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Charlottetown committee now welcoming applications for sustainability micro-grants
Four Charlottetown residents face drug-related charges as result of investigation
City of Charlottetown to spend more money on Fitzroy Parkade expansion
Traffic steady on Confederation Bridge, P.E.I.-Nova Scotia ferry as Atlantic travel bubble opens
Charlottetown council passes temporary bylaw to allow for more outdoor patios
P.E.I. marshland to be protected after Royalty Oaks controversy
Dr. Bonnie Henry honoured at mural exhibition in Vancouver
Businesses in Vancouver’s Gastown neighbourhood honoured the provincial health officer on Friday with a sneak peek at a mural exhibition featuring her image. Dr. Bonnie Henry visited the new Murals of Gratitude exhibition, which is organized ...
Charlottetown man faces firearms charges following incident on Kent Street
A 63-year-old Charlottetown man faces firearms-related charges after police responded to a complaint at a business on Kent Street Monday night. At 10:20 p.m. on June 29, Charlottetown police attended the scene where a patron was reportedly causing ...
Charlottetown traffic advisory for Thursday, July 2
Sidewalk work is scheduled to take place in the following areas (for the week of June 29 to July 3): Pownal Street between Kent and Richmond streets Patterson Drive between Southgate Avenue and Glenafton Drive Maple Avenue between Greenleaf ...
Green motion for investigation into missing P.E.I. e-gaming documents passes
An opposition motion calling for the creation of a special committee to investigate the absence of internal government records related to the e-gaming saga narrowly passed on Tuesday night, after Liberal and Green MLAs outvoted the government ...
GUEST OPINION: Not enough people read the signs
In reference to The Guardian’s article (Tweel wants security boosted in Victoria Park, June 11). It is hoped this letter will help to enlighten all why this is needed. In regards to the Victoria Park Waterfront Areas, made up of the ...
No swimming at P.E.I.'s Cabot Beach Provincial Park this summer
Extremely dangerous currents have prompted a swimming ban for the 2020 summer season at Cabot Beach Provincial Park. Matthew Smith, provincial lifeguard co-ordinator, said that over the last number of years, the boat channel from nearby Malpeque ...
Point Prim Lighthouse turning 175 this summer, but party postponed to 2021
The province’s oldest lighthouse is getting some tender, loving care just in time for its 175th anniversary. The Point Prim Lighthouse Society has been giving its namesake lighthouse a touchup ahead of what was supposed to be a big ...
Three Rivers hires Ontario zoning consultants to help unify its communities
THREE RIVERS, P.E.I. — Gary Smith wants the many people living across Three Rivers' rural areas to share their vision for the young municipality. "Because, really since amalgamation, they haven't had that opportunity ...
Two Charlottetown residents face charges after police respond to incident on Bayfield Street
Two Charlottetown residents face charges after police responded to a call of suspicious people in a residence on Bayfield Street in the afternoon of Sunday, June 28. Upon arrival, Charlottetown police located two individuals who were inside the ...
Charlottetown woman charged with mischief after incident on Upper Hillsborough Street
A 33-year-old Charlottetown woman has been charged after police responded to a complaint of people fighting outside a residence on Upper Hillsborough Street at 2 a.m. on Saturday, June 27. Upon arrival, police located a woman with minor injuries ...