UPDATE: Three confirmed dead in Greektown shooting that left many injured
Tim Banks plans apartment building for Charlottetown
Charlottetown motorists reminded to respect designated accessible parking spaces
EDITORIAL: Charlottetown commissionaires too tempted to ticket
UPDATE: Charlottetown woman charged with infanticide worked at family resource centre
P.E.I. tourism operators to benefit from reduced licensing fees
Highlight of P.E.I. Pride is an appearance by celebrity drag queen Ginger ...
UPDATE: Premiers strike deal to allow increased flow of beer, alcohol across ...
The Guardian's Quick Question for July 23, 2018
HENRY SREBRNIK: In Pakistan, voting and violence
SIDNEY MACEWEN: Looking for solutions, not blame, for ER closures at Montague hospital
RICK MACLEAN: Pick a story: Runners, chefs, killers
EDITORIAL: Movement needed on Charlottetown sports arena
LETTER: What Louis Armstrong did next
LETTER: Differing opinions on immigration matter
LETTER: Charlottetown needs a 'common sense' law
I see that Mr. Tim Banks (our own version of 'Little Jack Horner') has modestly announced that IRAC has granted him permission to build an apartment/condominium that he wouldn't live in himself. Not enough parking, and so close to the ...
LETTER: Guardian workers take up downtown Charlottetown parking spots
Regarding: Charlottetown commissionaires too tempted to ticket I have worked at the parking monitor job in Charlottetown, so I know of what I speak. The editor fails to mention the fact that the Guardian workers make a habit of parking across ...
LETTER: Do speed humps change speed limits?
Your July 19 article on Charlottetown awarding a tender to supply speed bumps raises a question about speed limits in the city. For example, if a speed limit is posted at 40 km/h, you should be able to legally and safely drive that street at 40 ...
JENNIFER GARRISON: Jordan Peterson and the cult of genius
Like it or not, University of Toronto professor Jordan Peterson is a cultural sensation. Over the past year and a half, Peterson has gained notoriety through his open hostility toward trans rights and feminism as well as his characterization of ...
LEE HARDING: Canada wins if the globe warms
"Why can't Al Gore be right?" asked my friend as we suffered another bitter Canadian winter. Intolerable Januaries aside, global warming alarmists suggest we should be happy if global warming doesn't occur. But that may not be ...
Editorial: Sea change in cabinet
Jonathan Wilkinson has many tall tasks ahead of him as Canada’s newest Fisheries and Oceans minister, not the least of which could be overcoming where he’s from. Wednesday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shuffled Dominic LeBlanc out of ...
Russell Wangersky: Learning lessons from south of the border
What happens in the U.S. is their business, and we shouldn’t spend time writing or thinking about it. That’s message I get every single time I write about the country to the south of us. “If Trump is hurtling that ...
EDITORIAL: Will P.E.I. answer the call to welcome more immigrants?
A change in the political landscape in Ontario may present a unique opportunity for Atlantic Canada, especially when it comes to immigration. Major urban centres like Toronto have been inundated with asylum seekers and others hoping for a better ...
JAN SLOMP: Supply management delivers
The front-page story in a recent edition of the Toronto Star claimed to be an investigative report about milk in the grocery stores. While it is an interesting account of different practices of several dairy farmers, it comes to wrong and misleading ...
REBECCA RIOUX: Little action in P.E.I. government's 'action items' for seniors
By Rebecca Rioux Guest opinion On May 24, 2018 the province released its action plan for seniors titled: Promoting Wellness, Promoting Health. The plan lays out four key pillars with 38 action items. There are two key takeaways for ...