With demise of P.E.I.’s largest tree, Islanders wonder at next to hold ...
Summerside family rescues cornerstone from landfill
Trial for man charged in O'Leary hammer attack enters second day
PEI 2018 Christmas lights map
Man gets extra 55 days in jail after assaulting Summerside police ...
Getaway driver sentenced in Summerside provincial court
Summerside band Soul Filter to release debut album
Chinese ambassador cancels P.E.I. visit
Quick discovery, response saves building in Brae from tractor fire
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Dennis Oland murder trial focuses on his father's missing iPhone
Four journalists and a newspaper are Time's Person of the Year
Car going 130 km/h at time of St. John's crash
St. John’s woman giving kidney to husband for Christmas
First ministers' meeting likely to be most fractious, least productive for PM
Energy assessment law needed to avoid another Trans Mountain impasse, PM says
OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he is overhauling how Canada assesses big energy projects in a bid to ensure new projects can get built without the government having to buy them to make that happen. The Liberal's Impact Assessment ...
More delays for underground cavern gas storage plan north of Halifax
HALIFAX — A controversial plan to store natural gas in huge underground caverns north of Halifax is facing more delays. Alton Natural Gas, which had planned to start the process of creating the caverns before the end of the year, ...
Women more likely than men to experience workplace harassment: StatsCan study
OTTAWA — A new study suggests women are more likely than men to experience workplace harassment, and that it's more common in health-related fields. The Statistics Canada report, "Harassment in Canadian workplaces," is based on 2016 data from the ...
Stricter drunk driving laws to take effect across Canada tomorrow
Stricter drunk driving legislation takes effect across Canada tomorrow, giving police officers the right to demand a breath sample from any driver they lawfully stop. The previous legislation requires reasonable suspicion a person has been ...
Crown says no evidence of political interference in Mark Norman case
OTTAWA — Crown prosecutors are pushing back against suggestions of political interference in Vice-Admiral Mark Norman's criminal case, saying there is no evidence to support such allegations. The suspended military officer's lawyers have alleged the ...
Agency proposes passenger compensation for delays, cancellations, damaged bags
OTTAWA — Air passengers who are bumped from overbooked flights or forced to sit through long delays could receive up to $2,400 in compensation — cash or something more than a pile of coffee coupons — under proposed regulations for the ...
Ex-manager sentenced to 39 months prison in hospital corruption fraud
MONTREAL — A former hospital manager who pocketed a $10-million bribe in return for helping SNC-Lavalin win a Montreal hospital-building contract has been sentenced to 39 months in prison. Quebec court Judge Claude Leblond sentenced Yanai Elbaz today ...
Green light for class action over 'mesmerizing' video lottery terminals
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — An intriguing court case that alleges Crown-owned video lottery terminals are inherently deceptive and violate the Criminal Code has reached a critical milestone in Newfoundland and ...
In the news today, Dec. 17
Four stories in the news for Monday, Dec. 17 ——— CANADA GETS ACCESS TO SECOND CHINA DETAINEE China has now granted Canada access to both of its recently arrested citizens. Global Affairs says John McCallum, Canada's ...
Cost of ebooks, audiobooks 'not a sustainable model,' library council says
EDMONTON — If your holiday plans include downloading an audiobook of Margaret Atwood's "A Handmaid's Tale" from a public library collection, or unwinding with an electronic copy of Justin Trudeau's "Common Ground," you could be out of ...