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Christopher Cross Requests' success: 'amazing'
Storm respecting the opposition
McKenna steps up his game in second QMJHL season in Moncton
MacKinnon seeking post-season success
Summered friends face off in QMJHL first round
WEATHER: Thursday, March 22 – Snowfall warning today for Queens, Kings - ...
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Metros offensive onslaught
WEATHER: Thursday, March 22 – Snowfall warning today for Queens, Kings - classes cancelled
Chicken burgers sold in P.E.I. recalled due to potential allergen
Mill River Resort renovations ahead of schedule
More accountability needed on financial statements, P.E.I. AG says
Work to start on Summerside and Montague cannabis stores next month
Summerside Police warning residents after false kidnapping scam comes to light
Summerside Police Services wants to make the public aware of a recent scamming incident in the city which involved a false kidnapping claim. Police said that just before 6 p.m. Tuesday evening, they received a report from a citizen who had just ...
Our Changing Arctic
Part 1: Currents, rising temperatures in control of the Arctic It was Jan. 10, 1914 and Canada's first great foray into exploring our North had gone horribly wrong. Three months earlier the Canadian Arctic Expedition’s much-famed ...
Summerside homes hit by paintballs
Several Summerside homes and cars were hit with paintballs Tuesday night. Summerside Police Service said it started receiving complaints from homeowners between 9:30 and 10:15 p.m. All of the impacted homes are between Maple Avenue and Notre ...
Christopher Cross Requests inspire fundraiser for boy’s wheelchair accessible van
WELLINGTON – It’s not easy to ask for help. Krista Collicutt knows that first hand. “Just after Kiptyn was born, we knew he wouldn’t be able to talk or walk or hold his head up,” said the 30-year-old mother from ...
Borden-Carleton man’s sudden death investigated by occupational health and safety
BORDEN-CARLETON – Occupational Health and Safety officers are investigating the sudden death of a 62-year-old Borden-Carleton area man. Douglas MacKinnon, a local mechanic and used car salesman, was working at his shop at his residence late ...
WEATHER: Tuesday, March 20 – cloud and sun, cold, storm still coming
Environment Canada is continuing its special weather statement, saying a winter storm is possible over P.E.I. late Wednesday but mostly through Thursday into Friday. “Snow will develop over Prince Edward Island Wednesday evening and may ...
Four months in P.E.I. jail for violent reign of domestic terror
A Charlottetown man was sentenced to four months in jail after putting a former common-law partner through a violent reign of terror. Frank William Rose, 31, pleaded guilty to assault causing bodily harm, uttering a death threat and breach of ...
Dr. Nadine Arsenault-Samson receives the 2018 Étoile Santé award
SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. - Over 50 bilingual employees of the Prince Edward Island health sector attended the Au cœur du service (At the heart of the service) conference on March 2 at the Centre Belle-Alliance in Summerside. This event was an ...
P.E.I. man convicted of attempted rape, indecent assault to be sentenced Wednesday
The victim of a man who was convicted of attempting to rape her when she was nine years old says he destroyed her sense of self-worth. That woman made the statement on a video played in provincial court in Charlottetown Monday during the ...
Malpeque Bay Credit Union considering next steps for branch building
Kensington Town Council has tentatively approved a request from a local property owner to rezone a section of land for a new banking institution. The property is just past the intersection of Sunset Drive and Route 2, across the street from ...