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Charlottetown Police Services said a 45-year-old man was stabbed to death Friday night and a youth has been arrested.
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For newly announced Charlottetown mayoral candidate Philip Brown, there is an obvious addition to his platform as he challenges incumbent Clifford Lee.
As a result, he's guaranteed a warm bed at the local jail every weekend until his 90-day sentence is served.
Employment Minister Jason Kenney said Friday he's willing to consider "local exemptions" to his recent overhaul of the temporary foreign worker program.
The general manager of Island Hot Tubs and Pools in Charlottetown and Summerside, Rose MacDonald, said the company saw record sales last year and this season is trending the same.
The new doctors will be working in a variety of health facilities across P.E.I., with one already practicing and another four beginning to see patients by September.
Prince Edward Island is no longer interested in joining Ontario's plans to create a new provincial pension plan, but will instead continue to push Ottawa for CPP enhancements, says P.E.I. Finance Minister Wes Sheridan.
Brown, who served on city council from 2001 to 2006, ran against Lee in 2010 and lost by 3,000 votes.
If there was talk of a lottery win in Eldon, P.E.I., this past weekend, resident Shawn Kerr was oblivious to it.
Thompson was a judge in both the Summerside and the now closed Alberton courthouses for more than 20 years before he retired in 2005.
The golf industry on P.E.I. continued to decline in May, and some are wondering if the sport itself is losing its popularity.
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.
Rory Francis, from left, board member, Quentin Bevan, president of the Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce, and board member Steve Loggie tell the provincial education committee that P.E.I. businesses are very concerned over poor student test scores.
Total overnight stays were up by 5.3 per cent compared to the same month last year.
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.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 07:44 am
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