Big week for Judo P.E.I. athletes
Former Islanders d-man David Henley suspended by QMJHL for hit
Ring in the season with “Home for the Holidays” at the Harbourfront
Concerns raised from both sides about minimum wage increase in P.E.I.
Kensington infrastructure project cancelled
Quebec felt heavy public pressure to table strict marijuana law: stakeholders
Islanders jump out strong
Kelly, Donovan win Fall Fling
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Tesla wants to electrify big trucks, adding to its ambitions
Loblaw store closures not expected to have ‘much impact’ in P.E.I.
West Prince Chamber hosting Business Excellence awards
Canadians among the world’s most financially literate
Free meals, food banks, bargains help students survive high price of higher education
Port Charlottetown sees increase in traffic in 2017
Cavendish Farms onion rings recalled for potential food allergen
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a recall on certain Cavendish Farms onion rings. The recall pertains to four-kilogram bags of one-quarter inch X-Ring Crispy Tempura onion rings produced by the New Annan-based company. The product ...
Skills Canada P.E.I. holds series of hands-on trade experiences
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – Skills Canada P.E.I. is trying a variety of initiatives to get people interested in trades this week. The organization hosted a Repair Café and offered try-a-trade activities in conjunction with Holland ...
Summerside's ADL wins major national cheese awards at Royal Agriculture Winter Fair
ADL recognized as Grand Champion Reserve in aged cheddar at the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto. ...
CFIB welcomes WCB refunds
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business is applauding a Workers’ Compensation Board decision to reduce rates and refund premiums. Erin McGrath-Gaudet, CFIB director for P.E.I., said the WCB’s annual report showed it was over ...
Journal Pioneer asks Prince County how it sees future of local media
The Journal Pioneer is asking the community it has served for 152 years to Open Up and share thoughts on the future of local media. The Open Up Project was launched earlier this year by the newspaper’s parent company, Saltwire ...
The Toy Factory in New Glasgow is celebrating its 45th year
NEW GLASGOW It’s not quite Santa’s workshop in the North Pole. But Dan and Kathy Viau’s The Toy Factory in New Glasgow, P.E.I., might be the next best thing. After a brief break, the store is re-opening on Saturday and will be ...
Record season continues as P.E.I. eyes one million overnight stays
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – Prince Edward Island will likely surpass the one million mark for overnight stays for the first time in 2017. There were 938,277 overnight stays in roofed accommodations and campgrounds recorded in the provincial ...
Mavor’s Island Comfort has best vegan dish in Veg It Up! challenge
Veg P.E.I. has announced that the winning dish in its second annual Veg it Up! vegan restaurant challenge is Island Comfort, created by executive chef Miguel Cervantes and the Mavor’s team. “We were so impressed with all the dishes ...
Only five per cent of Canadian tech companies have female chief executives: report
TORONTO - A new report says just five per cent of Canadian technology companies have a female founder and a similar fraction have a woman as CEO, figures which suggest the industry's gender diversity is lagging other sectors. The study, ...
Downtown Summerside loses iconic storefront, Kelly’s Flowers building makes way for future development
Cindy Robichaud couldn’t help but think of all of the people who walked through the doors of Kelly's Flower Shoppe. ...