‘Very Forte Christmas’ will be Summerside Presbyterian Church's last concert of year
Stewart Memorial Home residents benefit from creativity and social interaction at workshop
Gardening indoors provides plant fix during winter
Former Summerside mayor Basil Stewart recovering, misses Caps games
Important points available for Wild
Western defeats Kings County
James Aylward presses P.E.I. premier to commit to fixed election date
Arsenault records four points for Warriors
Bantam A Wildcats split games
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Plane crashes in northern Saskatchewan with 25 people on board, no fatalities
Indigenous rights activist Delilah Saunders denied liver transplant
Mi’kmaq Grand Council Grand Chief Ben Sylliboy dies at age 76
Hebron celebrates first oil production
Mud Lake residents file class action over Churchill River flooding
An exciting week for Newfoundland boy at centre of Pearson kitchen party viral video
Putin looks for quick win, but voter apathy worries Kremlin
MOSCOW — Russia's presidential election campaign formally lasts only three months, and President Vladimir Putin wants to make it as short as possible. With Putin's approval rating topping 80 per cent, there is little doubt about the outcome of the ...
Alberta to expand airborne monitoring of oilsands greenhouse gas emissions
EDMONTON — Alberta has begun monitoring oilsands emissions from the sky. The province's environmental monitoring agency is using airborne sensing equipment to measure the release of greenhouse gases and other chemicals from oilsands mines north ...
Provinces have until the end of 2018 to submit carbon price plans: McKenna
OTTAWA — Environment Minister Catherine McKenna says a national price on carbon won't be imposed on any province for at least another year. McKenna says carbon pricing legislation will be introduced sometime in 2018 ...
Halifax convention centre officially opens five years after first proposed
HALIFAX — The convention centre portion of a massive $500-million construction project that dominates downtown Halifax has officially opened its doors, several years behind schedule. Built with $169 million in taxpayer funding, the ...
B.C. teacher suspended after accidentally displaying porn in class
VANCOUVER — An elementary school teacher in British Columbia was suspended after inadvertently projecting pornographic images from his work laptop in a classroom. The B.C. Commissioner for Teacher Regulation says ...
'Star Wars' memorabilia on display at Discovery Center
CONCORD, N.H. — The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in New Hampshire is displaying "Star Wars" memorabilia in honour of the release of the new movie. The space centre in Concord is showing first-generation "Star Wars" toys from Empire weaponry ...
Weinstein lawyers seek to identify Ontario woman behind lawsuit
TORONTO — Lawyers for Harvey Weinstein are seeking to publicly identify an Ontario actress who has filed a sexual assault lawsuit against the disgraced Hollywood producer. A Toronto court is set to hear arguments on the matter on Feb. 9, and the ...
Trudeaus, Mulroneys, Erdem? Canadians who could snag a royal wedding invite
Save the date. Kensington Palace announced Friday that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have chosen May 19 as their wedding date. When Harry's older brother William married Kate Middleton in 2011, former governor general David Johnston and his wife ...
Report on university campus sexual violence calls for culture change
HALIFAX — A Nova Scotia committee has released a report with 10 recommendations to help end gender-based violence and sexual assault on university campuses. The report calls on universities to develop sexual violence ...
Indigenous woman's liver assessed after outcry over earlier transplant refusal
A young Inuk woman suffering from acute liver failure is being assessed at an organ transplant centre in Toronto after her family in Labrador launched a campaign to overturn earlier refusals to put her on a transplant ...