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3 hrs ago | CBC News
Alistair MacLeod, one of Canada's great short story writers whose work detailed the people and culture of Cape Breton, has died.
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7 hrs ago | The Guardian
RCMP are expected to release details Monday about a body found near the Hurry Road area of Charlottetown over the weekend.
8 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail
12 hrs ago | CBC News
Charlottetown police arrested a 25-year-old woman for impaired driving early Saturday morning and say she had a blood alcohol concentration of more than 2.5 times the legal limit.
15 hrs ago | CBC News
A university spokesperson said there won't be a separate campus in Summerside, rather courses could be conducted on Holland College's campus.
Constance Robinson, left, PEIBWA president, and Hannah Bell, PEIBWA executive director, make plans for the Women in Business Symposium 2014, which will be held on May 29 at the P.E.I. Brewery Company in Charlottetown.
Music lovers on Prince Edward Island are joining others across North America who are venturing down to their favourite record stores.
Dr. Rhonda Matters, P.E.I.'s chief mental health and addictions officer, says the Triple P program will help parents deal with children's behaviour issues.
A 42-year-old Charlottetown man has landed in jail after a woman was allegedly assaulted in the capital city.
Snow crab fishermen on P.E.I. are anxious to get out on the water since ice conditions have delayed the season.
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.
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