LETTER: Taking MacNeill to task
LETTER: Canada has distinct architecture style
BRUCE EVANS: Trump will win again; that’s how the ‘undeclared vote’ cookie will crumble
LETTER: Religiously diverse world
LETTER: Prof. Denny's lobster livelihood plan a welcome idea
EDITORIAL: Flu shots of paramount importance this year
LETTER: Veterans museum needed in Summerside
I attended a public forum at the Summerside Legion on Oct. 7 involving a veterans' museum planned for Summerside. The issue of a veterans' museum has been a topic discussed in city council for years. What was puzzling to me is why this ...
BRIAN JOSEPH: Step 1 in standing up to China is cleaning up our act
In recent weeks, there has been renewed attention on Canada’s relationship with China. It is not a pretty picture. Public opinion polls now register sharply growing negative views toward China among Canadians. After a long and ...
LETTER: Democracy and inclusivity
In his recent opinion piece in the Eastern Graphic (Byelection misses opportunity for diversity, Oct. 14) Paul MacNeill misses an opportunity to speak seriously about democracy and inclusivity. While, on the surface, MacNeill is challenging ...
GUEST OPINION: Land matters and District 10 byelection
The Coalition for the Protection of P.E.I. Lands is concerned that the District 10 byelection on Nov. 2 seems to be under the radar with minimal public interest or media coverage. However it could be a game changer in P.E.I. politics. It happened ...
SCOTT TAYLOR: Wolf warning episode reveals extent of military's psychological warfare strategy
Last week, there was a bizarre little story in the Ottawa Citizen that, at first glance, appeared to be so ridiculous that it had to be satire. Reporter David Pugliese revealed that a letter from the Nova Scotia government sent out to residents in ...
LETTER: Charlottetown buses seemingly designed without consultation with people with disabilities
My name is Kurtis Kelly and I am a resident of P.E.I. living with multiple disabilities. For years now the public transit system in Charlottetown has been a big help for people to get around town, but it has also been making promises that it ...
LETTER: Departures raise questions
I am writing to express my deep concern with the recent dismissal of Chris Huggan as the director of athletics and recreation at UPEI in September. With reference to the two letters sent by Len Lang and Brad McKnight regarding the same subject ...
LETTER: Gun range complaint misses mark
In reply to the recent letter (A living nightmare, Oct. 14) regarding dissatisfaction with the RCMP, the following should be noted. I would assume that the practice range was in that location long before you purchased your property, I would also ...
LETTER: P.E.I. needs Greens
I am voting Green in the upcoming byelection. For a number of years my area has been represented by the Liberal party. However, when the Liberal party announced last May that they were no longer going to work with government to bring improvements, I ...
CHEERS & JEERS: Oct. 19, 2020
JEERS: To the Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission (IRAC) for the continued lack of information related to the Brendel land sale. The sale involved 2,200 acres of land transferred from a family farming operation to a company affiliated with the ...