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P.E.I. residents share tips for healthy eating on a budget
Everyone has a food budget, even if it sometimes seems too small. Dietician Margaret Young says Islanders it is possible to eat well and follow Canada’s new food guide while on a tight budget. Her top tip: make a list before you shop so ...
11-year-old Summerside business owner planning for something new in the future
Deacon Maddix might be only 11 years old but he has already made some memories that will last a lifetime. One of those moments came while the young Summerside entrepreneur was at a trade show, Choose Summerside, last year, when one of the other ...
Dream come true for Summerside woman
Jillian Brown always knew she wanted to see the world. Her parents, though, had concerns. Their daughter had never been away from home. Those worries peaked when the 19-year-old decided to go to Thailand. “One day, my husband turned on ...
St. Mary’s Anglican Church hosts annual hymn-sing fundraiser for new roof
A Summerside congregation is looking to raise the roof with their voices – literally. St. Mary’s Anglican Church is sending the proceeds from its annual Memorial Hymn Sing to a fund set up for a new roof and locally crafted crosses ...
Hitting the high notes: Summerside church hosts annual hymn-sing fundraiser for new roof
A Summerside congregation is looking to raise the roof with its voices – literally. St. Mary’s Anglican Church is sending the proceeds from its annual Memorial Hymn Sing to a fund set up for a new roof and locally crafted crosses they ...
City of Summerside planning to invest $100,000 in LeFurgey park
With the continued growth of LeFurgey subdivision in mind, city officials are planning to invest $100,000 in the neighbourhood’s park in order to add new equipment. “The park that’s currently there is not sufficient for the age ...