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Survivor swims to shore, walks two kilometres for help after fishing boat goes down off North Cape, P.E.I.
Credit Union Place welcomes Canada Games bid evaluation committee
Man accused in Sept. 5 gun pointing incident in Summerside pleads guilty
Gun pointed at motorists on South Drive in Summerside, second incident in two weeks
Search team continues to grow at North Cape
P.E.I. PC Party MLAs say they won't run for leadership
UPDATED: Search underway off North Cape, P.E.I., for missing fishermen
The search was triggered around 5 p.m. when a third member of the lobster boat crew made it safely to shore near the North Cape light ...
Wait lists for transplants growing: Carpenter
The wait lists for organ transplants are “always growing” right across the country ...
Montrose man placing hope in organ donor registry
Kevin Clements, 52, has been near the top of the list for a liver transplant since March. ...
DesRoches seeking re-election for Ward 8: Wilmot
SUMMERSIDE – The current councillor so Ward 8: Wilmot has announced he will be seeking reelection this fall. Tyler DesRoches is finishing up his first term on council and says he is pleased with what has been accomplished. “We have ...
Former P.E.I. music teacher's sexual exploitation case now in judge’s hands
The Crown argues a woman alleging sexual exploitation at the hands of her former music teacher gave “clear, cogent and compelling’’ evidence during a three-day trial in provincial court in Charlottetown. In her closing ...
Replacement of helicopter pad underway at Indian Head Lighthouse
An aged helicopter landing pad at Indian Head lighthouse is being replaced. A crew from the Canadian Coast Guard has been working at the marine marker for the past several days and is expected to keep working at the site for a few weeks. The ...
Summerside Terry Fox Run doubles usual attendance and fundraising total
Organizers of the Summerside Area Terry Fox Run report their recent event to be the most successful in years. Jon Cheverie, organizer of the local run, said this year’s event had 75 participants this year and raised a total of $4,400. About ...
Two Summerside men arrested for allegedly transporting drugs, including methamphetamine
A pair of Summerside men are facing drug charges after a traffic stop and subsequent police dog search, Monday, in Summerside. The men, a 19-year-old and a 31-year-old, were allegedly in possession of a half-ounce of crystal methamphetamine, ...
UPDATE: Former bank teller in Charlottetown jailed for defrauding clients
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - A 29-year-old man who defrauded TD Bank clients of more than $251,000 while he was an employee was sentenced Tuesday to six months in jail. Vivek Vishisht appeared before Judge John Douglas in provincial court in ...
SERIES: The Holocaust - Halifax's Natan Nevo paints over dark days of war with a positive look at life and people
Natan Nevo’s art workroom is filled with colourful landscapes and abstracts, depicting his outlook on life today – bright, cheery, optimistic. During the Second World War in his native Poland, while in hiding and later trying to find ...