A few questions with Halifax artist Élana Camille Saimovici
Why can’t it be you? The driving force behind success
SUCCESS = career + money ... or does it?
Should I stay or should I go? A look at graduate retention
A conversation with Canadian Armed Forces veteran and health ...
Generational value gaps shifting as individualist thinking warps view ...
Success: Two women. Two lives. One take.
Five questions, 10 answers: let's make prejudice, inequality history
Money. Happiness. Family. How do we define success?
The Journal Pioneer
Prince County Community Happenings: July 17
Passport to P.E.I. heritage available
Reading Recovery celebrates 20 years on P.E.I.
GUEST SERMON: 'How would Jesus Score?'
91-year-old shares childhood memories of living in Bug Lighthouse at entrance to Yarmouth Harbour
Get ready for sparks, chemistry, and rousing musical numbers with Feast Dinner Theatre
Feast Dinner Theatre releases two new infectiously entertaining summer productions. ...
Young P.E.I. residents take the stage as Kensington hosts 27th annual step dance festival
At the back of the church hall, Charlie MacLaren waits her turn to dance. Her mother, Melissa-Dawn MacLaren, stands next to her. The old wooden floor is familiar territory for them both as the 17-year-old has been competing at the annual ...
Tip-A-Vista launches collective 24,000-kilometre walk in Bonavista
Even for a community, walking 24,000 kilometres in just a few months seems like a daunting task. Not for Bonavista, however, as residents are already well on their way to accomplishing the goal set by Tip-A-Vista Wellness Foundation. Eliza ...
New monument commemorates buildings by first settlers in Brackley
The location of the post office boxes on the Brackley Point road is much more than just a spot to get mail. It is where the first settlers of the Brackley area built a school and church for the community. Although the buildings were later torn ...
P.E.I. woman recognized for campaign against second hand smoke
A Charlottetown woman’s outspoken campaign to protect the rights of tenants from second-hand smoke has been recognized by the Council for a Smoke-Free P.E.I. Council president Shirley Jay presented a plaque to Tamara MacDonald during the ...
Community of Uigg rallies around a friend and neighbour
The community of Uigg is rallying around a friend and neighbour, Helen Dawson, who is undergoing treatment for cancer. Dawson has always been very active in the community. She has coached ringette and softball, been WI president, overall leader of ...
Joyriders to celebrate four decades of therapeutic horseback riding in P.E.I.
The Joyriders Therapeutic Riding Association is inviting the public out to Hunter River to help share in the group’s 40th anniversary. The River Trails Ranch in Hunter River, owned by John and chief instructor Kathryn Barrett, will hold the ...
HIGH SCHOOL REPORTS: Classes wrap up for the summer
Charlottetown Rural High School Charlottetown Rural High School’s convocation ceremony will begin today at 3 p.m. at the UPEI Sports Centre. Charlottetown Rural will be hosting a Safe Grad event for graduates from 6 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. ...
MARK AND BEN CULLEN: Flower and herb trivia
Dorothy Dobbie is a Canadian classic. An entrepreneur, Dobbie started Pegasus Publications in Winnipeg in 1996, a member of parliament in the late 80’s and early 90’s and a passionate gardener. Together with Shauna Dobbie, her daughter, ...
Tick information session for outdoor enthusiasts in Charlottetown June 26
Island residents who want to learn more about ticks are invited to attend an upcoming information session. Dr. Greg German, infectious disease physician with Health P.E.I., will be one of the featured guests at a free educational event to help ...