The Journal Pioneer
P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Monday, Oct. 26
Trees planted for edible orchard in Stratford
Summerside proposing to pull its taxi bylaw out of the 1950s
Charlottetown's planning committee agrees to hear reconsideration request on north-end development
Strong turnout for advance voting in Charlottetown-Winsloe byelection
Clinging to hope: Charlottetown's End SARS vigil remembers victims of Nigeria protests
P.E.I. man jailed for breaching court order
A P.E.I. man who breached a recognizance by having contact with a woman in violation of a court order was sentenced recently to 15 days in jail. Jason Robert Morri Raffoul, 44, appeared before Chief Judge Nancy Orr in provincial court in ...
P.E.I. man caught breaking into vehicle jailed
A P.E.I. man who was caught in the act as he tried to pry open a vehicle’s door was sentenced recently to 60 days in jail. Jonathan Joseph Trainor, 25, appeared before Judge Jeff Lantz in provincial court in Charlottetown by video from jail ...
Evading police among crimes landing P.E.I. woman in jail
A P.E.I. woman was sentenced to 60 days in jail for a handful of offences, including evading police. Brittany Olivia Mae Clark was given credit of 33 days for time served, leaving her 27 days left to spend incarcerated. Clark pleaded guilty in ...
Four years after auditor general report, child support arrears collection in P.E.I. more consistent
The director of P.E.I.’s maintenance enforcement program, the public body in charge of enforcing court-ordered child support payments, says all eight recommendations from a 2016 audit of the program have been fully implemented. Speaking ...
Islanders purchased more than 150K burgers during annual campaign
Islanders once again showed their support for local businesses by taking part in the 10th annual P.E.I. Burger Love campaign. The campaign usually takes place during the month of April, but because of the pandemic, an extended version of the ...
P.E.I. gas prices drop in Oct. 23 IRAC decision
The price of gas has dropped under a dollar a litre, decreasing by three cents in the overnight pricing decision by the Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission. At self-serve outlets, prices for regular, unleaded gasoline now range from 97.3 to ...
P.E.I. woman warned about fentanyl use, sentenced for court order breaches
A P.E.I. woman who took drugs laced with fentanyl was sentenced Thursday to 45 days in jail for court order breaches and given a warning about the dangerous life she is living. Chelsey Lee Bernard, 20, appeared before Judge Jeff Lantz in ...
Kin Family now accepting applications for the long-standing Christmas hamper program
The Kin Family in Summerside is continuing a long-standing tradition of helping families in need at Christmas time. The service club, comprised of Kinsmen and Kinettes, recently announced it is now accepting applications for Christmas hampers. ...
P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Thursday, Oct. 22
Weather There is a 20 per cent chance of showers across the province Thursday morning with a mix of sun and cloud expected for the afternoon and a high of 16 C. P.E.I. forecast for Oct. 22-28, 2020. - SaltWire file A word ...
P.E.I. long-term care home owner offered province beds for Unit 9 patients
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — An owner of four nursing homes in Charlottetown said private long-term care operators have offered to provide between 16 and 20 beds for dementia patients currently staying in Unit 9, the psychiatric ward at Queen ...