GAIL LETHBRIDGE: Griping about ‘youth today’ is a rite of passage
A few questions with Halifax artist Élana Camille Saimovici
Why can’t it be you? The driving force behind success
SUCCESS = career + money ... or does it?
Should I stay or should I go? A look at graduate retention
A conversation with Canadian Armed Forces veteran and health ...
Generational value gaps shifting as individualist thinking warps view ...
Success: Two women. Two lives. One take.
Five questions, 10 answers: let's make prejudice, inequality history
Money. Happiness. Family. How do we define success?
Assistance offered for Charlottetown residents forced from apartment complex after July 17 blaze
Progress made on disentangling North Atlantic right whale
Community Navigator pilot project helping newcomers adjust to life in P.E.I.
Confederation Landing Park new location for two P.E.I. events later this year
Public input sought on allowable rent increase
Invest in value-added food, senate urges government
Charlottetown public works ramps up for summer
The city’s public works department is was in full swing of summer operations as of the end of June. The city had three asphalt crews, two line-painting crews, four concrete crews, five landscape crews, five grass-mowing crews, four flower ...
Microsurfacing possible for major Charlottetown roads
The City of Charlottetown is thinking of investing in preventative maintenance on a couple of the city’s main roads this year. The public works committee is recommending 5.4 kilometres of roads be microsurfaced this year at a cost of around ...
Quebec City trip for FCM meetings costs Charlottetown taxpayers almost $44,000
It cost Charlottetown taxpayers almost $44,000 to send seven members of city council and three city staff members to Quebec City in May for the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) meetings. The meetings ran May 30 to June 2. Mayor ...
Prince of Wales College Alumni honouring classes of 1959, 1969 at July 26 reunion
Prince of Wales College Alumni is celebrating two landmark anniversaries in Charlottetown on Friday, July 26. The Class of 1959 marks its 60th anniversary and the Class of 1969 – the first and only to receive a Prince of Wales College ...
P.E.I. secure income pilot gets additional $900,000 following Green criticism
Additional funding has been announced for a P.E.I. secure income pilot after Green MLA Hannah Bell pressed Social Development Minister Ernie Hudson on the issue last week. Hudson spoke about the pilot during two question periods while replying to ...
Weather more favourable to P.E.I. potato industry so far in 2019
This year’s potatoes may have gone into the ground a little late, but with good growing conditions since, the crop is catching up. “We had some nice heat in June and when (the plants) emerged we gained ground,” said P.E.I. ...
UPDATE: Severe thunderstorm watch ended for P.E.I.'s Prince County
Environment Canada said just before 8 p.m. Wednesday that conditions are no longer favourable for a thunderstorm in Prince County. The weather agency first issued a severe thunderstorm watch for western parts of the Island just before 6 ...
Tyne Valley soap box derby this Saturday, July 20
The reigning champion will be noticeably absent when the Tyne Valley Soapbox Derby holds its annual race this Saturday. In winning the superstock class in Tyne Valley in 2018, Carter DesRoches, 13, earned the right to represent Tyne Valley at the ...
Drugs, cash and firearms seized in Elmsdale
ELMSDALE – A 32-year-old man is facing drug trafficking and firearm charges following an RCMP search at a residence Monday. The Prince District Joint Force Operations (JFO) unit executed a search warrant and, as a result, seized more than a ...
Woman tells P.E.I. court she wants help
A P.E.I. woman who was caught with someone who was under a court order to have no contact with her was recently given a suspended sentence. Chelsey Lee Bernard, 19, appeared before Judge John Douglas in provincial court in Charlottetown where she ...