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Snow crab fishermen on P.E.I. are anxious to get out on the water since ice conditions have delayed the season.
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Friends and family of a Nova Scotia woman seriously injured in a skydiving accident in the U.S. earlier this month are trying to raise funds to pay for her "astronomical" medical bills.
Island filmmaker Harmony Wagner, left, and producer Jason Rogerson are excited that their short film, Queen of Crows, will be showcased at the Short Film Corner during the Cannes International Film Festival in France next month.
An oil leak at the French school in South Rustico has meant a lengthy cleanup ... and a big hole.
A Cornwall, P.E.I. woman has put together a survey on bus use in the town, collected results from 90 residents, and delivered the surveys to council.
Government program officers run the backbone organizations of Canadian democracy.
Innovation Minister Allen Roach introduced a new Innovation Act as the term for the Island Prosperity Strategy drew to a close.
A 22-year-old Summerside man was sentenced to a year in jail after pleading guilty in Summerside provincial court, Wednesday, to possession of child pornography.
For the past few days, Sherry Dawson and her daughter have been shovelling sewage water in their basement toward the sump pump.
Unlike any funny man you'll ever see live, Lorne Elliott takes his special brand of humour to Harrison April 26. Funny man Lorne Elliott will be showcasing his delightfully foolish, witty and thought provoking one-man concert show at the historic Harrison Memorial Hall on Saturday, April 26 at 8 p.m. Star of CBC Radio's Madly Off in All Directions, ... (more)
Speaker Carolyn Bertram ruled there was a lack of evidence that Finance Minister Wes Sheridan misled the Legislature.
Heavy rains and a lot of snow melt are causing flood conditions in the east and west of P.E.I. In Alberton two streets are flooded, and there is concern about how the town pond and sewage lagoon will handle extra water.
The Island Storm got off to slow start offensively in game 6 of the National Basketball League championship, says coach Joe Salerno, and could not recover.
About 100 people gathered in front of Province House in Charlottetown Tuesday evening to tell the P.E.I. government it's not doing enough to help people struggling with addictions and mental health problems.