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32 min ago | The Guardian
Police in Charlottetown are requesting the public's assistance with regards to a motor-vehicle collision that occurred on Thursday, Aug. 23, at approximately 9:50 a.m. on Kensington Road and the Charlottetown Perimeter Bypass.
2 hrs ago | CBC News
Close to 40 people have had their elective surgeries rescheduled because of an anesthetist shortage at Prince County Hospital in Summerside.
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall speaks to reporters in the rotunda of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building on Monday, Sept.
Fisheries and Oceans had a meeting with the Eel Advisory Committee before the P.E.I. season started last week.
Stephen Nicholas Taweel, a prominent businessman from Prince Edward Island, waits for his sentencing at Supreme Court in Halifax last month.
An RCMP vehicle sits outside the house where two men were found shot dead Wednesday, Aug. 20, on the St. Mary's Road near Montague.
Ghislain Picard, Assembly of First Nations of Quebec and Labrador, responds to media questions at a news conference Wednesday April 16, 2008 in Quebec City.
Michele Taina Audette, left, of the Native Women's Association of Canada, listens as Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne speaks after a meeting last summer between the premiers and aboriginal leaders in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont.
Edwin Peter MacKinnon of Murray River died several weeks after he was severely burned cutting a live wire in an abandoned building.
The ride stretched 100 kilometres across Prince County and saw 116 motorcycles fill the roadways over a three-hour journey.
The island becomes a busier place today as Representatives from the Canadian Urban Transit Association join Premiers and delegates at the Council of the Federation meeting starting today in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
The Royal Canadian Mint unveiled a new gold coin Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014 to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Charlottetown and Quebec Conferences, events that helped lay the foundation for Confederation.
Charlottetown police are looking for a female suspect in connection with a robbery at the Needs Convenience story on Brackley Point Road on Aug. 26. The police received a report that a female entered the store and demanded money at around 7:55 a.m. A surveillance video shows she was wearing a backpack and a red American Eagle hoodie sweatshirt with ... (more)
Atlantic PATH is recruiting men and women between ages 35 to 69 for a study that involves a questionnaire and a health assessment.
The family medicine sponsorship program - intended to entice new medical school graduates to work in rural P.E.I. - is a success says the provincial government, even though it hasn't signed on as many students as originally hoped.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 08:37 am
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