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Application to rezone Summerside property near boardwalk heads to council
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Police seize drugs, weapons during targeted traffic stop in Summerside
A 28-year-old P.E.I. man faces drug trafficking and impaired driving charges after being stopped by police on Friday. The Prince District Joint Force Operations (JFO) Unit - comprised of RCMP, Summerside and Kensington police officers - conducted ...
Opposition scrutinizes $4.7 million fund, used by the Irving-owned Cavendish Farms
Green Opposition MLAs have scrutinized a $4.7-million COVID-19 agricultural relief fund, which has been used by Cavendish Farms to offset transportation and storage costs for potatoes. The fund was announced on April 23 by Agriculture Minister ...
P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Monday, June 1
Weather It will be partly cloudy across the province Monday with a high of 12 C and a low of 6 C. P.E.I. forecast for June 1-7, 2020 - SaltWire Network Click here for weather updates throughout the day from the SaltWire ...
Families say plans not clear for COVID-19 units in P.E.I. manors
Some Islanders are upset after they were told their loved ones in long-term care may be moved to accommodate a COVID-19 unit. Families of residents at the Prince Edward Home in Charlottetown and Summerset Manor in Summerside were informed in early ...
Charlottetown’s public works department goes shopping
It's the time of year when people have put away the snowblower and are dusting off the lawnmower and putting the patio furniture out. It's also the time of year when Charlottetown’s public works department purchases things like new ...
Town of Stratford gives Charlottetown councillors tour of new fire hall
Members of Charlottetown city council continue their fact-finding mission towards building a satellite fire station in the city’s north end. Mayor Philip Brown and councillors, who sit on the strategic priorities and intergovernmental ...
Crosswalk painting impacts University Avenue traffic in Charlottetown
One of the main arteries into Charlottetown will be impacted Monday morning by line and crosswalk painting. The city said the work will take place on University Avenue, at Brown’s Court intersection in front of UPEI, between 5 and 10 a.m. ...
Justice for Regis rally draws hundreds in Halifax
The social unrest spurred by police mistreatment of black citizens spilled across the American border into Canada on the weekend. Some 700 people turned out for a Justice for Regis rally at Victoria Park in Halifax on Saturday and marched through ...
Planned grad parties in western P.E.I. didn't occur: RCMP
No large gatherings occured Saturday night in western P.E.I., despite Prince District RCMP receiving multiple reports of grad parties with more than 200 people attending being planned. No one from the RCMP was able to comment on the matter on ...
Tweel wants City of Charlottetown to honour coach
Coun. Mitchell Tweel wants the City of Charlottetown to pay tribute to the top junior A hockey coach in Canada. Billy McGuigan, head coach of the Summerside D. Alex MacDonald Ford Western Capitals, was recently named top bench boss by the Canadian ...