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P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Friday, May 22
Weather It will be partly cloudy across the Island on Friday with a high of 16 C. P.E.I. forecast for May 22-28, 2020 - SaltWire Network RELATED: CINDY DAY: Wardrobe change for the weekend Lobster ...
Gas prices hike 5.2 cents in P.E.I. in May 22 adjustment
Gas and diesel prices in P.E.I. have risen 5.2 cents per litre in the May 22 petroleum pricing adjustment. At self-serve outlets, regular, unleaded gasoline now ranges from 90.7 to 91.9 cpl, and diesel will range from 90.2 to 91.3 cpl. The ...
P.E.I. RCMP says no evidence of stowaways coming across Confederation Bridge after investigating complaint
After investigating a complaint about stowaways coming to P.E.I., the RCMP has confirmed it didn’t happen. East Prince RCMP Cpl. Nick Doyle said the police did receive a complaint several weeks ago about people being smuggled across the ...
Post-secondary students in P.E.I. invited to work with government, businesses to address challenges
The new provincial Case Team Program is an opportunity for post-secondary students to work with government, businesses and non-profit organizations to help address challenges they are currently facing. The provincial government will be hiring 25 ...
Rock the Boat MusicFest 2020 cancelled due to pandemic
Tyne Valley’s annual music festival joins the list of events that have been cancelled this year due to the coronavirus (COVID-19 strain) pandemic. “It is with heavy hearts that we've made the difficult decision to cancel and ...
P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Thursday, May 21
Weather A mix of sun and clouds across the province Thursday with a high of 20 C. P.E.I. forecast for May 21-27, 2020 - SaltWire Network Cindy Day A word from SaltWire Network chief meteorologist Cindy ...
P.E.I. Liberals plan to leave collaboration to Green party and governing Conservatives
The Liberal MLAs are set to shift from collaborative players to critical ones. Sonny Gallant, leader of the Third Party, says the Liberal caucus is “withdrawing from direct participation in decision-making and input’’ with the ...
P.E.I. e-gaming lawsuit ‘noise’ to be separated from truth: government counsel
Counsel for defendants named in a $150-million lawsuit, related to the P.E.I. government’s failed e-gaming initiative, variously described the lawsuit as “outrageous,” as “noise,” and as having “no merit” ...
Feds officially recommend wearing face masks in public places
Canada’s public health officials are now officially recommending the use of non-medical masks in public places. Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada’s chief public health officer, announced Wednesday at her daily news briefing that a ...
Charlottetown chef advances into final five in Food Network Canada competition
Charlottetown’s Lucy Morrow survived another week of elimination as one of the competitors in Food Network Canada’s reality television show, Top Chef Canada. In Monday’s episode, the six chefs competing came face-to-face with ...