P.E.I. man gets prison time for break-ins
UPDATE: Busload of students slip sliding away on Johnston Road in ...
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EDITORIAL: The weather, it is a changin’
Kenmac Energy owner named Entrepreneur of the Year at Charlottetown ...
Island Storm's Mr. Versatility
UPDATE: Murray Harbour man faces assault with a weapon charge
Tories push P.E.I. premier on Northern Pulp issue
P.E.I. Liquor Control Commission hands out fines
Toronto artist performing at Baba’s Monday
Winning photos to be displayed Monday in New London
Stations respond to 61 fire calls in Charlottetown
Island students debate affordable housing to rolling papers during Rotary Youth Parliament
Montague man jailed for assaulting woman
University Avenue busiest street for speeding tickets in Charlottetown in October
Motorists not obeying basic rules of road in Charlottetown
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Motorists weren’t obeying the basic rules of the road on St. Peters Road in October. Police issued three tickets for moving violations (non-speeding) where the road intersects the arterial highway. It made that ...
P.E.I. Opposition renews call for further Northern Pulp environmental assessment
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Opposition MLA Darlene Compton stressed Friday that the provincial government must continue to fight the proposed Northern Pulp pipe. The proposed treatment project would pump between 70 and 90 million litres of treated ...
Murray Harbour woman recognized for years of work with prison inmates
MURRAY HARBOUR - Anne Stewart-Hume knew the men had done bad things. She did not need – or want - to know just what that may have been. So, she never asked. They never told. She just visited the men, in prison, time and ...
P.E.I. government replacing Sherwood Elementary in Charlottetown
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - The province confirmed its plan to build a replacement for Sherwood Elementary School in the 2018-19 capital budget, handed down Friday. Government has earmarked $19.1 million for the project, which was first announced in ...
Marijuana sales brisk in Atlantic region
When Thomas H. Clarke was 18 years old, he was jailed for 30 days for selling some hash to a buddy. Today, Clarke, whose initials ironically spell THC, runs a burgeoning legal cannabis shop in Portugal Cove, a small Newfoundland town just outside ...
Funding for new high school good news for outgoing Stratford mayor
STRATFORD - Outgoing Stratford Mayor David Dunphy welcomed the announcement of committed funding for a new high school but said a new intermediate school will still be needed. While serving as mayor, Dunphy had been a vocal advocate for the new ...
ACOA announces $750,000 in funding for Indigenous centre in Charlottetown
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - It is a mere hole in the ground now, but Lennox Island First Nation Chief Matilda Ramjattan is bubbling with enthusiasm over what is to come. Ramjattan is thrilled with the potential of an Urban Indigenous Centre that will ...
Stratford sewage project delayed
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - The Opposition wants to know if the provincial government still intends to pay a quarter of the bill for Stratford’s sewage project now that it has hit cost overruns. The work has also been delayed. Opposition ...
Applications for Charlottetown Christmas parade deadline is today
Today is the deadline for entries into the City of Charlottetown’s 20th annual Christmas Parade. The parade will take place at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 24. Beginning at 4:30 p.m., the Upper Room Hospitality Ministry food bank will be ...
Pride P.E.I. tackles youth subjects
Pride P.E.I. is hosting a workshop today and Saturday to explore the issues and challenges LGBTQ2+ youth face and offer constructive ways to create change. This youth forum will be open to students in Grades 7-12 and the educators, health ...