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Focus on opening doors drives immigration aid groups
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McNEISH: 'We are now a global community'
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Younger doctors exhausted by new practice demands
Fighting to find a family doctor: ‘The whole process is undignified.’
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Challenges, solutions to Atlantic Canada's doctor shortage
Family doctor shortage a threat to health care
OPINION: Education faculties fail to prepare young teachers to be effective
EDITORIAL: Follow the rules of the road
OPINION: Mark Norman – Hero or Zero
EDITORIAL: Canada’s new conservative 'Bro-governments’ say this round’s on them
OPINION: The abortion debate is not over
EDITORIAL: Community leaders find solutions, not excuses
EDITORIAL: Anti-abortion group crossed a line
An anti-abortion group crossed the line on Tuesday when it protested outside the parking lot at Three Oaks Senior High School in Summerside. The group – Show the Truth – is mostly made up of demonstrators from Ontario, except for one ...
OPINION: What's Up With Uber?
Bryson Guptill Guest Opinion The ride-hailing, smart-phone app Uber disappointed many investors on Friday, one day after it's much-anticipated initial public offering (IPO). Uber hit the market at $45 but had fallen 7.6 per cent to ...
EDITORIAL: This report is for the birds
What does the piping plover have in common with the greater sage-grouse, the greater prairie chicken and the striped bass? Well, nothing yet. And, let’s keep it that way. Those other species are extinct in Canada. The piping plover ...
EDITORIAL: Justice and politics don’t mix
The Vice-Admiral Mark Norman case will not have its day in court, which is a fabulous thing for Norman. But it means the rest of us have been, at this point, denied an explanation for why one of Canada’s most senior officers was charged in ...
OPINION: How high taxes create crime and hurt society
Matthew Lau Guest Opinion In The Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith described a smuggler as “a person who, though no doubt highly blamable for violating the laws of his country, is frequently incapable of violating those of natural ...
Cheers and Jeers (May 13, 2019)
CHEERS and JEERS: Cheers to Device Doctors, the mobile phone repair shop in Charlottetown that donated a couple of phone charging units (valued at $500 each) to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s outpatients waiting room. The business is also in ...
OPINION: Get the facts right on health care
Alan E. MacPhee Guest Opinion Once again, the pronouncements of Mr. Don Mills’ reach P.E.I. from the towers of Halifax and, though long on opinion, remains short on fact. For starters, P.E.I. has seven hospitals, not eight. ...
OPINION: Budget deficits can increase social inequality
Vincent Geloso Guest Opinion There’s been much talk about the federal government’s attempts to enact redistributive policies to reduce income inequality in Canada. But the way these measures are funded could increase ...
EDITORIAL: Cabinet has a lot of work ahead
It was a warm and fuzzy moment for Dennis King. The newly-elected premier was in Georgetown on Thursday to be sworn-in by Lt.-Gov. Antoinette Perry before a crowd of about 300 people, including King’s mother. King grew up in ...
OPINION: Leave piping plover, heron nesting habitat undisturbed
Leave piping plover, heron nesting habitat undisturbed Rosemary Curley Guest Opinion In response to Scott MacNeill, who demanded restoration of public access to Boughton Island and removal of a gate at the end of a road, there are additional ...