‘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
Axemen qualify for Christmas Classic final
Caps drop one-goal decision to MHL-leading Blizzard
Meisenheimer leads Islanders rout of Cape Breton
Impaired driver who dove into Charlottetown harbour to escape police gets jail, ...
P.E.I. Energy Corporation being made into a public utility
Tyne Valley joins West Prince Senior Hockey League
Cape Breton Post
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Political raises unwarranted, undeserved
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The future of home care on P.E.I.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Bell ought to review party’s core principles
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Most seniors excluded from benefits; intention was never to assist care providers immediately
LETTER: Islanders need to be heard
LETTER: Municipal secrecy bad for all
LETTER: Calling of an engineer ceremony held for first time on P.E.I.
The first engineering graduates in the class of 2017 are the first engineers to take the Obligation in P.E.I. Eight recent graduates and 10 eligible senior engineers participated. The Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer is the ceremony where Iron ...
LETTER: Leave residents in P.E.I.'s Atlantic Baptist Nursing Home
This is not just about 41 “beds” closing. It is about people: 41 senior Islanders are being needlessly and ruthlessly uprooted. After the difficulty of going to a nursing home in the first place now they are being shunted around once again. I am ...
LETTER: Three stars belong to O’Leary for fantastic Hockeyville event
This past week, after many months and the hard work of many people, Prince Edward Island celebrated the game of Hockey. We were treated to a fantastic event, as O’Leary was officially crowned the winner of Kraft Hockeyville 2017. This was a very long ...
LETTER: Is back to basics just back to usual patronage for P.E.I.?
An amazing 37 per cent voted yes. MacLauchlan won a majority government with 39 per cent. Some 60 per cent of Islanders voted other than Liberal yet we still have the Liberals in power and First Past The Post in place. Now, how about the two hopefuls ...
LETTER: Where does the money come from?
The province robbed Peter to pay Paul $400,000 for mental health nurses in Island schools by taking money from funding designated by the federal government for mental health. A survey shows the number of Islanders without a doctor has increased by 11 ...
LETTER: Bring more women to politics
Further, three new councillors elected in that city are women under the age of 36. One of which will be the deputy mayor. They did in fact beat out some senior councillors. This is great news for municipal politics. This shows women have, and should ...
LETTER: Carbon tax grab
If I understand correctly what our provincial government has already stated, then farmers and fishers will be exempt. Duh. I’m wondering what is required to claim to be a farmer or a fisher. I don’t fish but do have chickens, only four but its kinda ...
LETTER: Electric revenues need to stay put
I want the city to change what it does with the revenues from Summerside Electric. I want the city to invest in the electric company first, before revenues are placed into general revenues. I was not happy with the city, which robbed Peter to pay ...
LETTER: Audit needed
This audit has recommendations with a price tag of $4.3 million dollars. I have asked for disclosure on many issues recently, concerning our high end spending projects, including justification of the scathing raises for the mayor and council. If I am ...
Taxes and the politics of division
We believe that the proposals punish small business and discourage entrepreneurship. The policy debate over the ministers’ proposals have been well covered in this paper and in others and I am not revisiting the details here. There is an active ...