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East Coast running groups address challenges during pandemic
Women’s Institute Roadside Cleanup set for May 23 across P.E.I.
MARGARET PROUSE: Out-of-date instant yeast foils first attempt at these sweet treats
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Tiny Island Concert Series continues on May 21 and May 24, features P.E.I. performers
Greenfile: Knowing what to plant when
A little bit of knowledge can be a useful thing. Many Canadian gardeners wait until the long May 2-4 weekend to plant and sow their garden. There is no need. The fact is, you can be out there this weekend frolicking on the lawn and digging ...
P.E.I. stable welcomes new foal
A foal, by Malicious out of Maritime champion mare Malabrigo, enjoys his first hours of life at Tobins Farm in Ellerslie. ...
Tulip campaign on P.E.I. raises over $32,000
The Community Foundation of P.E.I. teamed up with the Rotary Clubs of Hillsborough, Charlottetown Royalty and Summerside to raise in excess of $32,000 on Saturday at the five Sobeys locations. The project was also supported by Sobeys, ...
Atlantic Canada's longest-running dinner theatre will bounce back from coronavirus crisis
For the first time since its 1979 inception, Feast Dinner Theatres has temporarily suspended the 2020 summer season due to coronavirus (COVID-19 strain). David Groom, the owner and producer of Feast Dinner Theatres, made the announcement ...
P.E.I. chef still cooking in national network reality television competition Top Chef Canada
Charlottetown’s Lucy Morrow is showing the country she can take the heat in the kitchen. The young chef with the can’t-stop, won’t-stop attitude is competing on Food Network Canada’s reality show, Top Chef Canada, and has ...
GUEST SERMON: Prayer can change people and help them meet days ahead in comfort of a holy and certain hope
Archdeacon John ClarkeSpecial to The GuardianRegular daily prayer can be challenging, even for the most ardent believer. Sometimes, when someone begins a daily routine of prayer, there is an excitement that makes it easy. However, as the days and ...
TRACEY EVISON: Travis Greene, High Road bring different styles to the same message
This week, I was fortunate to listen to two new-to-me artists, both very different in style. The only thing these albums have in common is the artists’ obvious love for Jesus. Travis Greene is a gospel artist. His latest project, Broken ...
BETH CLINTON: Plenty of reasons to celebrate books – old and new
It is wonderful to see the province starting to open up – safely and carefully. It makes library staff even more eager to see the patrons we miss so much. While we don’t have any details on timelines or what our reopening will ...
Charlottetown launches virtual contest to celebrate Arbor Day
Each year, the City of Charlottetown typically celebrates Arbor Day with hands-on nature activities with hundreds of local elementary students in Victoria Park. This year, because of the coronavirus (COVID-19 strain) situation and virtual at-home ...
MARGARET PROUSE: Slice into Whole Wheat Bread
Margaret Prouse White bread isn’t always the bread of choice. Today’s recipe is for loaves made with 100 per cent whole wheat flour, no white flour added. I had a request for a recipe for whole wheat bread – ...