Nova Scotia startup cracks the shell of traditional seafood industry
Innovation at every level of operations key to Verafin’s success
East Coast climate change researchers shaking things up
What if work wasn’t crazy?
Change is inevitable. Here's how you navigate it
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The Guardian's Quick Question for Nov. 22, 2019
Charlottetown police search for armed robbery suspect
P.E.I. Buddhist group ‘disappointed’ about Green questions about oversight of children at academy
P.E.I. PCs aiming for fall 2020 roll-out of four-year-old pre-school
Charlottetown restaurant owner who was victim of costly scam wants customers, not charity
P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Friday, Nov. 22
P.E.I. MP Lawrence MacAulay gets the nod to retain Veterans Affairs portfolio
Cardigan MP Lawrence MacAulay has once again been rewarded by a Liberal government for his impressive record of electability. He was named Wednesday as the country’s minister of veterans affairs and associate minister of national defence, ...
PC bill establishes independent child and youth advocate for P.E.I.
P.E.I.’s legislators have passed a bill that will ensure the Island has an independent child and youth advocate. The legislation, introduced on Tuesday, passed second reading on Wednesday after a brief debate. The legislation was introduced ...
P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Thursday, Nov. 21
Weather – Chance of showers Periods of rain or drizzle will end near noon today then become cloudy with a 60 per cent chance of showers and wind gusting to 50 km/h. The temperature will remain steady near 4 C. Cloudy tonight with a 60 per ...
P.E.I. dairy farmer who sexually assaulted a woman in his kitchen to be sentenced Friday
A Pleasant Valley dairy farmer who was found guilty of sexually assaulting a woman while he was alone with her in his kitchen will be back in court Friday to hear his sentence. Elmer Franklin Weeks, 68, appeared before Chief Judge Nancy Orr in ...
Greens say 'little or no oversight' of children at private P.E.I. Buddhist school
The Opposition Greens used International Children’s Day to question the province about the oversight of the Buddhist Moonlight International Academy. During question period on Wednesday, Green Opposition Leader Peter Bevan-Baker and ...
Charlottetown flag-raising marks Transgender Day of Remembrance
The transgender flag flies at half-mast Wednesday as a crowd gathers at the Coles Building in Charlottetown for the Transgender Day of Remembrance. Also known as the International Transgender Day of Remembrance, it marks the memories of those who ...
2019 Operation Christmas Child shoebox collection underway in P.E.I.
Canada’s 2019 Operation Christmas Child shoebox collection season is underway, as thousands of individuals, families, churches, businesses, sports teams and community groups are packing shoeboxes with toys, school supplies and hygiene items, ...
Evening walk-in clinic in Souris cancelled Nov. 20
The Souris walk-in clinic scheduled for this evening, Wednesday, Nov. 20, is cancelled. Health P.E.I. advises anyone with health concerns or who needs immediate health information to call 811 to speak to an experienced registered nurse ...
UPDATE: Missing Pisquid man, Sterling Coffin, located safe and sound
Kings District RCMP said Wednesday night they have located Sterling Coffin. Police said shortly after 7 p.m. that the 67-year-old Pisquid man was located safe and sound. Coffin was reported missing Wednesday afternoon ...
UPDATE: Four Atlantic Canada MPs included in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's new cabinet
Nova Scotia MP Bernadette Jordan will be Canada’s new fisheries minister, while Newfoundland and Labrador’s Seamus O’Regan will take over the high-profile natural resources post. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled his cabinet ...