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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St. John’s woman giving kidney to husband for Christmas
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Canada's ambassador meets with second detainee, Michael Spavor, in China
OTTAWA — China has now granted Canada access to both of its recently arrested citizens — a move one former Canadian consular official sees as an encouraging sign. In a statement, Global Affairs Canada said John McCallum, Canada's ...
Trudeau rules out snap election call, national ballot slated for Oct. 21
OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says there will be no early election call. In a roundtable interview with The Canadian Press, Trudeau says he is happy to rule out the prospect of a snap ballot, meaning Canadians can expect to go ...
'Rough waters': Spill raises new questions about fast-growing N.L. oil industry
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Newfoundland and Labrador's ambitious plans to dramatically expand the province's lucrative offshore oil and gas industry got a nasty jolt on Nov. 16. Amid a fierce winter storm, an estimated 250,000 litres of oil spilled into ...
Nova Scotia police investigate fatal crash on Highway 104
BROADWAY, N.S. — Emergency services are on the scene of a deadly crash on a Nova Scotia highway this morning. According to an RCMP press release, officers received a report of a two-vehicle collision on Highway 104 in Pictou County just before 10 ...
Revived Cuban Lunch bars meet with huge demand, wrapper supply snafus
CAMROSE, Alta. — A peanut-and-chocolate candy popular decades ago has been flying off shelves since an Alberta couple revived it earlier this year. The Cuban Lunch bar disappeared in 1991 when the Paulins factory in Winnipeg stopped making it. And ...
CFIA announces recall of some types of cauliflower, lettuce due to E. coli fears
OTTAWA — The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has announced a recall of certain types of cauliflower and lettuce due to possible E. coli contamination. In a post on its website, the agency says the products were produced by California-based Adam Bros. ...
Ottawa's Homan edges Winnipeg's Einarson 4-1 to win second career National title
CONCEPTION BAY SOUTH, N.L. — Rachel Homan has captured her second career National title. The Ottawa skip edged Winnipeg's Kerri Einarson 4-1 in the final Sunday at the fourth stop on the Grand Slam of Curling circuit. Homan, the 2015-16 ...
Speaker Geoff Regan opens the door to his apartment in Parliament
OTTAWA — One of the best-kept secrets inside the main building on Parliament Hill — known as Centre Block — is what's inside room 202N. Major renovations are about to begin on Centre Block, and just before the storied building is shut ...
Quebecers criticize western oil but buy more gasoline, SUVs: report
MONTREAL — Quebec's premier is quick to reject "dirty" oil from Western Canada in favour of hydro power, but new data indicate the province's citizens are buying record amounts of gasoline and increasingly purchasing trucks and bigger ...
Nations at UN climate talks in Poland back universal emissions rules
KATOWICE, Poland — After two weeks of bruising negotiations, officials from almost 200 countries agreed Saturday on universal, transparent rules that will govern efforts to cut emissions and curb global warming. Fierce disagreements on two other ...