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Humboldt Broncos forward Nick Shumlanski joining UPEI Panthers this fall
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Victim in Kensington highway collision identified as Braddin Judson
MacLauchlan sees gains for P.E.I. from meeting of Canadian premiers
More than $600K in funding helps West Prince companies compete
Renovations to nearly 150-year-old building on Summerside waterfront underway
Physician recruited for O’Leary
Communities in Bloom judges arriving Monday
UPDATE: Charlottetown woman charged with infanticide worked at family resource centre
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - A woman charged with two counts of infanticide is accused of disposing of her dead children’s bodies in a waste bin. Court documents state Shannon Dawn Rayner, 39, of Charlottetown willfully failed to obtain medical ...
Search and rescue exercise in P.E.I.'s Hillsborough Bay was the largest since 2010
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Donnie Morris says the adrenaline flows when the bell rings to save lives. Morris, 54, of Portuguese Cove, N.S., has been answering the bell for 28 years to search and rescue calls with the Canadian Coast Guard ...
P.E.I. MP Lawrence MacAulay stays on as Canada's Agriculture Minister
Lawrence MacAulay will maintain a steady hand on the federal government’s agriculture portfolio, as the Trudeau government prepares to head into an election in 2019. Cardigan MP Lawrence MacAulay was kept on as the federal Minister of ...
P.E.I. MP ranks third in succession of power among Canada's government officials
Lawrence MacAulay ranks third on the Canadian Ministry Order of Precedence and appears on the list only after Minister of Public Safety Ralph Goodale and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Although the order of precedence is largely ceremonial in ...
Summerside Boys and Girls Club calls in star power for major fundraiser
There were laughs, heartfelt moments and more than a little good-natured chirping Monday evening at the Atlantic Superstore Celebrity Dinner Gala. The annual event is a major fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club of Summerside and the community ...
Weekly RCMP Prince District report for July 9 to 15
On July 9, around 7 a.m., East Prince RCMP received a call from the owner of a potato field on Route 180 in Sherbrooke about damage to a nearby field. Sometime over the weekend, a vehicle had gone through the field and damaged potato plants on the ...
Barbara Gallant seeking seat for Ward 5: Hillcrest – Platte River
SUMMERSIDE – The first candidate for Ward 5: Hillcrest – Platte River has come forward. On Wednesday, Barbara Gallant, a longtime resident of the ward, put her name forward to challenge current Ward 5 councillor Greg Campbell for a ...
Midway rides setting up in Alberton
The rides are a visual reminder to passersby that the annual agricultural fair is just days away ...
‘Sensitive’ time in Canada-U.S. trading relationship, P.E.I. premier says
P.E.I. Premier Wade MacLauchlan says he expects the continuing U.S.-Canada trade war to be the dominant issue at today’s premiers conference in New Brunswick. All Canadian premiers will attend their yearly meeting today through Friday in ...
Health P.E.I. responded adequately in two cases of confidentiality breaches: Rose
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Health P.E.I. is reviewing its health record procedures after P.E.I. Privacy Commissioner Karen Rose released two reports last month detailing instances of privacy breaches by employees. Rose carried out investigations ...