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Program to prepare P.E.I. youth for work in the climate change era
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Talking objects around Summerside, P.E.I., tell the city's tales
It was an early wake-up call at 6 a.m. when a text message brought the objects to life. "Hello Journal Pioneer #8," read the first text, sent from a curious passerby to the sign on the lamppost outside the ...
The Cork & Barrel Homebrew Shop opens in Bloomfield, P.E.I.
Wine kits account for majority of sales ...
P.E.I. Jeunes Millionnaires 2019 program attracts record number and sales
Last year the participants in the Jeunes millionaires, the French version of the Young Millionaires Program, achieved record sales of $15,000 and record profits of $8,000. And that was with just 17 participants, said Stéphane Blanchard, ...
Francophone tourism project adds four P.E.I. attractions
A national francophone tourism corridor has added four sites on P.E.I. to its roster. The P.E.I. component of Canada's Francophone Heritage, Cultural and Tourism Corridor added four attractions in late spring and four more are waiting to be ...
6 Zero, East Coast Lifestyle collaborate on another watch
P.E.I.’s Sean Fitzpatrick has come a long way since launching his watch and accessories business 6 Zero in January 2018. On July 4, Fitzpatrick and East Coast Lifestyles began selling their second collaborative project – the Boat Flag ...
ACOA loan to aid Quorum with data hub project
Quorum Information Technologies Inc. announced Tuesday in St. John’s that the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) will provide a $1.5 million interest-free repayable loan to assist the company with its Lead Generation Data Hub ...
P.E.I. construction industry addressing growing shortage of skilled workers
The release of a career promotional video and new industry-led training programs are strategies the construction industry has embraced in response to growing labour shortages, said the general manager of the Construction Association of Prince Edward ...
Eastern P.E.I. now home to Double Hill Cidery
Inspired by the wild fruit found throughout the Island landscape, some friends have developed a wild-caught apple cider. The Caledonia-based Double Hill Cidery has launched their first product – The Nomad cider –now available in Island ...
Fertility statues now on display at Ripley’s Believe It or Not in Cavendish
Ripley’s fertility statues are on a world tour and the stop includes Ripley’s Believe It or Not! In Cavendish. The statues will be on display for the rest of the month. The statues were carved by the Baule tribe from the Ivory Coast ...
Bogside Brewing latest business to enter into the growing P.E.I. craft beer scene
As craft breweries continue to pop up across P.E.I., will the newer ones be able to compete? David McGuire, owner of Bogside Brewing, says it all depends on Islanders. The Montague brewery’s official grand opening was June 29. Bogside is ...