The Journal Pioneer
2019 Operation Christmas Child shoebox collection underway in P.E.I.
UPDATE: Missing Pisquid man, Sterling Coffin, located safe and sound
UPDATE: Four Atlantic Canada MPs included in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's new cabinet
Northumberland Ferries Ltd. cancels crossings for Nov. 20
P.E.I. introduces changes to adoption records
Two P.E.I. residents face charges after break-in
Canada, Senegal step up to save Atlantic's endangered mako shark
Canada is piggybacking off a proposal by Senegal in an attempt to save the endangered shortfin mako shark. Earlier this week, just days ahead of an international fisheries meeting, Canada signed on to a proposal by the West African nation that ...
Discussions ongoing about Tignish firefighters’ memorial
The mayor of Tignish says he was already very appreciative of the work carried out by the Tignish fire department, but Allan McInnis added their response to a fire in October that destroyed Eugene’s General Store, a community landmark, has only ...
Tignish mayor assigns four councillors to new roles
Coun. Judy Morrissey-Richard Tignish Mayor Allan McInnis has shuffled the deck. Four members of Tignish town council were assigned new responsibilities at the conclusion of the town’s November council meeting. Sam Arsenault, a ...
Vital Signs report for 2019 sizes up P.E.I. in key areas
Take a look at yourself, then take a good look around. Do you like what you are seeing – and experiencing – on Prince Edward Island? There appears to be cause for many to answer positively and a good number to respond negatively ...
More air-quality testing needed before Tyne Valley Community Sports Centre reopens
An assistant manager of the Tyne Valley Community Sports Centre is hoping the facility can reopen soon. But Adam MacLennan says the local rink will not reopen until air quality tests confirm it is safe to do so, and that whatever caused the arena ...
‘Thanks just doesn’t cut it': Tignish family grateful for fire department's effort to save their home
It would have been her first fire call as the newest member of the Tignish Fire Department. Instead, Isabel Getson placed the 911 call Monday afternoon, helped get two family members to safety and rescued four cats and a dog from the Sunset Drive ...
P.E.I. premier grilled on basic income guarantee, gaps in social assistance
Premier Dennis King, Health and Wellness Minister James Aylward and Social Development and Housing Minister Ernie Hudson were grilled by members of the Opposition about the supports and service provided by social assistance. Green MLA Hannah ...
Summerside man found guilty of uttering death threat
Ryan Joseph Arthur Wright, 31, of Summerside has pleaded guilty to one count of uttering a death threat. Wright received a suspended sentence and must serve 12 months of probation. The charge is from June 13, in Summerside. ...
Summerside man gets 14 days in jail for impaired driving
Robert Bruce Matthew, 64, of Summerside has pleaded guilty to one count of having a blood alcohol level above the legal limit while operating a motor vehicle. Matthew was sentenced to serve 14 days in jail, which he received permission to do ...
Sherbrooke man pleaded guilty to drunk driving
Kenneth Ernest Waite, 61, of Sherbrooke, has pleaded guilty to one count of having a blood alcohol level above the legal limit. Waite was sentenced to serve three days in jail, is prohibited from driving for 12 months, must pay a $1,000 fine and a ...