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
LETTER: Heather Mallick misrepresents Stornoway upgrades
LETTER: Differing opinions on immigration matter
LETTER: Island farmers will suffer under carbon tax
LETTER: What Louis Armstrong did next
LETTER: Charlottetown needs a 'common sense' law
LETTER: Guardian workers take up downtown Charlottetown parking spots
LETTER: The war on journalism
Last night there was a talk by Peter Greste, best known by most for his time in an Egyptian prison. The talk was on 'the war on journalism' — a concept that is offensive although the reality is horrifying. The advent of fake news and ...
LETTER: No options for dietary concerns at Montague restaurants
Two friends and myself decided to see the first of the series of Eddy Quinn at Kaylee Hall, near Montague. I even to to talk to Eddy. All three of us wanted to go to Tim’s and Wendy’s afterwards. Forgot to mention I am celiac and lactose ...
LETTER: Social assistance clients need phone allowance
As a long-time advocate for people that have no voice, I am very upset to see one thing government plans to do. In my reading of what is going to happen with social services, I noticed they are going to put up the rents, food, personal comfort ...
LETTER: Transportation is an essential service
One of the functions of a government is to provide essential services such as transportation systems to the public. I am trying to keep abreast of the disaster which occurred in May of 2017 when the railway line, the only land link to the port of ...
LETTER: Immigration Watch does not speak for me
Thank you to Trudy Spooner (Letters-to-the-editor, July 14, 2018) for her excellent letter exposing Immigration Watch Canada’s selfish, racist propaganda. This white supremacist organization does not speak for me, nor, I believe, for most ...
LETTER: Don’t treat ocean as treatment lagoon
Let's see if we can get this Strait, er, straight. Northern Pulp has pumped effluent into a lagoon for years. This was the "treatment" to deal with some pretty noxious stuff. As our editor wrote, until just a few years ago, the ...
LETTER: Thankful to be Canadian
Friday, July 20, I hope to celebrate my 61st year as a Canadian resident having arrived here as a very young, naïve immigrant. Had I been born here I too, as a reader in a letter to The Guardian stated recently, would perhaps not have wished ...
LETTER: Canada, EU doing their fair share
It is becoming increasingly tedious and distressing to hear/read/watch the reporting of every bombastic, offensive word, criticism and tweet of the U.S. president (much of which is not even accurate). This past week, he has persistently blasted ...
LETTER: Project provides many benefits
EDITOR: I am writing to you to express my joy on partaking in the inter-generational World Health Organization and City of Summerside Age-friendly project earlier this year. The project was educative and very beneficial, both academically and ...
LETTER: Photo radar controls speed
EDITOR: I do not know the actual numbers of vehicle accidents, deaths and injuries on our provincial roads. However, I’m quite confident in saying it is too many. My own experience of driving from Wellington to Summerside or Charlottetown on ...