‘Very Forte Christmas’ will be Summerside Presbyterian Church's last concert of year
Stewart Memorial Home residents benefit from creativity and social interaction at workshop
Gardening indoors provides plant fix during winter
Ways to avoid holiday hazards that can harm pets this season
Axemen qualify for Christmas Classic final
Caps drop one-goal decision to MHL-leading Blizzard
UPDATED: Meisenheimer leads Islanders rout of Cape Breton
I BELIEVE: Summerside boy has wish granted, spends a week in Los ...
Impaired driver who dove into Charlottetown harbour to escape police gets jail, ...
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Summerside extends contract with Pepsico at Credit Union Place
Acadian business leaders to be honoured
Bargain Fabric Outlet building to become farmers and artisans market
Deciphering loyalty rewards cards
Retirement nest eggs cracking for many Canadians
Business operators not happy province using taxpayer money for courier
New record for P.E.I. tourism
Overnight stays on Prince Edward Island have surpassed the one-million mark for the first time ever. Total overnight stays measures room nights sold at roofed accommodations combined with campground site nights sold. The next-highest total was ...
Construction boom strengthens economy
MOUNT STEWART – Builders and contractors like Carson Gill are benefitting from an active 2017 for residential construction in Prince Edward Island. Statistics from the province indicate housing starts are up 43.7 per cent compared to 2016 ...
Atlantic governments need rethink on spending: CFIB
A demographic crisis is descending on the Atlantic region, says a new report by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB). The business group says fundamental changes are needed to the way provincial governments in Atlantic Canada ...
Atlantic Beef Products and beef producer partners provide PEI Food Banks
Atlantic Beef Products and its partner beef producers are making a number of holiday donations of 150 kilograms of beef to P.E.I. Food Banks. There will be three regional donations, one each to food banks in Charlottetown, Kings County and Prince ...
Parking space issue delays building permits for redevelopment of downtown Summerside building
A developer’s plans to renovate the former P.E.I. Bag Company building at 340 Water Street in Summerside has hit a snag that has delayed the project. Debbie McGrath, of Jackson’s Point, Ontario, purchased the property in July with the ...
CFIB urges provinces to prepare for ‘demographic crisis’
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business is urging Maritime provinces to start planning more effectively to handle their ageing populations. Referring to the situation as “a demographic crisis,” the organization released a ...
P.E.I. cheesemaker Dairy Isle takes first place at 90th British Empire Cheese Show
A Summerside-based cheese producer has won accolades for taste and quality. ...
Bolstering your bank account
It’s a near universal truth: everyone wants more money. Some people want more to improve their quality of life, others want to pay down debt faster, while most simply seek the comfort and security that comes from building a nest ...
Research pays off in getting holiday deals
Stealing a Christmas tree from a Lady Foot Locker goes off without a hitch for under-appreciated – and sloshed – moms Carla, Amy and Kiki in Hollywood’s A Bad Moms Christmas. In real life, though, out-of-control holiday shopping ...
Maritime Bus celebrates fifth year in business
Five years ago, Mike Cassidy saw a need in the community and jumped into action. Acadian Bus Lines had announced it would be leaving the region on Nov. 30, 2012, after losing $12 million during an eight-year period. With no real business plan ...