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When will porn actresses, cartoon producers, clothes designers and their superstar husbands get it through their smoke-filled, hazy minds that they need to find other ways to get their careers back on track and leave the seal hunt and the people of Newfound and Labrador to live their own lives without having to listen to the bull-crap from ... (more)
Souris-Elmira MLA Colin LaVie is calling on Health Minister Doug Currie to finally clarify Health P.E.I.'s policy on ambulance fees.
Ice sculptor Laurent Godon cuts a unicorn from a block of ice in Confederation Park during Winterlude 2010 in Ottawa.
From left, Mike MacKenzie of Island EMS, sons Jakob and Reilly, and Jamie Locke of the Salvation Army unload an ambulance full of toys, food and other items collected during the Pack the Back fundraiser on Sunday.
One of the organizers of an Australian folk festival liked what P.E.I. is doing so they've decided to replicate it.
The deplorable condition of some rental housing units across the province has prompted eastern P.E.I.'s largest town to call for legislation aimed at eliminating the problem.
Like many stores across the Island people were combining Christmas shopping and stocking up on needed items as a major storm heads towards the province.
Barber fundraised to enable him to buy two two tanks of oil for needy families. Money transfers from Fort McMurray, Alta., random drop-in donations as well as customers' loose change only account for some of the forms of generosity Johnny Thompson has witnessed over the past month.
CHARLOTTETOWN, PE Balanchine will search for his second win in a row in the race 11 preferred pace Saturday night at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at The Charlottetown Driving Park.
The Atlantic Book Awards Festival Gala will take place in Charlottetown in late May as part of the celebrations of the 150th anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference.
Three major cultural exchange projects are coming to both Charlottetown and Quebec City in 2014 as a result of a partnership struck between In recognition of the 150th anniversaries of the Charlottetown and Quebec Confederation Conferences, the federal government will fund the projects, which highlight the link between the meetings of the fathers ... (more)
Veterans and the workers who serve them say Ottawa continues to try to mislead veterans about what they will be able to access if Veterans Affairs office closures go forward next year.
Bill Fleming, provincial housing coordinator, attended the Affordable Housing Summit in Charlottetown Monday along with several mayors from across the province, people working in the housing sector, developers and landlords.