full slate of films and a return to a seven-day schedule since the COVID-19 pandemic first shut down movie theatres earlier in the year. Since taking over as the ...
Potato wart found in two P.E.I. fields
A persistent potato pest has reared its head – or its spores — on P.E.I. after a six-year reprieve. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) confirmed the presence of potato wart (Synchytrium endobioticum) in a pest ...
Changes proposed for 'confusing' Ken's Corner intersection in Charlottetown
Changes are being proposed for one of Charlottetown’s more confusing intersections. At a meeting of the city’s standing committee on public works and urban beautification on Wednesday, members discussed making alterations to the ...
P.E.I. man who used stolen MasterCard jailed
A P.E.I. man who used a MasterCard that was reported stolen from a vehicle was sentenced recently to 105 days in jail on two charges. Matthew James Daley, 32, appeared before Judge Jeff Lantz in provincial court in Charlottetown where he was ...
Repeat sex offender in P.E.I. who breached four court orders sentenced to 10 months in jail
A repeat sex offender who breached several court orders, including one meant to keep him away from children, was sentenced recently to 10 months in jail. James Patrick Doyle, 22, appeared before Chief Judge Nancy Orr in provincial court in ...
Charlottetown traffic advisory for Thursday, Dec. 3
A traffic advisory has been issued with the following traffic flow impacts expected for Thursday, Dec. 3: Santa Claus Comes to Town will take place Thursday. Santa will be passing through East Royalty, Hillsborough Park and ...
P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Thursday, Dec. 3
Weather It will be partly cloudy across the province Thursday with a 20 per cent chance of precipitation and a high of 6 C. P.E.I. forecast for Dec. 3-9, 2020. - SaltWire file A word from SaltWire Network chief meteorologist ...
Long-time hospice volunteer in P.E.I. gets new perspective of special care
Eleanor Davies is driven to provide care and compassion. The 82-year-old Stratford woman has long been fulfilling her desire to help others. She did so first as a career, and later for decades as a volunteer. Davies began her career as a nurse ...
Border from New Brunswick into Nova Scotia wide open, union says
Different portraits of what’s happening at the border are being painted by the government and by the union that represents the conservation officers posted there. Jason MacLean, president of the Nova Scotia Government Employees Union that ...