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Alberton flag policy gives council authority to decide which flags fly on fourth pole
Alberton Town Council has decided on a flag policy. The three flag poles on the town hall property will fly only the Canadian, Prince Edward Island and Town of Alberton flags. That is in keeping with a stand taken by council last May, when it ...
P.E.I. Family Violence Prevention Week proclaimed in Alberton
Accompanied by Karen McCarville, outreach coordinator for P.E.I. Family Violence Prevention Services, Alberton Mayor David Gordon reads a proclamation declaring the week of Feb. 9 to 15 Family Violence Prevention Week in his town. He encourages ...
Summerside hosts Walk of Silence Tuesday, Feb. 11 for P.E.I. Family Violence Prevention Week
The Summerside Walk in Silence, organized by P.E.I. Family Violence Prevention Services, begins at 12 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 11 at 263 Heather Moyse Dr. and will finish at Eptek Centre. Summerside city council, Summerside Police Service and P.E.I. ...
Committee clears Summerside townhouse development
A proposed six-unit townhouse development for 291 and 295 MacEwen Road in Summerside has cleared another hurdle. The project, proposed by developer Kujtim Musliu, appeared before council’s Planning Board Tuesday evening as a zoning ...
Summerside's information access bylaw clears hurdle
Summerside's new Access to Information and Protection of Personal Privacy Bylaw cleared the committee level Tuesday evening. The item passed through the agenda relatively quickly with only a couple of minor corrections in terms of the ...
Summerside council voices support, but stops short of green-lighting museum
Summerside’s Lest We Forget committee and other concerned citizens pressed their case for a military museum in Summerside during Tuesday night’s city council meeting. The group, which has been advocating for the use of the ...
Summerside man facing charges after allegedly ramming police vehicle while impaired
A 25-year-old Summerside man is facing several charges after a police vehicle was rammed during an impaired driving investigation early Sunday morning. Just before 2 a.m. on Feb. 9, police attempted to stop a vehicle that was travelling at a high ...
New report outlines how Summerside can prepare for climate emergency
The City of Summerside should immediately create a special task force dedicated to readying the city for the incoming climate emergency, a new report recommends. The document is called City of Summerside: Climate Risk and Resilience ...
VIDEO: South African doctor and his family find their roots in rural West Prince, P.E.I.
A family of four left the “Rainbow Nation” behind for rural West Prince P.E.I., and, despite battling the icy grips of winter, they can’t stop raving about their warm Island welcome. Caroline and her husband, Rustie Maloney, ...
2020 Music P.E.I. award winners announced
Many of P.E.I.’s music community gathered at The Rodd Charlottetown Hotel on Sunday afternoon to learn who would take home the 2020 Music P.E.I. awards. The Music P.E.I. Awards Party, as it has become known, is an invitation only event with ...