HST hike at root of plans to prorogue legislature

HST hike at root of plans to prorogue legislature

Updated at 06:32 - The work of Premier Wade MacLauchlan’s first year in the legislature will officially close and a new throne speech will be delivered in April a move that has Opposition Leader Jamie Fox worried about a possible HST hike.

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Not so ‘safe’

Not so ‘safe’

Updated on February 09, 2016 - ALBERTON -- A vacationing P.E.I man figured the safe in his room would have been the best place to keep his wallet a

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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.

James Taylor to play Summerside

James Taylor to play Summerside

Updated on February 09, 2016 - Islanders aren't seeing much Fire and Rain this morning -- more snow and wind -- but they'll have a chance to see the

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Easter co-chairs IPG

Updated at 11:47 - HUNTER RIVER -- Malpeque MP Wayne Easter has been elected co-chair of the Canada-US Inter-Parliamentary Group (IPG)..

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Canada - World

Canada - World

Sports

iCanSoccer’s Player of the Day

Updated at 11:03 - SUMMERSIDE – For the next number of days, the Journal Pioneer’s website will feature an iCanSoccer player of the day.

Caps close gap on Abbies

Updated at 09:37 - CHARLOTTETOWN – The Summerside Capitals have put themselves in a position to finish in a third-place tie in the P.E.I. Midget AAA...

Fast start keys Moncton win

Updated at 10:31 - ABRAM-VILLAGE – A quick start sent the Moncton Vitos on their way to a convincing 7-1 win over the Arsenault’s Fish Mart Western...

Gulf Storm undefeated

Updated at 08:46 - SUMMERSIDE – The Gulf Storm capped an undefeated showing in the Source for Sports atom AA hockey tournament on Sunday afternoon.

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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: Inconsistent truths

Updated at 12:54 - The people who are watching the Toronto case of the Queen vs. Jian Ghomeshi with such great interest might want to pause for a moment, and consider the Ottawa case of the Queen vs. Beau Byford instead..

Dangerous situation

Updated at 12:01 - While driving home recently I was appalled by the current situation at the traffic circle in Stanley Bridge.

Energy policy a mess

Updated at 11:59 - P.E.I. has no energy policy. Maritime Electric remains the Island’s primary electrical utility leaving consumers with lack of...

Opinion

Opinion

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