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Seniors are keeping fit and healthy through programs offered at Credit Union Place.
The Prince Edward Island government unveiled a pilot project on Wednesday to allow more trees to be cut on land close to waterways, but the buffer zone law is getting mixed reviews from landowners.
Innovation Minister Allen Roach, right, walks into the P.E.I. legislature on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 along with Tourism Minister Robert Henderson.
Bring on the ketchup: A tractor-trailer carrying 40,000 pounds of french fries caught fire in a Wal-Mart parking lot in the Maine city of Waterville.
Ellsworth and his song "Things I Want," were selected among 4,000 others competing to be Canada's top new artist.
Prince Edward Island NDP members are gearing up for their annual convention, to be held April 26 at the Rodd Charlottetown.
Over the coming months, Prince Edward Island will be updating regulations to ensure the highest levels of food safety in food serving establishments.
Holland College students Andrew Woods, left, and Andrew Falls, right, help Darren Stordy unload boxes of old electronic items.
Photo taken by family in July this year of Lennon Waterman. Police are seeking help in locating him.
Easter Seals ambassador Brett Robinson accepted a cheque for $131 from student representative Millee McKay.
On Monday, Island RCMP unveiled what they call a "facial approximation" based on the remains of an unidentified body.
Department of Canadian Heritage Rick Dykstra, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Canadian Heritage and Member of Parliament , met today with community and business-sector representatives of the Charlottetown area as part of a roundtable on the celebrations for Canada's 150th birthday.
P.E.I.'s chief coroner has identified the body of a man found on the shore of North River in Charlottetown on Sunday.
A P.E.I. singer's version of Hallelujah has gone viral all over again, racking up millions of views on the the Christian version of YouTube.
The University of Prince Edward Island is putting new life into the Institute of Island Studies, with the long-term goal of the institute earning enough revenue to support itself.
The provincial government is being called on to address its municipal funding formula and to replace the current grant system with a tax property tax credit plan.