Charlottetown council rejects proposed townhouse development on Brackley Point Road
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Fire departments to pursue patchwork of systems to replace defunct Bell pager network
More P.E.I. government services to be offered in French
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Snow alert: crews getting outdoor site ready for Jack Frost Winterfest in Charlottetown
Construction of the snow kingdom for the Jack Frost Winterfest is well underway in on the Charlottetown waterfront. The festival, Feb. 14-17, is being revamped this year. That reboot involves moving the snow kingdom from the Charlottetown Event ...
Charlottetown firefighters union responds to accusations it is anti-volunteer
Full-time firefighters are not trying to force volunteer members out, says the president of the Charlottetown Professional Firefighters Association. Spencer Waite is speaking out in response to an email that has been circulating publicly that hard ...
P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Friday, Jan. 24
Weather A word from the SaltWire Network weather desk: SaltWire Network chief meteorologist Cindy Day. SaltWire Network chief meteorologist Cindy Day says Friday's temperature will be just below freezing at around -2 C with a mix of ...
Covehead man faces charges following collision, assault
A 27-year-old Covehead man has been charged following an assault on the Arterial Highway Tuesday night. On Jan. 21 at about 10:15 p.m., Charlottetown police responded to several 911 calls reporting an assault occurring on the Arterial Highway, ...
New doctor to see patients one day per week in Wellington
Another physician has been secured to replace another who recently stopped seeing patients in Wellington. The physician, who the province did not name but said is currently practicing in P.E.I., will provide medical services to the community one ...
Environmental activist agrees to stay away from P.E.I. legislature
An environmental activist has signed a recognizance agreeing to keep the peace and stay away from the provincial legislature. Daphnee Azoulay agreed to the recognizance in court Thursday after being charged with causing a disturbance. Azoulay ...
Gas prices down again in P.E.I. in Jan. 24 IRAC adjustment
Gas, diesel and furnace oil prices have decreased for the second week in a row. The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission has approved a 1.5-cent drop for a litre of gas; and three cents less for a litre of diesel or furnace oil. At ...
Impaired P.E.I. driver gets eight months for tragic collision with Amish horse buggy
A judge sentenced a P.E.I. man to eight months in jail after telling him a “lot of harm’’ was done when he collided with an Amish horse buggy while driving drunk. Stephen Robert Bradley of Peakes will also be on probation for ...
Former P.E.I. correctional officer charged with breach of trust
A former P.E.I. correctional officer has been charged with breach of trust for allegedly taking unauthorized items into a correctional facility. James Tutton, 39, of Brackley has been ordered to deposit all passports with the RCMP and not go to ...
City of Charlottetown releases outdoor rink locations
Charlottetown’s parks and recreation committee is proposing additional outdoor rinks this year. This year, it is the intention to have an outdoor rink operational in each of the city’s 10 wards. The rinks include Elmer MacFadyen ...