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Coun. Eddie Rice, chair of Charlottetown's Water and Sewer Utility committee, says the city may have to expropriate some of the land its needs for its sewer separation project.
Oh, beavers! They're so cute, right? What with their little waffle-ironed tails and buck teeth and insatiable woodlust? Wrong.
New Brunswick MP Robert Goguen participates in the House of Commons standing committee on justice and human rights July 8, 2014.
Jasper Wyman & Son, the largest U.S.-owned grower and processor of wild blueberries, announced Tuesday it has signed an agreement to acquire 8,000 acres of land in northern New Brunswick, Canada, in order to increase its supply of the lowbush blueberries.
A P.E.I. woman was astonished to discover she would not be refunded her $500 application fee after she was rejected as a marriage commissioner.
It would not be realistic to attempt to impose a ban on feeding foxes, says the City of Charlottetown.
An expansion at the Raspberry Point Oyster Co. is expected to increase its annual sales of oysters by one million - or about 22 per cent.
Netherland natives Chiel Middelkamp, right, and his brother, Eelco, are standing tall in the fourth season of operating Middelkamp Organic Produce in Prince Edward Island.
Canada knows how to have fun with stamps, eh? Current postage options in the Great White North include a set of spooky stamps devoted to "haunted Canada" , songstress Shania Twain , and Superman, but our favorites are the new set celebrating Canadian photography.
Dana Drummond, manager of Atlantic Aqua Farms, is frustrated by the number of mussel lines that have been cut on the company's lease on the Brudenell River.
The Island Nature Trust is doing an inventory of all the species of plants and animals in P.E.I.'s first wilderness park and the area surrounding it.
As wireworms spread across P.E.I., costing potato growers millions of dollars by damaging crops, farmers are turning to a new rotation crop for the fight.
A P.E.I. sprinter competing at the Commonwealth Games will not progress to the semi-finals of the Men's 100-metre event.
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the Seacow Head Lighthouse. Community celebrations began July 27 in Fernwood, P.E.I. The Seacow Head Lighthouse in Fernwood, P.E.I., is celebrating its 150th anniversary this weekend, but amidst the festive mood there is fear the community may lose the historical structure.
Tapping the keg. The Petit-Sault Brewery brews out of an old police station in Edmundston's downtown.
Ryan DesRoches, a native of Charlottetown, is pictured picking berries while cycling on a trail in Germany, meant to show his fondness for using natural products.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 02:09 am
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