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Employment Minister Jason Kenney is meeting with provincial and territorial ministers responsible for labour today in Charlottetown for the first time since he announced an overhaul to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program.
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Ontario's governing Liberals say they're open to removing barriers to interprovincial trade, but suggest they're reluctant to lift some restrictions that give Ontario companies an advantage.
Charlottetown firefighters blocked off Campbell Road while responding to a call of a chemical spill Thursday morning.
CFIB president Dan Kelly says there is an element that exists in every province that will do anything not to work.
A spokeswoman with the City of Charlottetown said Monday they are currently working on an updated list.
The Council of Ministers of Education, Canada wrapped up meetings in Charlottetown Wednesday Business groups say low education test scores will hurt the economy, but education ministers are taking issue with the way the PISA test scores are being portrayed.
This Saturday the legendary '60s band of Susan Jacks, Craig McCaw and Satwant Singh meet up with musicians from the New Pornographers, Destroyer and Black Mountain at the Khatsahlano Block Party.
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall is leading a charge for a Canada Free Trade zone, calling for the dismantling of internal trade barriers between the provinces that are costing the economy as much as $50-billion a year.
In total, 87 percent of Express franchises said it was "somewhat difficult" or "very difficult" to fill positions.
In November of 2012, members of the RCMP Federal Investigations Unit in P.E.I. initiated a project aimed at uncovering illegal drug activities of individuals from Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Quebec.
Ministers are working together to ensure the skills and training needs of Canadians are being met.
One hundred and fifty years ago, the Fathers of Confederation gathered in Charlottetown to reimagine the future.
Norberta Weatherbie was juggling two groceries bags Saturday night as she worked the door to get into her apartment building in Stratford.
As a result, he's guaranteed a warm bed at the local jail every weekend until his 90-day sentence is served.
The CFIA is terminating its lease at the P.E.I. Potato Board facility in Borden-Carleton.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 02:28 am
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