P.E.I. has $50,000 available for art grants
William McFadden joins Charlottetown mayoral race
The Guardian's Quick Question for Oct. 23, 2018
UPDATE: Northern Pulp pipeline could harm herring spawning beds, say ...
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Editorial: Customer disservice
UPEI adopts sexual assault policy
Charlottetown Coun. Greg Rivard wins seat by acclamation
P.E.I. native re-appointed to Senate protocol position
East Royalty Soccer Complex parking lot expanding
Theft complaints account for majority of Charlottetown police calls in September
Parking ticket numbers down in September in Charlottetown
Charlottetown firefighters get 64 calls during September
Council approves Charlottetown ballfield light purchase
P.E.I. fundraising walks part of worldwide effort to show solidarity with refugees
Charlottetown police ask public to help identify man in video
Charlottetown police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the man in the video below. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 902-629-4172 or P.E.I. Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). ...
P.E.I. RCMP investigating potential online residential rental fraud
The Queens District RCMP wants the public to be aware of possible online residential rental scams. Fraudsters are copying legitimate advertisements for rentals in Prince Edward Island and posting them on websites with added photos with the ...
P.E.I. woman gets ‘another chance’ to address drug addiction
A judge told a woman who pleaded guilty to breaching probation she owes it to her two children to deal with her drug addiction. All urine tests found the presence of controlled substances in Carrie Ellen Lawlor, resulting in the breach ...
Judge says P.E.I. man had ‘reduced role’ in gas theft
A P.E.I. man received a suspended sentence for what a judge called a “reduced role’’ in stealing gas from vehicles in Charlottetown. Brandon Jessie Eisner-Bryenton was also placed on 12 months of probation. Eisner-Bryenton was ...
Charlottetown road closure for Oct. 22
The part of Euston Street between Esher Street and Felling Street will be closed for the day so the Water and Sewer Utility Department can reinstall asphalt. ...
Dire UN climate report not changing P.E.I.'s climate plan
A recent UN report calling for a global carbon pricing regime has not changed the provincial government’s assessment that P.E.I. can achieve its climate change targets without a carbon tax. Environment Minister Richard Brown said he has ...
P.E.I. traffic, weather, travel updates for Monday, Oct. 22
Traffic Road work continues in Charlottetown today, weather permitting, and may cause traffic delays or road closures in some areas. The part of St. Peters Road between the Arterial Highway and Francis lane will be reduced to one lane ...
Islanders call for open adoption records during Charlottetown rally
For much of her younger years, Mary MacDonald was unaware of the degenerative muscle disorder she would develop in her adult life. She is now calling on the provincial government to open up P.E.I.’s adoption records so other adoptees can ...
Childcare subsidy increases for P.E.I. families
A subsidy increase will make childcare more affordable and accessible to Island families, says the provincial government. The province has announced the private sitter rate will increase from $20 to $30 a day for infants and from $20 to $25 for ...
New P.E.I. program meets unique needs of veterans and family, says deputy minister
Veterans Affairs Deputy Minister Walter Natynczk says not only veterans, but their families as well, need support catered to their specific needs to help make a successful transition from military to civilian life. “The reality is that each ...