Not so ‘safe’

Not so ‘safe’

Updated at 16:02 - ALBERTON -- A vacationing P.E.I man figured the safe in his room would have been the best place to keep his wallet and passport while out enjoying nearby attractions.

James Taylor to play Summerside

James Taylor to play Summerside

Updated at 07:40 - James Taylor has announced 15 Canadian dates to his upcoming tour, including a stop in Summerside on May 16.

Menzel Reilly legacy lives on

Updated on February 08, 2016 - Menzel Reilly had made it his mission to ensure boys and girls fulfilled their aspirations of skating.

Local

Storm dumps the right kind of snow for drifting

Updated at 14:54 - ALBERTON -- The strong wind on Tuesday made it difficult for weather observers to get a solid handle on snowfall amounts, but Environment Canada regional meteorologist Linda Libby is suggesting Prince Edward Island communities received anywhere from....

Ellsworth new fire chief

Updated at 12:12 - ALBERTON -- Alberton Town Council has approved the Alberton Volunteer Fire Department’s selection of officers for 2016.

Winter carnival starts Friday

Updated at 13:00 - ALBERTON -- A family-friendly hypnosis show with Ed Ratell and a winter fishing derby at the town pond are feature activities of...

Local

Canada - World

Canada - World

Sports

P.E.I. skiers earn medals

Updated at 13:59 - The P.E.I. alpine ski team travelled to Ben Eoin, Cape Breton, N.S., recently to participate in the second event on the Atlantic race circuit – Jerry Giorno Memorial Cup..

Sr. curling ch’ships start Friday

Updated at 12:09 - O’LEARY -- West Prince men’s teams have drawn a first-round bye in the P.E.I. Credit Union Senior Curling championships which open...

Red Wings host key game Tuesday

Updated on February 08, 2016 - ABRAM-VILLAGE – The Arsenault’s Fish Mart Western Red Wings will continue pursuit of the first-place Kensington Moase Plumbing and...

iCanSoccer’s Player of the Day

Updated at 11:27 - SUMMERSIDE – For the next number of days, the Journal Pioneer’s website will feature an iCanSoccer player of the day.

Sports

Business

Business

Living

IN THE BOOKS: The Bastard of Fort Stikine – Biohistory

Updated on February 05, 2016 - Summerside author Debra Komar has spent a long time sorting out the many strands to solve one of the coldest murders in Canada.  On April 21, 1842, one of the Hudson Bay Company’s chief traders, John McLoughlin Jr. was shot dead by one of his own....

THE GREEN FILE: Gardening match making

Updated on February 05, 2016 - Eligible gardeners will want to read this. With Valentine’s Day approaching, romance seems to be on the radar most everywhere.

Violence prevention

Updated on February 04, 2016 - Family Violence Prevention Week during Feb. 14 - 20 will 'Shine the Light on Domestic Violence.'

CELTIC CONNECTION: The Journey to Skye

Updated on February 04, 2016 - In 1987, a historic pipe band concert took place in Ballymena, Northern Ireland. It was recorded, and this album, one of the very...

Living

Opinion

EASTERN PASSAGES: Business unusual

Updated on February 08, 2016 - Call it an example of the pitfalls of sexual assault charges and famous (or infamous) defendants if you will. Call it an example of...

No spare change

Updated on February 08, 2016 - There are good things in the budget delivered Monday by the City of Summerside. Too bad the baffling and irresponsible double-digit...

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Water Governance and the Water Act

Updated on February 08, 2016 - Part I:   The process of developing a Water Act for P.E.I. has created widespread and enthusiastic participation by the...

Opinion

Opinion

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