Big week for Judo P.E.I. athletes
Former Islanders d-man David Henley suspended by QMJHL for hit
Ring in the season with “Home for the Holidays” at the Harbourfront
Concerns raised from both sides about minimum wage increase in P.E.I.
Kensington infrastructure project cancelled
Quebec felt heavy public pressure to table strict marijuana law: stakeholders
New P.E.I. walking group wants more volunteers
Credit Union Place solar panels and storage battery now online in Summerside
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Storm makes move inside as team is set for opening night
Baxendale, MacKinnon receive weekly UPEI awards
McQuaid, Connell, Binns post fast times in Quebec
Hurricanes win all three ACAA volleyball contests during the weekend
Stammberger named Dalhousie male athlete of the week
Forever Paradise, Campbell close out Summerside season
Island Storm cuts five players
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – The Island Storm has reduced its training camp roster. The Storm cut ties with Julius Barton, Jackson Trapp, A.J. Fripp, Zack Valliere and Aric Dickerson following Thursday’s scrimmage. It leaves 13 guys ...
Storm excited to land Franky Nitty
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – The Island Storm has signed two-time Drew League MVP Franklin Session. The six-foot-two shooting guard, who commonly goes by Franky Nitty, arrived on the Island Wednesday night from Los Angeles and will join the ...
Canadian Ringette Championships coming to P.E.I.
Charlottetown and Summerside will host the Canadian Ringette Championships in 2019. It will be the second time Prince Edward Island has hosted the event with the championships taking place in 2009 in Charlottetown. “We were impressed by ...
Familiar faces in new places as Island Storm opens training camp
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – It’s a new Island Storm that’s headed into a new National Basketball League (NBL) of Canada season. This year’s Storm is minus longtime had coach Joe Salerno, gone to the Moncton Magic as ...
Allstar Seelster dominates Summerside Raceway feature
Allstar Seelster was upset bound in the Sunday afternoon featured pace at Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway. The Ed Harvey-owned and trained pacer was sent to front at 6-1 odds in the $2,100 top event by driver Norris Rogers, as he laid down ...
Tigers, Cougars claim PEISAA intermediate volleyball titles
The Stonepark Tigers defeated the Queen Charlotte Coyotes in an epic five-set battle of skill to capture the Prince Edward Island School Athletic Association intermediate AA girls’ volleyball gold medals. The Tigers jumped out to an early ...
Fripp brings versatility to Storm
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – The youth movement continues for the Island Storm as it has brought versatile forward Arnold (A.J.) Fripp into the fold for training camp. At 24, he may be young, but he brings a world of knowledge having played ...
Island players bring home medals
Island badminton players had a very successful weekend at the 2017 Scott Open. ...
Welcome to the Edge: St. John’s NBL franchise reveals name and logo
The new National Basketball League of Canada franchise coming to St. John’s will be known as the Edge. The team announced its name and revealed its logo in a ceremony at MacDonald Drive Junior High this morning in the province’s ...
Campbell has big day as champions crowned at Atlantic Breeders Crown finals
Campbell won five races Sunday to become the richest driver in Atlantic Canadian racing history as the Atlantic Sires Stakes season culminated with the Atlantic Breeders Crown finals at Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Campbell now ...