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2 hrs ago | The Guardian
Charlottetown Mayor Clifford Lee says the federal government is cooking up another "senate fiasco'' with recent changes to the EI system.
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3 hrs ago | CFRA
4 hrs ago | The Guardian
Gordon Stove, left, CEO, and Alan Goodwin, VP of operations, North America, for Adrok, look over some of the technology the company uses to explore for underground minerals and energy resources.
5 hrs ago | CBC News
Incidents of sexually-inappropriate chants and tweets, and allegations of sexual assault, at universities across the country have students at UPEI talking about what is happening on their own campus.
9 hrs ago | CBC News
There won't be many harp seals seen along P.E.I.'s North Shore this year, say Fisheries and Oceans officials.
12 hrs ago | The Guardian
Jeremy Avery, here at his home in Fort Augustus, has started getting EI benefits after his initial claim was rejected.
13 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald
Adams is bringing his acoustic tour Bare Bones to Sydney's Centre 200 on April 28, promotions company evenko said in a news release issued Monday.
14 hrs ago | Market Wire
On the same day last week that I heard Canada's consul general, Patrick Binns, speak before a meeting of the Worcester Rotary Club, I received an email on an author's talk in Boston titled: "Should the U.S. and Canada be One Country?" It's probably not a serious question, and I am not hoofing up to Boston on March 25 to hear the woman's arguments.
Island businessman Edwin Jewell says he expects construction of a medical marijuana facility in Charlottetown to begin in the coming months.
Two Nova Scotia community rinks and one on Prince Edward Island are among the 16 finalists across Canada that have scooped up part of $1 million in prizes and are still in the running to win the Kraft Hockeyville competition.
Olivia McLean sits with a helmet signed by Canadian Olympic bronze medal winner Jan Hudec.
A dog mannequin named Casper was used to teach first aid during a disaster preparedness course for pet owners on Saturday.
Amherst was selected as one of the 16 national finalist for the contest in which the winning community hosts an NHL game next fall and receive $100,000.
Lloyd Dalziel, center, chair of the Island-based International Sustainable Community Assistance, held meeting recently in Libya.
AUS championship women's basketball semi-final action takes place tonight at the University of Prince Edward Island in Charlottetown with the Dalhousie Tigers taking on Halifax rivals the Saint Mary's Huskies at 6 p.m. The UPEI Panthers take on the St. F.X. X-Women at 8 p.m.
The Mount Allison University women's hockey team celebrates an overtime win Thursday against the Universite de Moncton.