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Not many 11-year-olds can boast they spent their summer holidays raking in cash, but that's exactly what FA©lix ThA©riault did last year.
David MacDonald, a member of the Bedeque Area Recreation Centre's board of directors, with one of the many signs that have popped up showing support for Central Bedeque's bid to become Canada's newest Hockeyville.
Just before 9 p.m., East Prince RCMP were called to the Irving Gas Bar after a man walked in and threatened the clerk with a weapon demanding cash.
Coun. Emile Gallant, who chairs the utilities committee, said the town is looking at two options - building a new, closed-lagoon system in Stratford or piping the town's waste to the plant in Charlottetown.
With the announcement that Salmon Arm has made the top four in the Kraft Hockeyville contest, the city guaranteed at least $50,000 towards upgrades for the Shaw Centre.
Members of the Benevolent Irish Society in Charottetown at the Irish memorial on the boardwalk Saturday to lay a wreath in honour of St. Patrick's Day.
"In recent years, Prince Edward Island has seen growth in its trade with the Korean market and this will only be helped by the recently signed trade agreement," said Innovation Minister Allen Roach.
La SociA©tA© Saint-Thomas-d'Aquin has announced two new hires, Jasmine Orton, left, and Natalie Pendergast who began working at the office in February.
The Bras d'Or Lakes are frozen for the first time in decades, causing an ice backup into the nearby river.
People stop talking when Rachel Campbell mentions her research on church gossip - or they try to convince her they are not gossiping.
Last October, Shannon Micallef of Charlottetown became the first person in North American to have a bilateral Bonebridge bone conduction hearing system surgically implanted to replace her traditional hearing aids.
Prince Edward Island will come to life on April 2 with the sights and sounds of music and mingling, celebration and collaboration - all part of the fun set to take place in and around Charlottetown during Eastlink East Coast Music Week .
Parti Quebecois Leader Pauline Marois scoffed Friday at her main opponent's plan to get Quebec's distinctiveness recognized by the rest of Canada.
On Friday, it was a packed house as the committee heard nine presentations that were at times emotional and full of frustration.
Some organic farmers on P.E.I. are hoping rock dust from New Brunswick quarries will enrich their soil with minerals and nutrients.