Challenges and successes for new Canadians
Focus on opening doors drives immigration aid groups
Immigration Program "a model that could be extended to … the country"
'If this region is going to survive and prosper, immigration is ...
McNEISH: 'We are now a global community'
Younger doctors exhausted by new practice demands
Fighting to find a family doctor: ‘The whole process is undignified.’
What we learned, what you said about doctor shortage in Atlantic Canada
Challenges, solutions to Atlantic Canada's doctor shortage
Family doctor shortage a threat to health care
The Journal Pioneer
LETTER: What is happening at IRAC?
LETTER: More fairness in electoral system needed
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: No accountability at city hall
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Flag decision reflects poorly on Alberton
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Family physician action plan must start now
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Questions surround land ownership rules on P.E.I.
LETTER: Roundabouts and rope-a-dope
With a lesson from the great boxer Muhammed Ali, I can tell you this is a watershed election in P.E.I. history. Our land, our water - our children and their children depend on our choices. I'd like to talk to one group in particular - the ...
LETTER: Personal information left unprotected; no help coming
I have a concern that cannot or will not be addressed by any government agency. This concern pertains to the protection of my personal information. A Prince Edward Island corporation sent my T4 information via email to me. I expressly notified ...
LETTER: Don’t be fooled
Not so many years ago the Liberals were swept from power leaving only one lone Liberal opposition member – Ron McKinley. I wonder how the ‘No’ campaign in the electoral reform referendum would describe this situation? The ...
LETTER: Industrial farming not in Island’s best interest
It’s an abusive relationship – the Irvings are not farmers, they are industrialists. Farming isn't their thing and Islanders will suffer greatly for their industrialized attitude toward production of products as opposed to a balanced ...
LETTER: Network a ‘forum’ not an ‘organization’
We would like to respond to the March 8 “cease and desist” order issued to the P.E.I. PR Network through a news release by the referendum commissioner. We have corresponded with the referendum commissioner and provided clarifying updates. ...
LETTER: Random breath testing a violation of our ancient common law rights
Thomas Jefferson once stated unequivocally that ‘those who give up essential liberty for temporary security deserve neither.’ Laws that give police the power to pull over drivers and compel them under threat of prosecution to give a ...
LETTER: Can we have some referendum objectivity please?
EDITOR: The public is being bombarded with opposing opinions regarding the upcoming mixed member proportional (MMP) versus first-past-the-post (FPTP) voting referendum. It seems that no matter which way we vote, we are doomed. I have a suggestion. ...
LETTER: Too many questions
An interesting opinion piece surfaced in the media recently from Don Mazer. He makes some good points about the fact that we are being asked to vote on an MMP system that has no provisions attached as to how the second ballot candidates will be ...
LETTER: Islanders need to help in toll fight
I was so happy to see the article recently in the Journal Pioneer reporting on Senator Percy Downe's continued flight against the toll on the Confederation Bridge. I was afraid it had been abandoned. I think it's time we got behind him and ...
GUEST COMMENTARY: Voters want change, but MMP is not it
BY GARY MORGAN The recent guest opinion published in the Journal-Pioneer entitled “MMP fits our multi-party environment,” by Mr. Hans Connor requires rebuttal. Many ‘no’ supporters are entrepreneurs, neighbours, and friends ...