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
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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
Nova Scotia government forks out extra $6-million to two universities
HALIFAX — The Nova Scotia government says it is providing more than $6-million in extra operating funding to two universities for the current fiscal year. The Department of Labour and Advanced Education says St. Francis Xavier University in ...
Canada gets to access Kovrig in China, as tourism minister postpones trip
OTTAWA — Canadian diplomats have been granted consular access to one of two Canadians detained in China. A statement from Global Affairs Canada says Canada's ambassador to China, John McCallum, met with former diplomat Michael Kovrig today ...
In the news today, Dec. 14
Four stories in the news for Friday, Dec. 14 ——— SAFETY BOARD TO MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS AFTER CRASH Canada's transportation safety board is scheduled to release recommendations today after a plane crash last year near a remote northern ...
Bitter gymnast made false sex assault allegations, defence argues in Brubaker case
SARNIA, Ont. — A former athlete who trained under one of Canada's top gymnastics coaches accused him of sexual assault because she was bitter about not achieving her Olympic dreams, the man's lawyer argued at his trial Friday as a prosecutor ...
'Both things are true:' Science, Indigenous wisdom seek common ground
The berries tasted different. The blueberries and cranberries didn't look the same either. When elders from Fort McKay near Alberta's oilsands went to their traditional picking areas, things just didn't feel right. They knew something was ...
Transportation Safety Board says lack of de-icing at remote airports poses risk
SASKATOON — The Transportation Safety Board says people using remote, northern airports are at substantial and unnecessary risk because of a lack of proper equipment for de-icing planes. The board reached that conclusion during its ...
Indigenous poet faces backlash for calling out NHL-themed totem poles
Halifax's former poet laureate says she has received unprecedented online backlash for asking a drugstore chain to remove NHL merchandise that appropriates West Coast Indigenous culture. Rebecca Thomas, who is Mi'kmaw, tweeted a photo of ...
Several potential leads not pursued after Oland murder, investigator admits
SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Several potential leads that were not pursued by police investigating Richard Oland's murder have been raised by the defence at Dennis Oland's second-degree murder trial. Defence lawyer Alan Gold cross-examined Const. Stephen ...
System failed Manitoba girl returned to parent without support, checks: advocate
WINNIPEG — Manitoba's advocate for children and youth says a girl who suffered repeated sexual abuse and died of a drug overdose was failed over and over again by the province's child welfare system. The girl — identified only as Angel ...
Mark Norman was doing his job, had not 'gone rogue' on ship deal: lawyers
OTTAWA — Vice-Admiral Mark Norman's lawyers started making their case in earnest for access to thousands of government files Thursday, saying the records will prove the suspended military officer's innocence — and that he had not "gone rogue." The ...