Christopher Cross Requests' success: 'amazing'
Children with economic and social needs at greatest risk: report
MARINE FORECAST for March 20, 2018
RCMP searching for man who crashed stolen truck in Rosebank
Yard sailing through Revenue Canada waters
Seniors face obstacles on P.E.I.
WEATHER: Monday, March 19 – Special statement on possible storm
Wildcats defeat Storm to take 2-1 bantam female series lead
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Fourth-quarter explosion propels Storm to eighth-straight win
Canadian Paralympic team picked up Olympic baton, capturing record 28 medals
Arendz to be Canada’s flag bearer
NCAA HISTORY: No. 16 UMBC stuns No. 1 Virginia 74-54
Another medal for P.E.I.'s Mark Arendz
Storm surge continues in Ontario as Island squad wins seventh in row
Arendz ready for Paralympic opening ceremonies
PYEONGCHANG, SOUTH KOREA – Mark Arendz has been preparing for the next 10 days for the last four years. The 28-year-old Harstville native will compete in six cross-country skiing and biathlon races at the Paralympic Games in ...
Winter storm cancels Storm game in Saint John, N.B.
SAINT JOHN, N.B. – Tonight's Island Storm game in Saint John, N.B., has been postponed due to a winter storm. The game will be played March 27. ...
Rigby recognized by U Sports for leading on, off the court
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – Charlottetown’s Kiera Rigby won a national award. The UPEI Panthers forward earned the Sylvia Sweeney award, which recognizes student-athlete community service, as U Sports handed out its year-end ...
Comeback kids from Summerside win PEISAA gold
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – Three Oaks finally got its first lead with two minutes left in the third quarter and the Axemen ran with it to a 72-63 victory over the Charlottetown Rural Raiders in the Prince Edward Island School Athletic ...
Charlottetown Rural dominant en route to girls title
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – This one was over early as the Charlottetown Rural Raiders rode an 18-0 run to an 82-35 win over the Colonel Gray Colonels and earned its third straight Prince Edward Island School Athletic Association ...
Canadian cadets on P.E.I. to compete in national biathlon championship
SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. – Royal Canadian sea, army and air cadets have occupied Slemon Park. About 130 youths, aged 12-18, from all across Canada have arrived in Summerside to compete in the final stage of the 2018 National Cadet Biathlon ...
MacInnis, Whyley earn Hurricanes weekly awards
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – Basketball players Lexi MacInnis and Roosevelt (Chicken) Whyley are this week’s Holland College Hurricanes athletes of the wee. MacInnis, a first-year guard from Stratford, was named the Atlantic Collegiate ...
Forward Carl Hall is reporting to Island Storm this week
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – The Island Storm is getting its big man. Carl Hall is reporting to the team after being acquired in a trade with the Niagara River Lions in the final minutes of the National Basketball League of Canada trade ...
Hurricanes capture sixth straight ACAA crown
BIBLE HILL, N.S. - It’s six conference titles and counting for the Holland College Hurricanes. The ‘Canes defeated the Crandall Chargers 100-64 Sunday in the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association men’s basketball final in ...
UPDATE: Hurricanes capture sixth straight ACAA crown
BIBLE HILL, N.S. – The Holland College Hurricanes grip ahold of the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association (ACAA) men’s basketball banner is firm. They won their sixth straight conference title Sunday in Bible Hill, N.S., with a ...