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Run for Wishes across P.E.I. starts Tuesday, Aug. 20
Kensington, P.E.I., to receive federal funding for wastewater infrastructure
Cornwall council approves construction of 30-unit apartment complex
16 eastern P.E.I. communities get funding for recreation, wastewater projects
Risk of rip currents Aug. 24 in P.E.I. National Park
Reelin' them in: P.E.I. recreational bass fishery has quickly grown in popularity
Police searching for green Harley Softail stolen from P.E.I. residence
The Queens district RCMP are asking for the public's help to locate an army-green 2017 Harley-Davidson motorcycle. The bike was stolen from the garage behind a residence on Route 220 in Pleasant Grove, P.E.I. Police believe the theft ...
No plan yet from P.E.I. government on East Royalty traffic issues
Two weeks into last April’s election, the Progressive Conservatives issued a press release with a promise for East Royalty residents. Within 100 days of taking office, the release said, a Dennis King-led government would complete a ...
P.E.I. gas prices go up half a cent
Islanders who didn’t fuel up yesterday didn’t have much of a shock at the pumps this morning. The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission increased price of gas by 0.5 cents per litre (cpl) in its regular weekly adjustment ...
Bereaved P.E.I. family memorialize son lost to cancer
It was the biggest blow imaginable when Jeannette Arsenault lost her son to blood cancer in 2011. Her son, Craig Arsenault, was just starting out his life – married, with a young daughter, and a good job. “It doesn’t seem to ...
P.E.I. man pleads guilty to stealing TVs, fencing rings in Summerside
SUMMERSIDE – The man who stole two televisions from a Central Street church during Sunday service and who was arrested after an elderly Summerside couple was robbed in their home in July is going to jail. Gerald Adamson Shields, 23, of no ...
École Évangéline will be replaced, says P.E.I. government
If all goes as expected, Nick Arsenault’s children will spend their high school years learning in their native language in a new, modern Évangéline school. Arsenault has a 10-month-old, a child in pre-kindergarten and ...
Charlottetown police searching for stolen Volkswagen Jetta
Charlottetown police are on the hunt for a stolen vehicle. The car – a white four-door 2009 Volkswagen Jetta with the P.E.I. licence plate A031y – was taken from a property at 253 Brackley Point Rd. The theft occurred sometime ...
Liberals still preferred by P.E.I. voters, despite SNC-Lavalin scandal
A new poll by MQO Research shows Justin Trudeau’s Federal Liberals are still the preferred choice of Island voters, weeks before an expected election call. The poll, conducted with 400 P.E.I. residents, found the Liberal Party was the top ...
Health P.E.I. finds psychiatrists to do court-ordered mental health assessments
P.E.I.’s problems getting court-ordered mental health assessments completed may be at an end after the province has found two psychiatrists to do them. In a statement, Health P.E.I. said Dr. Terrence Cronin will be doing on-site ...
Western Hospital awaiting increase in staffing numbers at the P.E.I. hospital
The administrator of Community Hospitals West is hopeful Western Hospital’s Emergency Department and Collaborative Emergency Centre (CEC) can make it through the rest of the summer without further closures. “We certainly want to ...