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Committee responsible for policing in Charlottetown wants more speed sentry signs
The committee responsible for policing is asking for council’s help in slowing people down in Charlottetown. The protective and emergency services committee is sending a resolution to the floor of council chambers in July to purchase eight ...
P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Friday, July 3
Weather It will be partly cloudy across the province Friday with a chance of showers and a high of 18 C. P.E.I. forecast for July 3-9, 2020 - SaltWire File Click here for weather updates throughout the day from the ...
Fourth-year Atlantic Veterinary College clinical rotations resume Monday, will follow COVID-19 regulations
For any student, the first day of the school year always comes with a bit of nervous excitement about how the year will unfold. But for 66 Atlantic Veterinary College students getting ready to start the fourth and final year of their doctoral ...
Provinces confident in safety of Atlantic bubble despite concerns surrounding air travel
The Atlantic bubble is open as of Friday — meaning Atlantic Canadians can travel freely without quarantine in the four provinces — and many in the region are making plans to see family or just take in a change of scenery. Both Nova ...
Summerside mother sues local police in shooting death of Jeremy Stephens
A lawsuit seeking millions of dollars claims Summerside police applied “inappropriate and unjustifiable force" in the shooting death of a 32-year-old man two years ago. Gilda Stephens is suing Summerside Police Services, Prince ...
UPDATE: P.E.I. plan for students to return school in September involves 'cohorts'
The province’s education minister has released some details about how schools on P.E.I. will operate in the fall under coronavirus-related public health measures, but a full operational plan has yet to be released. P.E.I. schools have been ...
P.E.I. prepares for Atlantic travel bubble July 3
Islanders are joining residents of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador in an Atlantic travel bubble beginning 12:01 a.m. Friday, July 3. Atlantic Canadians will need to complete an online self-declaration form before ...
Cineplex begins reopening theatres but wait continues for Charlottetown, Summerside locations
Cineplex has begun opening theatres in Atlantic Canada but there is still no word on when movies will return to the big screens in Charlottetown and Summerside. The theatre chain sent out a number of press releases on Tuesday with news that ...
Gas prices rise 2 cents in P.E.I.'s July 3 adjustment
There is no change in the price of furnace oil or diesel but the price of gas rose by two cents in the overnight petroleum pricing adjustment. At self-serve outlets, regular, unleaded gasoline now ranges from 98.0 to 99.1 cents per litre and ...
Future of Queen Elizabeth Hospital psychiatric ward unclear
Green MLA Trish Altass questioned on Tuesday the province’s plans for Unit 9, the psychiatric unit at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. In the midst of the pandemic, the unit was moved to the Hillsborough Hospital in order to make space for ...