DR. WONG: No need to delay introducing solid food
BLATCHFORD: Neutrality of Crown witness questioned at start of Joshua Boyle trial
COYNE: The latest tactic to suppress Wilson-Raybould — smear a judge
OPINION: Health P.E.I. tragically mistaken
GYWNNE DYER: Conquest Is Always An Option
LETTER: THE STATUS QUO IS NOT AN OPTION
KEVIN TOBIN CARTOON: Mar. 23, 2019.
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: On memory
It would be wonderful if it worked. It won’t — or, at least, it won’t work anywhere near as well as anyone hopes it will. Last week, the family of Barry and Honey Sherman got permission to level the ...
OPINION: Is electoral reform the answer?
Bryson Guptill Guest Opinion The drama surrounding Jody Wilson-Raybould and the SNC-Lavalin affair continues to play out in Ottawa, with former Treasury Board Secretary Jane Philpott now stirring the pot by suggesting to Maclean’s ...
OPINION: Vote Yes for MMP
Fred Horne Guest Opinion There is widespread belief that our electoral system on Prince Edward Island needs reform. This is part of a national trend that Canadians have been talking about for years. A consensus among four political parties ...
CHEERS & JEERS (March 25)
CHEERS: To the P.E.I. Muslim Society and its supporters for organizing a vigil in Charlottetown for the victims of the New Zealand mosque shooting that killed 50 people. New Zealand is more than half a world away, but the senseless act of ...
ALAN HOLMAN: Don’t Get Bogged Down By The Formula
Given his somewhat precious approach to politics, one almost automatically wants to disagree with Jordon Brown, the minister of justice, even when you might think he’s right. However, his comment this week on Green Party leader, Peter ...
WAYNE YOUNG: Heads or tails? Respectfully, neither.
Even though the election writ hasn’t been dropped, the unofficial election campaign in P.E.I. is surely underway. Accelerated nominations and government announcements – among them, to bring high speed internet to rural P.E.I. and to ...
OPINION: A Challenge to our Four Political Parties
Dale Small, David Weale, John E. Clow and Wayne Carver Guest Opinion An election is imminent. It will be the most critical voting decision for Islanders in generations. After a century and a half of alternating between two old ...
EDITORIAL: ANOTHER FERRY TALE
There comes a point when it makes more sense to buy a new vehicle than keep spending on repairs for an old clunker. Northumberland Ferries Limited can relate to the problem of spending countless dollars keeping some of its old clunkers in ...
LETTER: A FAIR VOTING SYSTEM
EDITOR: My heart goes out to the victims of the horrific mosque attacks in Christchurch, and to the people of New Zealand. Bravo to the efficient and effective MMP (mixed member proportional) coalition government of New Zealand for banning ...