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Explosive disposal unit called after suspicious device found in Charlottetown home
Kids' soccer club nets wrecked at P.E.I. field
VIDEO: Children’s safety at school depends on community, Morrison
Power outage planned for Summerside Aug. 21
NAV CANADA to resume nighttime service at five Atlantic Canada locations
Vigil in honour of victims of recent explosion in Beirut to be held Tuesday in Charlottetown, P.E.I.
Heat warning issued across P.E.I. for Aug. 9-12
A heat warning is in effect for P.E.I. today through Wednesday with humidex values reaching 35 C for the next four days, according to Environment Canada. A combination of very warm temperatures and elevated humidity will create very high humidex ...
Gofundme page for P.E.I. family who lost home in a blaze has reached over $20,000
Zoé Arsenault woke up on early Aug. 6 to a popping sound. Somehow, she thought, the hurricane must have morphed and brought hail with it. She rolled over and saw light was coming in her window, but it wasn’t morning. Her phone ...
Ontario man jailed for sex offence in P.E.I.
A Barrie, Ont. man who says he has little memory of an incident in which he sexually abused an underage girl during a visit to P.E.I. was sentenced recently to nine months in jail. Richard Ronald Steele, 67, appeared before Chief Judge Nancy Orr ...
Caution urged as fire weather index reaches extreme in P.E.I.
With the fire weather index at extreme and very high across P.E.I., wildfire fighters are asking Islanders to be extremely cautious. All domestic and industrial burning permits are suspended until conditions improve. Small campfires for ...
Summerside hoping to improve city's public transit
The Summerside economic department is looking to spend over $25,000 to improve the city's public transit. A request for proposal (RFP) to have a study conducted was recommended during Summerside's committee meeting at City Hall on Aug. 4. ...
Male youth seriously injured after being struck by motorcycle in O’Leary
Police say a male pedestrian under the age of 18 was seriously injured when struck by a motorcycle in O’Leary Thursday night. RCMP Cpl. Nick Doyle says the youth was taken to the Prince County Hospital then transferred to hospital in ...
British Columbia judge approves Northern Pulp loan
Nova Scotia taxpayers are out another $15 million unless the province grants Northern Pulp an environmental approval of the mill’s controversial proposed effluent treatment plant. On Thursday, British Columbia Supreme Court Justice Shelley ...
PEISPA, PEIFA disappointed with the opening date of fall lobster season
The P.E.I. Seafood Processors Association (PEISPA) has expressed concern about the start date to the fall lobster season in Lobster Fishing Area (LFA) 25. The opening day is Monday, Aug. 10. A media release issued from the PEISPA ...
P.E.I. weather, travel updates for Friday, Aug. 7
Weather It will be a sunny day across the province Friday with a high of 27 C. P.E.I. forecast for Aug. 7-13, 2020 - SaltWire Network file photo Click here for weather updates throughout the day from the SaltWire Network ...
P.E.I. Green nomination review highlights flaws in process
Controversial process for nominating a new Green candidate for Charlottetown-Hillsborough following the death of candidate Josh Underhay in 2019 ...