EDITORIAL: Nothing less than 100 per cent
OPINION: Quebec's electoral reform public education initiative falls short
OPINION: Suing oil companies over climate change will only hurt taxpayers
EDITORIAL: High-speed internet chase
OPINION: Voting ‘yes’ for MMP
EDITORIAL: New Zealand wastes no time cracking down on guns
EDITORIAL: Immigration is good for P.E.I.
The federal government has finally come to its senses and realized that an immigration office needs to be reopened on P.E.I. And with the province’s growing immigration population, reopening the office after seven years is long ...
EDITORIAL: Grits stumble while digging out of SNC-Lavalin affair
Sometimes, you watch a professional team play so horribly that you can’t help but wonder if it’s trying to throw the game. It’s infuriating. It happens in all team sports, even those of a different kind, like federal ...
OPINION: Understanding IRAC’s role in housing
J. Scott MacKenzie Guest Opinion The lack of affordable housing on Prince Edward Island has generated a lot of public debate with questions about solutions and responsibility. Some people put the Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission ...
OPINION: Response to Gary Morgan on MMP
Response to Gary Morgan on MMP Hans Connor Guest Opinion It is important to remember that in 2016, Islanders voted for MMP (mixed member proportional representation) as their preferred choice for electoral system ahead of a variety of other ...
EDITORIAL: Home Suite Home
It’s positive to see Charlottetown city council doing its part to ensure that renters can find a safe and legal place to live. The latest step in the process occurred at Monday night’s council meeting with the approval of a bylaw ...
OPINION: Consider the credibility of information
John Barrett Guest Opinion Earlier this week a UPEI student arrived home with a brochure that was distributed in his political science class by a guest presenter. We, as the No What To Vote group, were curious about both the content of the ...
EDITORIAL: Poll Dancing
It’s easy to roll your eyes and say it’s just another poll. And follow that with the standard line that polls don’t mean anything. It’s what happens on election day that matters. But if you’re the governing ...
EDITORIAL: Boeing crash causes jitters over jet's safety
Usually, the crash of a commercial airliner half a world away is the shortest of news stories: a brief description of the location, the number of people killed — a few more details if there are witnesses willing to be interviewed. But ...
CHEERS & JEERS: P.E.I. animal protection officers look after welfare of furry companions
CHEERS to the handful of animal protection officers who work with the P.E.I. Humane Society. They work 24 hours a day looking out for the welfare of companion animals across the province. Considering they handle, on average, 1,000 cases per year, ...
EDITORIAL: Stephens family deserves answers
None of us was in that dark basement on May 27, 2018 when police officers opened fire on Jeremy Stephens, killing the 32-year-old Summerside man. But a report by the Nova Scotia Serious Incident Response Team (SIRT) released this week gives ...