Canadian Red Cross helping family after Emerald house fire
Wo-He-Lo sale at QEH in Charlottetown Oct. 17-19
The Guardian's Quick Question for Oct. 17, 2018
Editorial: Money talks?
Hughes-Jones horse centre owner plans to appeal rejected application
Off-duty officer catches banned P.E.I. driver
City of Charlottetown, Marshfield residents will meet to discuss ...
Government campaign teaches Islanders about cannabis use
City of Charlottetown presents annual inclusion awards
No duty to consult Indigenous groups on federal law-making, Supreme Court says
Top court to rule on new hearing in Hells Angels-ordered killing in Nova Scotia
Rain system that will soak N.S. will keep Michael at bay
Case of Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard put over to Nov. 7
High tides threaten low-lying Isthmus of Chignecto
Saint John residents remain 'very nervous' after refinery blast, mayor says
In the news today, Oct. 17
Five stories in the news for Wednesday, Oct. 17 ——— FIRST LEGAL POT SALES MADE IN N.L. Ian Power made sure he was first in line on a chilly October night to make a midnight purchase that will likely cement his place in Canadian history. ...
Fate of Manitoba politician accused of sexual comments may be decided next week
WINNIPEG — A Manitoba government backbencher who reportedly made inappropriate comments to female staff may be removed from the board of the province's energy utility and could have his future decided by caucus next week. Colleen ...
Owner of mistakenly donated cash sought by thrift store in West Kelowna, B.C.
WEST KELOWNA, B.C. — A charity in British Columbia's Okanagan Valley is trying to reunite some mistakenly donated money with its original owner, and it's not the first time this year that someone has inadvertently contributed cash. West Kelowna ...
Feds aiming to select preferred design for $60B warships by end of month
OTTAWA — Canada's most expensive military project is entering a critical new phase as the government is on the verge of picking its top design for the country's $60-billion fleet of new warships. Defence insiders say the government wants to ...
Federal government moves to transform inmate segregation in federal prisons
OTTAWA — Eleven years after a teenager killed herself after spending more than three years in segregation in prison, Ottawa is moving to ban the practice of isolating prisoners who pose risks to security or themselves. Legislation ...
Feds to expedite pardons for minor pot convictions
OTTAWA — The federal government plans to move Wednesday on easing the process of obtaining a criminal pardon for simple pot possession. The Canadian Press has learned the announcement on setting aside minor marijuana convictions of the past ...
The Latest: Recreational marijuana becomes legal in Canada
The latest on the legalization of recreational cannabis in Canada: ——— 00:30 EDT Residents of Canada's most populous province are now able to buy weed from the provincial government. The Ontario Cannabis Store's website went live around midnight ...
Newfoundland and Labrador first to buy adult use pot in new era for cannabis
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Ian Power made sure he was first in line on a chilly October night to make a midnight purchase that will likely cement his place in Canadian history. Outside one of the cannabis shops in St. John's, N.L., that were set to ...
Cancelling cap and trade will result in $3 billion in lost revenue: FAO
TORONTO — The cancellation of the cap-and-trade system will cost $3 billion in lost revenue over the next four fiscal years, Ontario's fiscal watchdog said Tuesday, warning the decision would push the provincial ...
Toronto police welcome to apply to march in Pride Parade again, organizers say
Toronto's Pride Parade has lifted a ban on uniformed police officers participating in the colourful annual event, saying the force was welcome to apply to be a part of next summer's festivities. The relationship between Pride Toronto ...