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Perry earns second-star honours
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Metros offensive onslaught
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P.E.I. signs $20M deal with feds for mobile mental health crisis program
Christopher Cross Requests' audience growing
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Escalating violence against P.E.I. health-care workers
Karen Jackson had been punched, slapped, spat on and kicked while working as a nurse in Prince Edward Island. Jackson, who is now the president of UPSE, says she is concerned about the increased frequency and severity of violence being experienced ...
Accepting violence in P.E.I. health care: 'The culture needs to change'
The president of the P.E.I. Nurses Union (PEINU) recently attended a two-day round table discussion in Ottawa to talk about the crisis of violence in the Canadian health-care system. “The stakeholders around the table had a wide range of ...
Weighty issue: P.E.I. doctor wants to raise $5,000 for Lennon House
Dr. Vincent Adams is wearing the weight of the world on his shoulders – or at least 50 pounds of it. The P.E.I. chiropractor strapped on a heavy vest Tuesday morning to raise money in a unique way for Lennon House, a new client-centred ...
P.E.I. Opposition calls for electronic voting, despite security concerns
Opposition Leader James Aylward is calling on government to adopt electronic voting in P.E.I. for the next provincial election, in spite of concerns raised by a panel of independent auditors about the potential for serious security ...
P.E.I. music teacher facing sex charges will have trial date set March 1
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - A Charlottetown high school teacher facing multiple charges stemming from alleged criminal sexual behaviour will need to wait until March 1 to learn when his case goes to trial. A trial date was to be set Thursday but ...
Christopher Cross Requests – virtual benefit concert – soaring
There’s a virtual benefit concert happening on Facebook ...
Questions and some confusion at electoral map meetings
There was a good turnout, but few questions or comments during a recent meeting of the P.E.I. Electoral Boundaries Commission, in Summerside. More than 30 people attended the meeting, which was meant to gather public input into two proposed new, ...
P.E.I. fans weigh in on Hedley performing amid sexual misconduct allegations
SUMMERSIDE – To say Mackenzie Gallant was a Hedley superfan would be an understatement. Over the past six years, she has gone to two Hedley meet and greets, got a tattoo of a song lyric, named a Hedley Ambassador and spent countless hours ...
Here's a look at your weekly RCMP report
Loitering at lunch hour On Feb. 12 around 1:30 p.m., West Prince RCMP received a request for extra patrols at the Nazarene Church in Elmsdale. Apparently, students from the high school were loitering in the parking lot during lunch hour leaving ...
Rollo Bay man who was shot in leg enters guilty pleas in P.E.I. court
GEORGETOWN - A Rollo Bay man who assaulted a police officer and was shot in the leg in December entered guilty pleas Thursday to two charges. Cory Russell Levy appeared before Chief Judge Nancy Orr in provincial court in Georgetown where he ...