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Some fishermen say they'll have to sell some of their catch directly to the public now that there's quotas.
Organizers of the Junior A National Hockey Championships in Summerside, P.E.I. are tallying up the economic impact of the week-long tournament.
The NDP is calling on the RCMP to investigate the actions of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's former chief of staff, Nigel Wright, who resigned recently after news emerged of a secret $90,000 payment he made to Senator Mike Duffy in relation to the Senate expense scandal.
Samantha Silliphant's video about residential schools in Canada is among 30 short films that Canadians can vote on as part of the Young Citizen's program organized by Canada's History.
Two Vancouver filmmakers are turning their lens on Tignish, P.E.I. for their documentary about life in small town Canada.
In 2012 the Heart and Stroke Foundation of P.E.I. launched a new program to cover the cost of automated, external defibrillators for selected facilities in the province.
Nigel Wright has resigned as Prime Minister Stephen Harper's chief of staff, following revelations he wrote a $90,000 cheque to repay improperly claimed housing expenses for Senator Mike Duffy.
Saturday marked the first day of operation for the new liquor store at the Plough the Waves Centre in Wood Islands.
The boat, operating out of Tabusintac, issued the distress call at around 5:30 a.m. Three or four crew are onboard and now missing.
The National Post re-imagines a week in the life of a newsmaker. Today, Tristin Hopper looks at the week through the eyes of Mike Duffy, the newly independent Senator from P.E.I. Monday My plane has just touched down at the Charlottetown airport and I was en route to a very important keynote at the Prince Edward Island Dairy Farmers' Advancement ... (more)
A business owner in eastern P.E.I. is offering jobs to people who work in the lobster fishery who may need extra work to qualify for employment insurance after a price dispute kept lobster fishermen off the water for almost a week.
We turn our rental car into the Linkletter's property and park near a small worn building.
Canadians claim to have sighted nearly 2,000 Unidentified Flying Objects in 2012 alone, according to the annual report from Ufology Research - an inacrease of over 100% on the previous year.