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Dream job: Iranian farmer growing successful business in P.E.I. red soil
Nova Scotia man who forged criminal record check in P.E.I. jailed
U.S. cruise ship passengers explore Charlottetown
Digital information now available on Marshall prosecution
Charlottetown resident wants more bus frequency; T3 Transit owner says he’s working on it
Most Atlantic Canadians support ban on single-use plastics: poll
Sandwiches recalled due to possible listeria contamination
Les aliments Deli Chef is recalling sandwiches from the marketplace due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. Products affected are ham, turkey, egg salad and chicken salad sandwiches. Recalled products should ...
Beef and veal products recalled due to possible E coli contamination
Several raw beef and veal products have been recalled due to possible E coli contamination. The products, from Ryding-Regency Meat Packers Ltd., have been distributed across Canada. A complete list can be found on the CFIA website ...
Saluting his sister: Charlottetown man makes heartfelt donation to city school in memory of special sibling
Brendon McGinn recalls the wake held late last year for his sister, Shirley Anne McGinn, as being a moving tribute to a person who had a profound impact on many people, most notably students. Brendon, 83, of Charlottetown says at least every ...
Halifax man caught driving drunk in P.E.I. gets jail time
A Halifax man who was in P.E.I. for the Cavendish Beach Music Festival was sentenced recently to five days in jail for drunk driving. Michael Joseph Nowak, 25, appeared before Chief Judge Nancy Orr in provincial court in Charlottetown where he ...
Islanders repaying tight bond with Bahamian woman who studied and worked in P.E.I.
Hurricane Dorian left a devastating mark on the Bahamas, while Bahamanian Gina Raymonville left a compelling one on Islanders. The outcome of the unique convergence is a touching show of support. Raymonville came to P.E.I. from the Bahamas in ...
RCMP seeks vandals who used vehicle to drag portable toilet down Murray River street
Police in Murray River want to track down the culprits who dragged a portable toilet down the town’s Main Street with a vehicle. Kings District RCMP said the act of vandalism happened Sept. 21 at around 10 p.m. A vehicle was observed ...
‘I’m unbelievably lucky’: PEI man recounts harrowing crash
Lee Clarke was hauling a load of veggies to his friend in Grand Tracadie. “Just another delivery day for me.” He was driving a van which he bought just a few months prior. It was made for trucking ice, so it’s insulated back ...
WestJet woes for P.E.I. woman stuck in L.A.
Christa Peters and her 16-year-old daughter Hope were standing at the airline counter in Los Angeles as they watched the door leading to the plane close. “What is going on? You need to tell me now what’s going on,” Peters ...
Battle of the chefs in P.E.I. International Shellfish Festival
When Nick Chindamo is stressed, he cooks. “As soon as I pick up my knife, I’m in my zone, man.” He was in his zone all weekend, which paid off as he took second place Sunday in the Garland Canada International Chef Challenge. ...
Woman in custody after weapons-related arrest at Charlottetown bank
One woman is under arrest after a report of a person with a handgun at the Bank of Montreal ATM area in the Charlottetown Mall on Saturday. The Charlottetown Police Department received a call at 4:50 p.m. about a woman and a man entering the ...