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New bar and grill opening in Stanley Bridge
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Jumpstarting your dream project
Minutes before it’s set to close, Joey Batts and Rudy’s Kickstarter campaign to scrape together the money to shoot a short documentary about Nova Scotia is sitting pretty. The two teachers from Connecticut were hoping to raise ...
New taxi program working: Airport
The Charlottetown airport embarked on a new taxi program that has seen positive results since the May 1 launch. The new program sees the airport licence individual drivers instead of the previous model of having a licence with one primary taxi ...
Province grants Grain Elevator Corporation environmental assesment
The P.E.I. Grain Elevator Corporation has received approval for its environmental assessment application, clearing the way for a major expansion. The province announced Friday that the Crown corporation was informed on June 22 regarding its ...
Loyalist Country Inn launches Iron and Salt restaurant
SUMMERSIDE – With a more modern look and menu the owners at the Loyalist Country Inn are excited to see its dining room doors open again. “It’s been an amazing change. To the menu and to our dining areas,” said Barb ...
Fish and chips shop opening in Kensington Saturday July 7
KENSINGTON – Kensington is about to see a new restaurant open its doors and breathe new life into an old building. On Saturday, Go! Fish Eatery, a new fish and chips shop is opening in the old railway’s blacksmith shop. Owners Trent ...
More than $1.25 million in sales racked up during spring mission to Montreal
Journal Pioneer Six Island businesses that participated in a fourth sales mission to Montreal, this spring, have been able to finalize combined sales of more than $1.25 million. Robert Maddix, business development officer with RDÉE ...
Spinnakers’ Landing vendors and staff looking forward to new season
SUMMERSIDE – There seems to be an air of magic back at Spinnakers’ Landing as vendors and Summerside Port Corporation staffers prepare for another season. “When I was a little kid, Spinnakers’ was the most magic place to ...
Island’s smallest dairy bar going strong off the beaten-track in rural P.E.I.
CHELTON – Vanilla, chocolate, strawberry. The ice cream flavour doesn’t matter because Mary Webster is sure she is able to set it on fire. “We’re the littlest dairy bar on P.E.I. But like the area we’re in, ...
New digs for Summerside splash park
Off the Wallz Splash Park in Summerside is getting ready to open for its second year of business, starting June 30 at 11 a.m. It’s also got a new home for this year as it has moved one wharf over on the Summerside waterfront. It had previously ...
Summerside's Callbecks Ltd. acquires N.B. Home Hardware
The Callbecks Ltd. family is expanding. The Summerside-based company, which operates Callbecks Home Hardware Building Centre and Callbecks Home Furnishing, has acquired Salisbury Home Hardware Building Centre in Salisbury, N.B. The deal was ...