ON THE 11th HOUR: when the war went quiet
P.E.I. woman went from nurse to patient at Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Cargo plane goes off runway at Halifax Stanfield airport
Charlottetown mayor-elect Philip Brown talks plans and priorities
VIDEO: Tate wins Storm dunk contest
The Guardian's Quick Question for Nov. 12-13, 2018
POLL: What's your favourite Leonard Cohen song?
ROBERTS: Bright meteors grace night skies
EDITORIAL: Surprises, disappointments and comebacks
UPDATED: First ferry crossings cancelled Monday; gusty winds, snow on the way for P.E.I. Tuesday
More than 2,000 teachers and staff attend annual P.E.I. convention
Charlottetown police say taxi struck pedestrian on St. Peters Road
No Guardian print edition Monday, Nov. 12
Nancy Setchell takes command of HMCS Charlottetown
Commander Craig Skjerpen, centre, presides over the recent change of command ceremony aboard HMCS Charlottetown, during which outgoing Commanding Officer Nathan Decicco is succeeded by Commander Nancy Setchell. Setchell is the ...
Services across P.E.I. mark Remembrance Day
Remembrance Day services are being held on Sunday at cenotaphs, as well as in churches and legion homes across the province. In addition, in Charlottetown, members of the Prince Edward Island Regiment (RCAC) will fire a 21-round gun salute at 11 ...
Wind warning in effect for P.E.I.
Strong winds that may cause damage are expected today across P.E.I., according to a release by Environment Canada. Strong easterly wind gusting to 80 kilometres per hour are expected to develop this morning. Winds will diminish slightly this ...
P.E.I. man makes pilgrimage to France to find graves of his two great-uncles
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Leo Cheverie grew up listening to his grandmother Anne Jane Hennessey’s stories about his great-uncles, Joseph Holland (Joe) and Thomas Vincent Holland (Tom), who fought in the First World War. “I was probably ...
P.E.I. man awaits verdict on sex offences charges dating back 20 years
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - A 62-year-old man facing 17 charges related to alleged sex offences will hear his fate next month in P.E.I. Supreme Court. Leo Arnold Dowling appeared before Justice Nancy Key in Charlottetown Friday where lawyers on both ...
‘A shot in the dark’: Tyne Valley airman dropped bomb in dam busting raid during Second World War
TYNE VALLEY, P.E.I. - It was a shot-in-the-dark mission. “There is really no need to feel over anxious to know that I am back again for my second tour…” wrote Vincent MacCausland, 75 years ago. The airman penned the sentence ...
EXCLUSIVE: P.E.I. Opposition won’t support Gerard Mitchell as referendum commissioner
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Gerard Mitchell, P.E.I.'s first police commissioner and a retired chief justice, says he would like to be the province’s referendum commissioner, but he has yet to hear if the job is his. “I’d be ...
Bells will ring in Charlottetown to mark Remembrance Day
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Bell ringers will gather on Remembrance Day in Charlottetown as various local churches have been contacted by the Royal Canadian Legion to mark the 100th anniversary of the armistice on Nov. 11, 1918. Bells will commence at ...
Future of pit bulls that killed Stratford dog in doubt
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Two pit bull-type dogs that attacked and killed another dog in Stratford last month may now have to be taken away from their owners. The P.E.I. Humane Society said Friday it has not been able to verify whether the owners of ...
P.E.I. Green Party says Paula Biggar needs to apologize, resign for response to French email
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - P.E.I.’s Green Party is calling on Transportation Minister Paula Biggar to resign from cabinet and apologize to the Island’s francophone community following an email exchange between the Liberal cabinet minister ...