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What you need to know about COVID-19: September 18, 2020
Food recall: Certain Goodfood brand power bowls recalled due to undeclared allergens
P.E.I. residents hold march calling for end to gender-based violence
Native Council of P.E.I. upset City of Charlottetown hasn't consulted it yet about controversial statue
P.E.I. gas prices dip 1.6 cents in Sept. 18 adjustment
P.E.I.'s top IT staff offers some details on missing e-gaming emails
Either the emails were deleted or they were archived on a drive or server to which the government and public have no access. According to the province’s top IT staff members, these are the two reasons that two years of internal emails ...
Charlottetown woman with kidney disease says upcoming fundraiser needs support
Being on the kidney transplant list in the middle of a pandemic has put a lot of weight on the shoulders of Sarah Newman. The 30-year-old Charlottetown woman is the one of the honorary chairpersons for the 2020 Atlantic Virtual Kidney Walk on ...
Charlottetown group launches website to solicit public input on future of Simmons Sports Complex
A community group in Charlottetown has launched a website and a Facebook page in an attempt to make the Simmons Sport Centre the focus of a new arena, perhaps two. The website, Simmons Sports Campus, aims to modernize the facility and pull in ...
Town of Kensington maintaining user fees for recreational facilities
The Town of Kensington is sticking to its user fees for recreational facilities following an inquiry from a minor sports organization. Town council approved the fee structures in the spring that include charges of $75 per day per field for ball ...
Groups pan Charlottetown's plans to raise parking rates
Two groups representing businesses in Charlottetown have issued a joint statement criticizing the city's decision to raise parking fees as of Oct. 1. Downtown Charlottetown Inc. and the Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce issued a ...
School immunization clinics to be held for Grade 7 students in P.E.I. who missed HPV vaccinations
Public Health Nursing will be holding school immunization clinics for those students (now in Grade 7) who missed their second dose of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine in the spring of this year. The HPV vaccine is offered to all Grade 6 students ...
P.E.I. man sentenced to eight days for second impaired driving conviction
A 75-year-old P.E.I. man was sentenced to eight days in jail following a second impaired driving conviction. Ernest Roy MacMillan pleaded guilty in provincial court Monday to having a blood alcohol concentration that is equal to or exceeds 80 mg ...
P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Wednesday, Sept. 16
Weather There will be a mix of sun and cloud across the province Wednesday with south winds gusting to 50 km/h and a high of 20 C. P.E.I. forecast for Sept. 16-22, 2020. - SaltWire file A word from ...
Charlottetown traffic advisory for Wednesday, Sept. 16
A traffic advisory has been issued with the following impacts expected for today: Sidewalk and Curbing work is scheduled to take place in the following areas (for the week of Sept. 14-18): Belvedere Avenue between North River Road and Queen ...
Teens, parents in P.E.I. caught in middle of travel insurance spat
Nathaniel Mueller had been planning the trip since he was in Grade 6. If the COVID-19 pandemic had not occurred this past spring, Mueller would have capped off his graduating year at Three Oaks High School in Summerside with a trip to Paris, ...