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4 hrs ago | CBC News
The Opposition introduced two amendments: one to protect current pensioners and those retiring by the year 2017, and another to remove a clause shielding government from liability for any legal action over the changes.
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8 hrs ago | The Guardian
Summerside police are looking for the driver of a 2011 red Ford Eagle involved in two hit-and-run accidents Thursday night.
10 hrs ago | CBC News
P.E.I. Finance Minister Wes Sheridan says he no longer believes in raising personal income tax exemptions.
12 hrs ago | The Guardian
A Cornwall bypass is still on the provincial government's to-do list, but Transportation Minister Robert Vessey said it's waiting to see if there will be federal funding available for it.
13 hrs ago | CBC News
Christmas was Bev Enman's favourite holiday, and Miracle on 34th Street her favourite Christmas movie.
14 hrs ago | CBC News
New Brunswick's auditor general is calling for "significant changes" to get the province's debt under control.
At least 25 have been spotted in the province this week. That's the highest number Alain Clavette can recall in his 20 years of birding in the province.
Chunks of red Island sandstone that were unearthed during the 'Plan B' Highway realignment will soon serve a new purpose - as a barrier to prevent erosion in Jacques Cartier Provincial Park.
Former Prime Minister's Office legal advisor Ben Perrin may have broken the rules by failing to ensure key emails would be saved from the virtual shredder.
Alex Forbes, Charlottetown's new manager of planning and heritage, stands beside renovations underway on lower Queen Street at the former Kay's Brothers wholesale shop.
But Energy Minister Wes Sheridan said no specific programming was done, because the province was waiting for recommendations from the P.E.I. Energy Commission.
StA©phane Blanchard shows the promotional poster for the Dragon's contest, that he is co-ordinating, to Carlo Lavoie from the University of Prince Edward Island, and Donald DesRoches from the CollA ge Acadie A .-P.-A<.
Charlottetown Police say their website has become an invaluable tool in crime fighting, as it brings in dozens of tips they wouldn't otherwise receive.
The fascinating Luminescence show is a celebration of aquatic light, exploring the world of fluorescent and bioluminescent light that exists in the depths of the ocean, featuring glowing creatures that create and use light in startling ways.
Passerby Dave Cudmore walks past Province House in Charlottetown Wednesday, Dec. 4, as a storm of a different sort raged inside: question period.
A key witness has changed his story about who was involved in a home invasion last year on P.E.I. Chase James Roper is already serving a prison sentence for his involvement in the home invasion in Emyvale on May 28, 2012.
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