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1 min ago | The Guardian
P.E.I. Potato Board president, Gary Linkletter, left, and Arlington grower Allison Dennis, right, look on as Donnie Allan explains the features of the first two-row potato harvester he ever built, which is on display at the Canadian Potato Museum in O'Leary.
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3 hrs ago | The Fort Macleod Gazette
One of Canada's best new bluegrass bands will perform a mix of original and traditional music Thursday, Aug. 21 in Fort Macleod.
3 hrs ago | CBC News
It will take about an extra 1.8 seconds to call a number with 10-digit dialing. A big change is coming this weekend for telephone communications on P.E.I. as 10-digit dialing comes into effect.
3 hrs ago | CBC News
CBC P.E.I. has put together this map to help voters see who is running in their community.
4 hrs ago | The Compass
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency issued a news release Wednesday morning, in which it said the coleslaw, produced by Roy Pope and Sons, has been distributed in New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.
4 hrs ago | CBC News
The P.E.I. Teachers' Federation will debate this week the practice of moving students on to the next grade even if requirements have not been met, as parents in the province give the practice mixed reviews.
4 hrs ago | The Guardian
Site plan for proposed new government garage on Brackley Point Road. See proposed environment impact statement as a PDF HERE Residents of Brackley deserve a hearty round of applause.
8 hrs ago | CBC News
The watershed improvement group for Stratford, P.E.I. is organizing a bus tour of green, organic spaces in the area to encourage residents to grow chemical-free lawns and gardens.
10 hrs ago | CBC News
With the first day of school is just over two weeks away P.E.I. parents are facing the decision whether to send their children to kindergarten or keep them at home for one more year.
Actors Olivia Barnes, left, who plays an unamed delegate's wife at the 1864 Charlottetown Conference, Patrick Jeffrey, playing Father of Confederation William MacDougall and production hostess Sonya Boileau, rehearse a scene in Province House Tuesday.
Councillor Tina Mundy said she received a request from a resident in her ward regarding the monthly police statistics released at each city council meeting.
He will make this announcement on behalf of the Honourable Shelly Glover, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages DATE: Wednesday, August 20, 2014 TIME: 3:30 p.m. PLACE: Centre Belle-Alliance 5 Maris Stella Avenue Summerside, Prince Edward Island Contacts: Marisa Monnin Press Secretary Office of the Minister of Canadian Heritage and ... (more)
Mayoral hopeful Dan Melanson says it's time for candidates to spell out their platforms and policies, rather than just criticizing city hall.
A show cause hearing, which will determine if a 17-year-old P.E.I. girl will remain in custody as her murder trial proceeds, has been delayed a second time.
Holland College president Brian McMillan says the program will provide another way for family and friends to help out students.
Parks Canada officials are warning people Tuesday to stay out of the water on P.E.I.'s North Shore.
A public meeting will be held at Charlottetown City Hall on Tuesday, Aug. 26, at 7 p.m. to hear comments on a number of items.
Chaylon Brewster is still waiting to hear the status of his request for a variance from the city for Taboo Company on Euston Street.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 01:57 pm
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