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
LETTER: Why residents should vote on amalgamation
LETTER: A way to attract student doctors, nurses
LETTER: DOES VAPING POLICY KEEP ALL STUDENTS SAFE?
LETTER: FLAG DECISION REFLECTS POORLY ON ALBERTON
LETTER: ALBERTON DECISION THOUGHTLESS, DISRESPECTFUL
LETTER: MORALLY PERMISSIBLE TO PROTEST ABORTIONS
LETTER: WHO WILL BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE?
EDITOR: A recent article in the Journal Pioneer dated May 4 recorded a former employee of Credit Union Place who pleaded guilty to the theft of monies from his place of employment for more than three years. As a former manager with a large ...
LETTER: THERE WAS A BETTER TIME TO FIGHT THE TOLL
EDITOR: Regarding the ever-growing list of people wanting the Confederation Bridge to be toll free, dream the dream! Hard reality, making wishes for a different outcome in the past is not going to change a thing. Have a read of Wikipedia, ...
LETTER: MORE FAIRNESS IN THE ELECTORAL SYSTEM NEEDED
EDITOR: Support for proportional representation (MMP) by Islanders is now equal to sticking with the status quo of FPTP (first-past-the-post) in how we mark our ballots. In fact, Islanders made a significant step towards electing those other than ...
LETTER: ANY JOB WORTH DOING IS WORTH DOING RIGHT
EDITOR: I’ve heard and been a witness to many interactions between a business and a client or a tenant and a landlord to name a few. The problem is either not hearing, taking pride in fixing the issue or ignoring it altogether. For example, ...
LETTER: DRESS FOR SUCCESS
EDITOR: With the closing of Nurses Week (May 6-12) on Prince Edward Island, I was pleased to see so many thoughtful comments and accolades for our registered nurses (RNs) and nurse practitioners (NPs) here on Prince Edward Island. As one of the ...
LETTER: PAY MORE FOR “GAS GUZZLERS”
EDITOR: There was an interesting article that appeared in both Island newspapers on Saturday (May 11). It was called ‘Canada’s cars are gas guzzlers’ and written by Blake Shaffer of Postmedia News. It caught my interest not just ...
LETTER: THE LAW STINKS
EDITOR: The headlines read in Tuesday’s Guardian – “Another infant’s remains found.” I cannot get my head around this. Infanticide is the intentional killing of an infant. Abortion is the deliberate termination of an ...
LETTER: NEW HEALTH MINISTER NEEDS TO FIX ‘BROKEN’ SYSTEM
EDITOR: Islanders are becoming more aware of the gaps in the delivery of health services in P.E.I. Recent examples have been a wait of 13 hours in an emergency room and the May 4 Guardian front-page story about a young man seeking help for mental ...
LETTER: MORE ADVICE FOR DON MILLS
EDITOR: I just want to add one final piece of advice to Alan E. MacPhee's guest opinion entitled "Get the facts right on health care," in regard to the opinion issued from Don Mills, the retired pollster from Nova Scotia. Mr. ...
LETTER: FAIR SHARE NEEDS TO BE CLARIFIED
EDITOR: Rick MacLean's Viewpoint column in the Guardian on May 11, he quotes (Three Rivers) Coun. Cindy MacLean of the Georgetown area saying, "I think the eastern end of the Island will get their fair share now," in reference to the ...