Challenges and successes for new Canadians
Focus on opening doors drives immigration aid groups
Immigration Program "a model that could be extended to … the country"
'If this region is going to survive and prosper, immigration is ...
McNEISH: 'We are now a global community'
The Guardian's Quick Question
Younger doctors exhausted by new practice demands
Fighting to find a family doctor: ‘The whole process is undignified.’
What we learned, what you said about doctor shortage in Atlantic Canada
Challenges, solutions to Atlantic Canada's doctor shortage
Family doctor shortage a threat to health care
BRIAN HODDER: Honest and open about mental illness
SEN. PERCY DOWNE: Canada Revenue Agency is failing to fight overseas tax evasion
CHRIS SELLEY: Liberals' media bailout puts foxes in charge of the chickens
CHRISTIE BLATCHFORD: Canadian military has bigger problems beyond the curse of sexual misconduct
MICHAEL de ADDER CARTOON: May 23, 2019
ANTHONY FUREY: The Digital Charter talks about restricting social media, but offers few specifics
OPINION: Education faculties fail to prepare young teachers to be effective
Michael Zwaagstra Guest Opinion In 1933, the retiring president of Harvard University, Lawrence Lowell, famously stated that his university’s school of education was “a kitten that ought to be drowned.” Of course, ...
EDITORIAL: Follow the rules of the road
If property taxes aren’t high enough, bad drivers in Charlottetown are also doing their part to make sure the municipal coffers are healthy. In April, city police issued 66 speeding tickets and several tickets to motorists for failing to ...
LETTER: This TV program will be available at "at later date"
EDITOR: As one of 1.5 million Canadians living with sight loss, I was overjoyed that described video would be available for all shows during prime-time hours starting in September 2019, as mandated by the Canadian Radio-Television and ...
LETTER: Why residents should vote on amalgamation
EDITOR: This is an open letter to Premier Dennis King, Minister Jamie Fox and Cabinet. Most small, local Island municipal or town/village councils are made up of well-meaning, dedicated community members – these are largely underpaid or ...
LETTER: A way to attract student doctors, nurses
EDITOR: A few things I would like to see. The provincial and federal governments work together and pay the expenses for student doctors and nurses providing they stay on the Island. Also, I would like to see Bush Dumville return his severance ...
MICHAEL de ADDER CARTOON: May 22, 2019
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CHRISTIE BLATCHFORD: A war memorial ‘built for soldiers by soldiers’ — that soldiers can’t even go see
As the Chief of the Defence Staff, General Jon Vance, said on Facebook, the importance of the new Afghanistan Memorial Hall, particularly for the families of the fallen, “cannot be understated.” Christie Blatchford And then ...
JIM VIBERT: Casey croons government’s biggest hits
Basking in the lustre of four successive balanced budgets and with nothing but positive fiscal forecasts into the future, Nova Scotia’s Finance Minister Karen Casey belted out the government’s greatest hits for a receptive audience at the ...
LORNE GUNTER: Why campaigning on climate is riskier than the Liberals seem to think
I think climate change will be an issue in this fall’s federal election, just as the governing Liberals are hoping. I just don’t think it will be an issue in the way the Liberals want. The Trudeauites are hoping concern for the ...
JOHN IVISON: Justice minister says he has his own red lines — and no one has tried to cross them
OTTAWA — In sports, they call it a hospital pass — a poorly executed pass from a teammate that leaves the recipient in plaster. Since becoming justice minister in January, David Lametti has received so many hospital passes, he should be ...