At least nine startups or organizations working in the area of animal health will attend a MentorCamp affiliated with the VetHealth Global conference in Charlottetown on June 10.
A recent survey shows a high percentage of Charlottetown residents are committed to water conservation efforts in their own homes.
Lennox Island Chief Darlene Bernard is seeking a fourth term but faces competition from two other candidates to lead P.E.I.'s largest Native band.
STUDENTS around the world are being offered an islands studies course - the first of its kind in Scotland - at the University of the Highlands and Islands.
Farmers getting the crop in along the Monaghan Road in eastern P.E.I. on Thursday are hoping for the arrival of some rain as fields are as dry as a bone, the dust is thick, and the provincial fire index is high.
ACOA Minister Gail Shea is taking a hands-off approach to staffing at the agency, she says, despite a damning investigation by the Public Service Commission that found senior ACOA officials in P.E.I. acted inappropriately in hiring a former Conservative politician.
Homburg International purchased Dyne Holdings earlier this week, and with it the Holman Grand Hotel, Confederation Court Mall, National Bank Tower, BDC Place and Homburg Financial Tower.
Young people across P.E.I. are invited to experience entrepreneurship first-hand as the Young Millionaires Program celebrates its 21st year on Prince Edward Island.
Election spending records show Senator Mike Duffy campaigned with Prime Minister Stephen Harper in the Northwest Territories during the 2011 election, while also claiming he was on Senate business.
Prince Edward Island teachers have voted to ratify a collective agreement that gives them a one per cent raise a year for the next two years.
President Gail Lecky reflects on a few of the many achievements of the Kiwanis Club of Charlottetown.
Layoff notices were delivered Wednesday to 35 employees at the University of Prince Edward Island as part of the school's efforts to eliminate a $9 million deficit.
Questionable hiring processes at the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency will not be investigated further, ACOA Minister Gail Shea said Wednesday.
For more information on how to become involved in the walk or the mascot race, contact Sarah Drew at 902-628-2288 or visit www.walktofightarthritis.ca . Participants at the 2013 Walk to Fight Arthritis will walk or run either one or five kilometres Sunday, June 9, in support of the P.E.I. Arthritis Society.
The Holman Grand hotel will soon re-open for business after Homburg International bought it and four other buildings in downtown Charlottetown.