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
RICK MACLEAN: Pick a story: Runners, chefs, killers
JENNIFER GARRISON: Jordan Peterson and the cult of genius
LEE HARDING: Canada wins if the globe warms
Russell Wangersky: Learning lessons from south of the border
BRIAN GIESBRECHT: Rewriting our history won't make it go away
LYNNE LUND: Disconnect between number of Airbnbs, affordable housing units
To be honest with you, I like Airbnbs. They can make traveling more affordable, offer unique stays in unlikely places and give homeowners a little additional income; what’s not to like? It’s only been the last couple of weeks that ...
GWYNNE DYER: Changing Syria’s demography
With the fall of Deraa last Friday, the end of Syria’s civil war is within sight. What will Bashar al-Assad and his ruling Ba’ath Party do with their victory? Polishing off the last rebel-held areas in the south, right up against the ...
CHARLEBOIS: Tim Hortons rolling up the rim to win over China
Tim Hortons is going where the growth is: China. The Canadian institution announced it will expand its portfolio of 4,700 restaurants by signing a joint venture partnership with a Chinese-based equity firm. Tim Hortons has locations in the ...
Russell Wangersky: You never know who’s in the audience
I wonder sometimes: is it you? Are you the one I have to watch out for? Or are you really just asking a simple, honest question? Years ago, when I worked for CBC as a reporter, I used to hate getting asked questions at ...
WEEKEND CARTOON: Effluent threatens lobster fishery
Northern Pulp mill plans to pipe effluent into Northumberland Strait, threatening lobster grounds. ...
WAYNE YOUNG: A staunch defender of city
Although he served nearly three decades as Summerside’s mayor, I most vividly recall Basil Stewart’s tenacity and persistence early in his tenure when he faced a crisis that threatened the town’s economic future. Stewart was in ...
ALAN HOLMAN: The Island is changing
BY ALAN HOLMAN GUARDIAN COLUMNIST As you drive from Charlottetown to Montague, you go past two examples of innovation provided by the opposite ends of the Island’s agricultural spectrum. On Highway 1, at Mount Albion, you pass the ...
Russell Wangersky: Consider the messenger as well as the message
It’s summertime, and it’s hard to get enough words to fill all the spaces. Hence, the Financial Post’s printing of a lengthy op-ed on equalization by three writers from two business-positive think-tanks on the ...
Russell Wangersky: Naming names in court
Ah, the humble lawsuit. Sometimes, it’s the result of the genuinely aggrieved trying to get their due in the only way they can. Other times, it’s a punishment — people who keep a suit going just to keep the ...
RICK MACLEAN: Numbers don’t lie. Yeah, right
Go to the movie The Incredibles 2, by all means. Beautiful Daughter and two of our three grandchildren – the other one is four months old – went and loved it. If cartoons aren’t your thing, there’s always Jurassic Park: ...