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Christopher Cross Requests' success: 'amazing'
Red Wings edge Maniacs in double OT
Western Caps in control of MHL playoff series
Chicken burgers sold in P.E.I. recalled due to potential allergen
Noted P.E.I. ball player making business pitch
Mill River Resort renovations ahead of schedule
The Journal Pioneer
Letter to the Editor: Looking for denials, none seen
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Make a splash on World Water Day
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Another sports accomplishment for an Islander
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The privatization of health care on P.E.I.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Party support for women lagging
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Time is now to discuss the issues
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Club intervention needed for Games
The 55-Plus Games is coming upon Island seniors later this month into the month of March. 55-Plus Games denotes this is a "seniors" venture with players that are seniors, 55-years of age and older. Consternation has been evident of late ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Trudeau denying charter rights
Justin Trudeau could legitimately compel Canadians to indicate support for abortion only if abortion was a “law” or a “right”...it is neither. Provision 287 of the Criminal Code previously restricting abortion in Canada was ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Camp Abby all-inclusive
We are so fortunate in this province to have so many wonderful summer camps. Each one offers different things for our children/ youth to enjoy in the beauty that is our home. As the board of Camp Abegweit, affectionately called, Camp Abby, we’d ...
LETTER: Answers blowing in the wind
Recent news tells us our electricity bills in the City of Summerside, will increase 2.5 per cent this year, keeping in line with Maritime Electric. There is something very wrong with this picture. Years ago when this windmill project was set up, ...
LETTER: Prince Edward Island political scene is changing
It appears to us that a number of factors and events have converged over the past few years that have triggered a sea-change in the Island political scene. A wave is sweeping the Island from tip-to-tip. Money, (lots of it), and integrity (or at ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Comments inflammatory, inaccurate
As a regular contributor to the public discourse in the editorial section of the press, I try to limit myself to issues concerning public health access for people of our Island community. However, in the case of the recent letter of Richard ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Stonewalled in Charlottetown
It was no surprise to me after reading the recent news story referring to comments made by Charlottetown City Councillor Bob Doiron, regarding others refusing to allow him to ask questions at their human resources meetings. Bob will not be ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Education shortfalls not on teachers
I used the recent cold snap to catch up on my reading, especially minutes, reports and releases emanating from the Department of Education and the various advisory bodies operating under the Learning Partners Advisory Council. I found the ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Mislaid blame
I am writing this letter to defend the front desk employee at the Charlottetown Inn & Conference Centre - the management is placing all the blame on this employee when in fact she was probably directed to treat our West Prince people in this ...
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Ignoring the real issue
At a glance one might applaud the provincial government for introducing a grant to increase honeybee populations on the island. See their latest grant proposal “Pollination Expansion Program 2017-18.” This is aimed at increasing the ...