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Terry Bernard has announced his intention to seek re-election in Charlottetown's Ward 10 in the Nov. 3 municipal election.
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Amy Brewster is co-owner of Taboo Company adult and smoke shop on the corner of Euston and Hillsborough streets.
A strain of late blight known as US-23 is now the main culprit. Late blight presents as brown spots.
Every year, the province that hosts the annual summer meeting of the Council of the Federation has to come up with an original idea for the premiers' traditional group photo call.
Alfred Guy Vuozzo's first-degree murder case for the homicide of a father and his adult son near Montague, P.E.I. was adjourned Thursday morning until Oct. 9. Vuozzo, 46, has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder for the fatal shootings of 68-year-old Brent McGuigan and his son Brendon, 39, last Wednesday on St. Mary's Road, about 10 ... (more)
The community of Brudenell says the Town of Montague is responsible for the Community Park Cemetery, while Montague says Brudenell should be caring for the site.
CAMPBELLTON BEACH, P.E.I. 6 p.m. Her head's tilted forward and her gaze is fixed.
Canada's premiers and native leaders are inviting the prime minister to take part in a roundtable discussion on murdered and missing aboriginal women, with one native leader saying Stephen Harper's decision to reject calls for a public inquiry shows disrespect.
The owner of an adult novelty store in Charlottetown says she is disappointed city council denied a request to let the business operate in a residential neighbourhood.
The federal government says it will increase transfer payments to the provinces by six per cent a year until 2017, claiming that health care is a provincial responsibility.
Police in Charlottetown are requesting the public's assistance with regards to a motor-vehicle collision that occurred on Thursday, Aug. 23, at approximately 9:50 a.m. on Kensington Road and the Charlottetown Perimeter Bypass.
Close to 40 people have had their elective surgeries rescheduled because of an anesthetist shortage at Prince County Hospital in Summerside.
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall speaks to reporters in the rotunda of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building on Monday, Sept.
Fisheries and Oceans had a meeting with the Eel Advisory Committee before the P.E.I. season started last week.
Stephen Nicholas Taweel, a prominent businessman from Prince Edward Island, waits for his sentencing at Supreme Court in Halifax last month.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 05:18 am
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