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Special climate committee briefed on vehicle-to-grid technoogy for P.E.I.
RCMP asking for public's help regarding theft from vehicles in Miscouche
Kensington takes another step toward bigger boundaries
Health P.E.I. services impacted due to weather Jan. 17
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P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Thursday, Jan. 16
Weather SaltWire Network chief meteorologist Cindy Day A word from SaltWire Network’s chief meteorologist Cindy Day: As a powerful winter storm tracks off the Atlantic Coast of Nova Scotia, the snow and wind will intensify, ...
P.E.I. Public Schools Branch says it takes every measure to ensure student safety
The P.E.I. Public Schools Branch says it is taking every measure to ensure the safety and well-being being of its students. Representatives from the branch told a legislative standing committee Tuesday there have been five investigations into ...
'This is life or death:' P.E.I. woman raising concerns about province’s addiction services
Ellen Taylor says she used to be reckless when she drank. She would black out, sometimes driving drunk, and look back the next day as she wondered how she could let it happen. “It’s scary when I think about it,” she ...
Alberton steps away from hiring bylaw enforcement officer
The Town of Alberton will not be proceeding with plans to hire a bylaw enforcement officer. “Not at this time,” Mayor David Gordon said during the town’s monthly meeting Monday night. His council had agreed last month to ...
Alberton property applications get preliminary approval
Alberton Town Council has given its approval in principle to two property development applications in advance of survey and rezoning work. Donna Thompson, CAO for the West Prince town, explained that the Phillips Residence is changing its ...
VIDEO: P.E.I.'s Mary Ann Nelligan, a dishcloth hero, supports the work of a missionary in Brazil
Mary Ann Nelligan changed things up a bit about four years ago. After nearly 30 years of knitting afghans, mittens and other items for family members, she started knitting dishcloths. Family members were getting those, too, but, with ...
Tyne Valley's Rally for the Valley spreads to Nova Scotia
There’s another Rally for the Valley scheduled for this Saturday in support of Tyne Valley’s bid to become Kraft Hockeyville 2020. Islanders who want to attend, though, have a bit of a drive ahead of them. The rally is in Lower ...
Cause of Tyne Valley Community Sports Centre fire ruled as 'undetermined'
The cause of the fire that ripped through the Tyne Valley Community Sports Centre late last month, destroying the 56-year-old structure, may never be known. The P.E.I. Fire Marshal's Office completed its investigation into the fire on ...
New partnership aims to improve services for veterans and UPEI students
A new partnership between UPEI and Veterans Affairs Canada is being trumpeted as a path to providing improved services for veterans and their families. The memorandum of understanding (MOU), signed Wednesday at the university, facilitates ...
Pulp mill shutdown not what P.E.I. fishermen were seeking
The president of the Prince Edward Island Fishermen’s Association says the industry really wasn’t looking to have Pictou County’s Northern Pulp shut down its pulp mill. Bobby Jenkins says industry wanted the pulp mill to come up ...