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Nova Scotia teams dominate Spudchuckers softball tournament in O'Leary
Road teams victorious in KCBL action in Morell and Charlottetown
Funding made available for P.E.I. perennial crop growers
Weather nixes flag football championships in Cornwall
Mother of man shot by Summerside police calling for coroner's inquest
Summerside United soccer team brings home silver medal
Canada temporarily shuts fishing areas to help right whales
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Shop N Play, P.E.I.’s largest gift and souvenir shop, sold to Nova Scotia businessman
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P.E.I. producers say Canadian system not to blame for U.S. industry woes
Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber prop from 'Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back' being displayed in Cavendish
The Force is strong with the newest exhibit at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium in Cavendish. Maritime Fun Group, which owns the local museum of oddities, says it has secured the original lightsaber prop used by Mark Hamill in his ...
Downtown Charlottetown Inc. compiling list of pet-friendly businesses for tourists and public
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Downtown Charlottetown Inc. (DCI) literally wants people to ‘paws’ before deciding to leave their pet inside a hot car this summer. DCI has launched an initiative in which it is compiling a list of pet-friendly ...
Two P.E.I. companies win big at Canadian Cheese Awards
Two Island companies took home hardware at the recent Canadian Cheese Awards in Toronto. Cow’s Creamery took home four awards while ADL won in two categories. The awards take place every two years with the aim of showcasing the best in ...
P.E.I. wild blueberry growers affected by late frost
The association responsible for Island wild blueberry growers are evaluating the widespread damage caused by recent late season frosts. The P.E.I. Wild Blueberry Growers Association (PEIWBGA) says the recent frost has been unfortunately timed with ...
Nova Scotia couple cast off for a life at sea, and they're not the only ones
While their numbers are small, there are several Atlantic Canadians opting to sell their land-locked properties and live full-time aboard their boat Waves lap gently against the hull of the Xcelsior II, a 44-foot sailboat sheltered in ...
Muddy Creek Market opening for second season after expansion
ST. NICHOLAS – After a successful first summer, owners of the Muddy Creek Market are excited to see their artisan shop reopen. “Last year was busier than I expected. The market was something I threw together because I was off work and ...
Digging in for children’s hospitals
ELMSDALE John Griffin, the president of Elmsdale-based potato grower and packer, WP Griffin Inc. says he hopes to build on the success of the company’s recent Dig In Do Good campaign. The company ran a Dig In Do Good promotion in support of ...
Speechcraft workshop comes to West Prince
ALBERTON The executive director of the West Prince Chamber of Commerce is hoping a recent Speechcraft workshop in West Prince will become a stepping stone to a Toastmasters International Speak-Easy program in the region. Tammy Rix had attended ...
N.B. tries to revive Energy East pipeline
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau needs to at least try to resurrect the Energy East pipeline project since it could mean thousands of jobs for Atlantic Canada, says the top exec of Saint John’s chamber of commerce. “The market for oil is ...
New role for Elisha Cuthbert – working the drive-thru window at Tims
KENSINGTON – Employees at the Kensington Tim Hortons had a new co-worker on site to celebrate Camp Day, actress Elisha Cuthbert. Cuthbert, known for her roles in Netflix’s “The Ranch”, ABC’s “Happy ...