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Referendum vote to go forward in District 9 Charlottetown-Hillsborough Park
P.E.I. votes today - Polls will be open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. across the province
UPDATE: Office of P.E.I.'s referendum commissioner will open today
Ottawa scandals on the minds of voters in Tignish-Palmer Road
P.E.I. Liberals propose senior supports
UPEI student union says programs like the George Coles Bursary are great but don’t go far enough
The UPEI student union says it will be pushing the incoming government on the importance of additional financial aids for post-secondary students. Still, Emma Drake, the incoming president of the student union, applauds the fact that the current ...
Referendum P.E.I. office open to the public April 20 and 22
Referendum P.E.I. invites Islanders to their office located at 149 Kent Street, second floor, on April 20 and April 22 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 2-4 p.m. The general public is encouraged to come and meet the referendum commissioner and get ...
Independent candidate Andy Clarey drops out of P.E.I. election; ballots already printed
Andy Clarey, independent candidate for District 4 Belfast-Murray River, has withdrawn his candidacy in the upcoming election. Clarey has run in several elections since 2000, initially as a Liberal, but more recently as an independent. Dropping ...
New poll puts P.E.I. Green party well ahead
A new poll is showing a substantial lead by the Green party over the Liberals and Progressive Conservatives. The poll of 400 P.E.I. residents, carried out by MQO Research, showed support for Peter Bevan-Baker’s Green party at 40 per cent, ...
Access to acreage, start-up costs big concerns for P.E.I. farmers in election campaign
Decision '19. WINSLOE SOUTH, P.E.I. - Brian D. Turner does not envy those who are trying to enter the farming industry today. The Winsloe South farmer of 52 years has seen small family farms dwindle throughout the decades, which ...
P.E.I. farmers looking for provincial candidates to address organic matter quality
It won’t be enough for the provincial government to make sure land is available for future farmers. They must also ensure that land has quality soil. The declining soil organic matter (SOM) in P.E.I.’s agricultural land has shown a ...
EXCLUSIVE: Poll shows health care top priority for P.E.I. voters
Decision '19. A new poll has revealed that health care is top of mind for Island voters as they head into an election next week. The poll, carried out by Narrative Research (formerly Corporate Research Associates) and commissioned ...
Former NDP leader Mike Redmond endorses P.E.I. PC party
The former leader of the New Democratic Party of P.E.I. has crossed party lines. In a Facebook post, former NDP Leader Mike Redmond said he would be supporting the Dennis King PC party by voting for District 2 Georgetown-Pownal candidate ...
April 18 is last day to vote early in P.E.I. election
Today is the last chance for Islanders to join the thousands who have already cast their vote before Tuesday’s provincial election day. The third and final advanced poll for the April 23 election runs from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. In the first ...
FOLLOW THE LEADERS: Where P.E.I.'s political leaders are campaigning Thursday, April 18
The leaders are battling for District 12 Charlottetown-Victoria Park on Thursday, with three of four planning stops in the downtown capital district. Liberal Richard Brown currently holds the district. He’s facing Green Karla Bernard, NDP ...