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1 hr ago | Nunatsiaq News
South Baffin MLA David Joanasie will not serve jail time following a July 7 impaired driving incident while he was on vacation in Charlottetown, P.E.I. In his sentence, Judge John Douglas gave credit to Joanasie for spending the night of July 7 in jail.
5 hrs ago | CBC News
RCMP have charged a P.E.I. man in relation to an assault on a 17-year-old girl after she was found injured on the side of the road in the early morning hours of July 16. Police were called at about 1 a.m. and were told the injured girl had been found along the Trans-Canada Highway at Cherry Valley east of Charlottetown.
6 hrs ago | CBC News
The 5,000 people crowded into the zone at Confederation Landing Park were appreciative of both the music and the provincial and federal governments for footing the bill.
10 hrs ago | Truro Daily News
Kissing the cod and getting screeched in are two well known traditional introductions to Newfoundland.
A new plan to allow P.E.I. fishermen to hold more than one lobster licence will reduce the number of traps in the water.
RCMP called in their canine unit along with P.E.I. Ground Search and Rescue to locate the woman who went missing on the Island Wednesday evening.
Mark Sherren, left, regional engineer, Transportation Minister Robert Vessey and Matthew Fortier, engineering technical officer, look over the new roundabout at the Upton Road in Charlottetown.
A production of The Drowsy Chaperone at a theatre in eastern P.E.I. is proving to be so popular the run has been extended to the end of August.
Dawn Courtney, centre director in Moncton for Herbal Magic, says the company has been sold, resulting in 11 centres closing across Canada.
A group from Florida that chartered a boat from Scott Bruce of North Lake caught the first fish, then let it go.
Henry Morgentaler, seen here in a file photo, was a physician who fought to expand abortion rights in Canada.
Manitoba consumers continue to spend at a healthy pace, with May retail sales up 0.7 per cent from April and 3.4 per cent from a year earlier, Statistics Canada said today.
Born and raised in L'Anse aux Meadows, N.L., Clayton Colbourne is now an interpreter for the site with Parks Canada.
P.E.I. teachers don't have the resources they need to help students who didn't get passing marks in the previous grade, says Prof.
In the battle for Prince Edward Island's groundwater, scientists are largely caught in the middle of the proverbial tug-of-war.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 03:06 pm
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