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The town of Stratford, P.E.I. is building a statue and fountain on its waterfront to recognize the diversity of its heritage, and to honour in particular Mi'kmaq runner Michael Thomas.
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A group of fishermen, angry over the low price of lobster and the P.E.I. government's response to it, have signed a petition demanding the resignation of Fisheries Minister Ron MacKinley.
Most Rev. J. Vernon Fougere, bishop emeritus of Charlottetown, died Tuesday at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Charlottetown.
Bishop Vernon Fougere speaks during mass at St. Dunstan's Basilicia Church in Charlottetown in this Guardian file photo dated Aug. 31, 2009.
Elizabeth DeBlois, event organizer, reads a passage from the newly published "Anne around the World: L.M. Montgomery and Her Classic" with one of the book's editors, Jane Ledwell.
The P.E.I. Sports Hall of Fame recently moved out. An information centre has been built in that space, and there is still some room to spare.
Harshaan Ahluwalis, 2, dribbles a soccer ball in Montreal last Saturday, the day the Quebec Soccer Federation announced an end to its turban ban.
With a three-year deal in place, Summerside's hockey team hopes to be able to focus on the action on the ice for a while.
Island libraries are among the first in the country to become part of Freegal, an online service that lets you download music onto your home computer, iPod or mp3 player.
Yarmouth will mark the beginning of a 500 km trek that will take Bob Maher and Edward Wedler to PEI for the Georgetown Conference this fall.
The exhibit on the waterfront opened more than a decade ago. The attraction tells the story of Canadian Confederation, starting with the Charlottetown Conference in 1864.
RCMP in eastern P.E.I. are investigating an incident on Saturday where a shot was fired following what they were told was a domestic dispute.
Police say sometime that afternoon thieves entered the home and stole a significant quantity of cash.
A century-old train station in eastern P.E.I. will not be torn down as planned, but instead made available to the community.
Friday evening, following a stop on Arnett Avenue, police charged a 53-year-old Grande Prairie, Alta., man with impaired driving.