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Health P.E.I. services impacted due to weather Jan. 17
P.E.I. farmland not a commodity: Horace Carver
Delivery of The Guardian, Journal Pioneer delayed due to weather
P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Friday, Jan. 17
Three P.E.I. high school students pursue $100,000 educational award
UPEISU advocates for city to consider regulations to help students
Student housing came before Charlottetown city council as the municipal government grapples with a slim vacancy rate. University of Prince Edward Island student union vice-president of academic and external Sweta Daboo and president Emma Drake ...
P.E.I. gas prices down 3 cents after Jan. 17 price adjustment
P.E.I. petroleum customers are seeing some savings after the Jan. 17 Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission's weekly price adjustment. Gas has decreased by three cents per litre; the price of home heating oil has decreased by 4.6 cpl; and ...
P.E.I. man says blind corner poses serious danger for Confederation Trail users
A P.E.I. man wants something done about an accident-prone stretch of road near his home in Bedford-Dunstaffnage. Jim Walmsley, a resident of the area for more than 40 years, owns a lot on the corner of Route 6 where the Confederation Trail ...
Report cards shows reduction in child poverty in P.E.I.
There are fewer children living in poverty in P.E.I., but one activist thinks the numbers aren’t going down fast enough. The P.E.I. Coalition for a Poverty Eradication Strategy and the MacKillop Centre for Social Justice released their ...
P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Thursday, Jan. 16
Weather SaltWire Network chief meteorologist Cindy Day A word from SaltWire Network’s chief meteorologist Cindy Day: As a powerful winter storm tracks off the Atlantic Coast of Nova Scotia, the snow and wind will intensify, ...
P.E.I. Public Schools Branch says it takes every measure to ensure student safety
The P.E.I. Public Schools Branch says it is taking every measure to ensure the safety and well-being being of its students. Representatives from the branch told a legislative standing committee Tuesday there have been five investigations into ...
Tyne Valley's Rally for the Valley spreads to Nova Scotia
There’s another Rally for the Valley scheduled for this Saturday in support of Tyne Valley’s bid to become Kraft Hockeyville 2020. Islanders who want to attend, though, have a bit of a drive ahead of them. The rally is in Lower ...
Cause of Tyne Valley Community Sports Centre fire ruled as 'undetermined'
The cause of the fire that ripped through the Tyne Valley Community Sports Centre late last month, destroying the 56-year-old structure, may never be known. The P.E.I. Fire Marshal's Office completed its investigation into the fire on ...
New partnership aims to improve services for veterans and UPEI students
A new partnership between UPEI and Veterans Affairs Canada is being trumpeted as a path to providing improved services for veterans and their families. The memorandum of understanding (MOU), signed Wednesday at the university, facilitates ...
P.E.I. organizations urged to apply for funds
The Community Foundation of P.E.I. (CFPEI) is offering eligible organizations that are working to do good in the province the opportunity to access non-repayable capital through the Investment Readiness Program. The program is part of a ...