Childhood memories rekindled

Childhood memories rekindled

Updated on February 05, 2016 - KENSINGTON – A lot of childhood memories were rekindled for three Kensington fathers last weekend.

Showdown at the Gardens

Updated on February 05, 2016 - It will be a showdown of the top two teams in the New Brunswick/P.E.I. Major Midget Hockey League on Saturday.

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Drifting could persist into Saturday

Updated on February 05, 2016 - ALBERTON – While the snow should no longer be falling by Saturday morning, Environment Canada meteorologist Linda Libby said the wind should still be strong enough to keep moving it around..

Young Entrepreneurs Forum Mar. 8

Updated on February 05, 2016 - MILL RIVER -- The sixth annual CBDC West Prince Ventures Young Entrepreneurs Forum is set for Tuesday, March 8, at the Rodd Mill...

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Canada - World

Sports

Axemen defeat Panthers in shootout

Updated on February 05, 2016 - Boston Leier scored the shootout winner Friday as the Acadia Axemen defeated the UPEI Panthers 2-1 in Atlantic University Sport (AUS) men’s hockey action..

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Storm unable to finish the comeback

Updated on February 05, 2016 - The Island Storm stormed backed Friday in Halifax, but fell 90-88 to the Hurricanes in National Basketball League of Canada play.

Aces close out home schedule Sunday

Updated on February 05, 2016 - TIGNISH – The Tignish Perry’s Construction Aces will play their final home game of the regular season on Sunday.

Dodgeball tournament pushed to Saturday

Updated on February 05, 2016 - CHARLOTTETOWN – Due to the impending storm and Holland College closure on Friday, this year’s high school dodgeball tournament will...

Sea Dogs recall Caps goaltender

Updated on February 05, 2016 - SAINT JOHN, N.B. – The Saint John Sea Dogs of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League called up Summerside D. Alex MacDonald Ford...

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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...

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Opinion

A preoccupation that works

Updated on February 05, 2016 - Even though a roundabout might be the best option, a Bloomfield Corner businessman has a good point: Transportation officials...

Taxing program backwards

Updated on February 04, 2016 - It’s time to axe HST on electricity. Electric heat is safer, more energy efficient, less polluting, and more environmentally...

CAPITAL BEAT: Reform now gearing up

Updated on February 05, 2016 - Will the changes now being undertaken by the provincial government improve an education system that consistently scores nears the...

Sending wrong message

Updated on February 04, 2016 - Summerside Mayor Bill Martin and the city's CAO have both told me I am negative. I think the mayor, city council and CAO are...

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