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To 'kill some winter boredom' UPEI student union launches video game co-op service
The UPEI student union has come up with a new service to help students beat winter boredom and stay safe during COVID-19 – a video game co-op that gives them free access to video game consoles and games. Jose Gonzalez, vice-president of ...
HIGH SCHOOL REPORTS: Exams mark the end of first semester
Kinkora Regional High School Final exams begin today and continue until Friday. Feb. 1 is the turn-around day with no classes, and Feb. 2 is the first day of the second semester. Looking ahead, a parent council meeting will be held Feb. 3 at 6 ...
Works of prominent artist of the 1960s-70s on display at Charlottetown art gallery
The Confederation Centre Art Gallery is featuring a new exhibit by one of the most prominent Canadian artists of the 1960s and '70s. P.E.I.-based artist Gerard Clarkes, 87, has been given a large section of the gallery to showcase his dramatic ...
GREEN FILE: Hope is Growing is the new theme for Communities in Bloom
Hope is growing in 2021. What a refreshing theme after a difficult year last year. Canadians are ready to start looking up and so are gardeners. That is why Communities in Bloom has embraced Hope is Growing as the banner for its 2021 ...
Works centred on famed Tom Thomson painting examine representations of landscape, resource development
A new touring exhibition from the Art Gallery of Guelph, entitled The Drive, opens this weekend at the Confederation Centre Art Gallery (CCAG) in Charlottetown. Anchored by Art Gallery of Guelph’s major Tom Thomson canvas of the same ...
Martha Spirituality Centre offers video series by Zoom
Martha Spirituality Centre is offering a four-part video series entitled The Benevolent Universe with presenters Richard Rohr, Ilia Delio and Rob Bell. They will explore the foundations of the Christian faith. Through Scripture, science ...
BETH CLINTON: Library has thousands of items for people to borrow and enjoy
As I look out the window of the library at the lovely flakes drifting down, I’m thinking of how nice it would be to take a walk in the woods. And this makes me remember to remind readers that the library loans snowshoes to help people enjoy ...
P.E.I. Writers Guild hosting Comedic Storytelling, a three-part workshop, in February
The P.E.I. Writers’ Guild’s upcoming workshop is a great way to combat the winter blues by diving into comedy. Whether a beginner at standup comedy, someone prepping for a fringe show or a person who just wants to tell better ...
MARGARET PROUSE: Time to flex some P.E.I. mussels
P.E.I. mussels are famous. I had temporarily forgotten about this easy-to-prepare, inexpensive local shellfish until I noticed my mussel bowls in the china cabinet last week. (It is a two-bowl set, one to hold the cooked mussels, the other to ...
P.E.I. musician Todd MacLean hosts Rainforest Lounge
A well-known P.E.I. musician, author and music teacher has started up a new weekly Friday evening online fundraiser talk show, featuring a chat with a different Island artist each week. “With all the reduced activity and COVID restrictions, ...