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Trooper Timothy Yorke of Kensington excited about upcoming first deployment with Canadian Armed Forces
Trooper Timothy Yorke says he is not nervous but excited to experience his first deployment with the Canadian Armed Forces. The Kensington native will soon travel to Latvia for an expected six months. “It feels great to represent ...
P.E.I. Humane Society investigating after dead kittens found on roadside
The P.E.I. Humane Society is investigating the discovery of two dead kittens by the side of a road in West Prince. Dawn Callaghan and her 15-year-old daughter found a box and the kittens in Brockton, near the Waste Watch drop-off facility on Dock ...
P.E.I. snowmobiler transported to hospital following collision
A P.E.I. resident was transported to hospital following a snowmobile collision late Monday night. Kensington police responded to the collision that took place on Linwood Drive where a male driver lost control of the snowmobile he was ...
P.E.I.'s chief public health officer says rules will be strict for Charlottetown major junior team
Charlottetown’s major junior hockey team will have to follow strict COVID-19 rules when it resumes play this weekend or face the penalty box. During her weekly briefing on Tuesday, Dr. Heather Morrison, P.E.I. chief public health officer, ...
Summerside woman charged for failing to self-isolate
A 24-year-old Summerside woman has been charged under the Public Health Act for failing to self-isolate as required after returning from travel outside of P.E.I. The woman returned to the Island on Jan. 24 and advised screening personnel that she ...
Summerside man faces several charges following domestic incident
A 46-year-old Summerside man is facing several charges after a domestic dispute in Summerside on Monday. Just before 6 p.m. on Jan. 25, the victim called 911 reporting that she had been assaulted by her ex-common law partner. Police attended ...
P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Tuesday, Jan. 26
Weather There is a 60 per cent chance of snow showers across the province Tuesday morning with a north to northeast wind gusting to 40 km/h and a high of 1 C. P.E.I. forecast for Jan. 26 to Feb. 1, 2021. - SaltWire file A word ...
Solar panels proposed for Summerside’s heritage Armoury building
There are plans afoot to incorporate solar panels into the renovations of one of the oldest buildings in Summerside. Renovations to the city’s 1912 Armoury have been underway for several months, but the solar panel aspect of the project only ...
Bloyce Thompson criticized IRAC about Brendel report even after it was delivered to his department
Agriculture Minister Bloyce Thompson received a report of the findings of an investigation of the controversial Brendel land sale on Sept. 1, six weeks before he released a statement expressing “disappointment” over the slow pace of the ...
Clearwater Seafoods deal goes through
Seven Atlantic Canadian First Nations have become even bigger players in the fishing industry. The half-billion dollar sale of Clearwater at $8.25 per share to Premium Brands Holding Corporation and FNC Limited Partnership (representing Membertou, ...