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The Mount Allison University women's hockey team celebrates an overtime win Thursday against the Universite de Moncton.
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Retired CJRW broadcasters Lowell Huestis, left, John Perry and Roger Ahern have well over 100 years of combined radio time between them.
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Brenda Picard has tallied an impressive volunteer record over the years working with many provincial and national organizations relating to family violence prevention, restorative justice and conflict resolution.
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Alex Campbell, left, and Walter Shaw share a dance at the closing of the P.E.I. legislature, April 1966, before embarking on one of the most closely fought electoral contests in Canadian history, lasting 86 days.
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Greg Westlake of Canada is challenged by Marcus Holm of Sweden during the Preliminary Round Group A match between Canada and Sweden at Shayba Arena on March 8, 2014 in Sochi, Russia.
Both of P.E.I.'s Paralympians will compete early on Saturday as the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games get underway.
Colorectal cancer is the third most common type of cancer on P.E.I. - with the second highest mortality rate for women in the country.
It is truly worth spending the extra money on the wild caught salmon, when available.
Demand for ice-breaking services has been high around P.E.I., says the Canadian Coast Guard.
Chris Clay, left, president of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers local, speaks during a legislative committee hearing.
This week, Premier Robert Ghiz is being called to task for circumventing a legally constituted process and peremptorily awarding membership in the Order of Prince Edward Island to an Island hero, Heather Moyse.
Award-winning storyteller Donna Washington is looking forward to sharing her stories during her first visit to P.E.I. Her performances are March 7, Confederation Centre Studio Theatre, 7:30 p.m., and March 8, Harbourfront Theatre, Summerside, 2 p.m. "We do it all the time.
The P.E.I. Humane Society continues to seize cats in ill health from a controversial sanctuary that has housed felines for more than two years.
Cold nights have killed a lot of the produce Carey Wood of Olde MacKenzie Farm is growing in her greenhouse.
There was a packed house at the Coles Building as the standing committee on agriculture continued to discuss the lifting of the moratorium on high-capacity irrigation wells.
Craig Davidson, shortlisted for last year's Giller Prize, takes the pseudonym Nick Cutter for a graphic exercise in terror that nods to Lord of the Flies.