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Dr. Bonnie Henry honoured at mural exhibition in Vancouver
Businesses in Vancouver’s Gastown neighbourhood honoured the provincial health officer on Friday with a sneak peek at a mural exhibition featuring her image. Dr. Bonnie Henry visited the new Murals of Gratitude exhibition, which is organized ...
Summerside woman charged after leaving dogs in hot car
A 39-year-old Summerside area woman has been charged under the Animal Welfare Act and issued a ticket for $500 after leaving two dogs in a vehicle Friday afternoon. Summerside police received the call just before 5:15 p.m. reporting that two dogs ...
Company working on registry for students who were at Three Oaks Senior High during renovations
A private company is helping the provincial government create a registry of students who went to Summerside’s high school while renovations were underway, says Transportation Minister Steven Myers. Myers provided more information on the ...
Charlottetown Chamber of Commerce calls for clarity amid talk of Atlantic bubble
The Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce is calling for a clear plan as to how and when P.E.I.’s borders will reopen during the province’s recovery from COVID-19. In a media statement, chamber interim CEO Gerard Adams said ...
Bylaw amendments to allow more sheds on residential properties in Kensington
Kensington has moved to allow up to three accessory buildings on residential properties over three acres. The bylaw amendment will bring Kensington into line with other P.E.I. municipalities, council heard at the June 8 council meeting. The ...
Disqualified driver caught speeding near Westmoreland, P.E.I.
A disqualified driver in P.E.I. is facing several charges after being caught speeding by police. On June 12, while the RCMP was conducting a pro-active patrol of the Westmoreland area, a vehicle was observed travelling 135 km/hour in an 80 km/hour ...
Man arrested in St. Nicholas, P.E.I. after jumping in front of vehicles wielding a hatchet
A man was arrested in St. Nicholas and faces charges after jumping in front of vehicles while wielding a hatchet earlier this week. Prince District RCMP received a complaint of the incident, which took place on Route 11, just before noon on June ...
Summerside tables motion against derelict buildings for another month
A motion that would potentially see two derelict buildings demolished, including the fenced-off building by Granville Street, has been tabled for another month. The decision was made during Summerside's monthly council meeting at the city hall ...
Police seize crystal meth, pills, weapons and cash during search warrant in Summerside
A 39-year-old man and a 33-year-old woman faces drug- and weapons-related charges after police executed a search warrant in Summerside on Tuesday. The Prince District Joint Force Operations (JFO) Unit, comprised of RCMP, Summerside and Kensington ...
Doctor compensation draws questions from P.E.I. Liberals
Liberal Robert Henderson dubbed a $434,000 line item reserved for compensating doctors affected financially by the coronavirus (COVID-19 strain) pandemic as a "CERB for doctors" during Question Period on Tuesday. Henderson ...