17 hrs ago
Looking for answers
Nearly four months after the New Build Canada Fund was activated, there have been no projects submitted by any Prince Edward Island municipalities.
23 hrs ago
Scribbler skeletons, history lessons and four days of shows at Island Fringe Festival
A clown in denial, a storyteller suffering from verbal diarrhea, and a history lesson unlike anything found in a school textbook - these are just a few acts audiences can catch at the third annual Island Fringe Festival.
Flag raisings will kick off Pride week on the Island
Organizers of the annual Pride festival on Prince Edward Island will be out in full colour today holding flag-raising ceremonies across the province in support of the local GLBTQ and Pride week 2014.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Restricted, prohibited guns could be carried on P.E.I., warns official
Ottawa's proposed changes to firearms legislation could possibly mean owners of restricted or prohibited guns would be permitted to carry them around at will, says Prince Edward Island's chief firearms officer.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
P.E.I's Confederation context
Dressed in period costume, Charlotte Thompson shows a typical rug-hooking project that women in 1864 would have worked on.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
The City of Summerside is heading to the P.E.I. Supreme Court Appeals Division in September to try and win a better deal for the ratepayers of the Summerside Electric Utility.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Herbal Magic stores closing in P.E.I.
Dawn Courtney, centre director in Moncton for Herbal Magic, says the company has been sold, resulting in 11 centres closing across Canada.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
DiverseCity Summerside Festival educates and entertains
"Buddhism is another way of life. We're here trying to bring harmony to the community," says Liu, a Buddhist monk with the Great Enlightenment Buddhist Institute Society.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Atlantic Sire Stakes put on show at Summerside
Wendell Willliams bred the colt who picked up his second win of the campaign. ) to win his "A" division in 1:58.1 for owners Peter and Don Smith, Larry Chappell and Gerald Morrissey.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Summerside record is crushed by Lovineveryminute
Summerside PE- Track records are made to be broken and that's exactly what happened Thursday night at Red Shores' Summerside.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Summerside teen heading to Miss Teenage Canada Pageant
Ashley Cameron of Summerside, the current Miss Teenage Prince Edward Island, is travelling to Toronto, Ont., on Saturday to take part in a week of activities leading up to the Miss Teenage Canada Pageant on July 26. They are among the staples Ashley Cameron is packing as she prepares to leave later this week to compete in the Miss Teenage Canada ... (more)
Starting gate malfunction causes "no contest"
Summerside, PE - The feature race at Red Shores Summerside was declared a no contest after the starting gate wing fell off at the beginning of the race.
Hospital garden provides 'hope for life' for patients
A garden at the Prince County Hospital in Summerside, P.E.I. has grown over the last decade to provide a special kind of respite for patients and their families.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Apparently the animals are a common site on the course often stealing balls during a golfers round.
Governor's Plate Week in full force at Summerside
Governor's Plate week is in full force at Red Shores Summerside and Wednesday night it will play host to three Atlantic Sire Stake A divisions for two-year-old filly pacers.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
History exhibit illustrating P.E.I. in 1860s opening at Eptek Tuesday
Eptek Centre's summer exhibition "1864: The Year We Celebrate" contains some working textiles from the Prince Edward Island Museum's collection.
P.E.I. government appoints new comptroller
Gordon MacFadyen, a certified professional accountant with an extensive background in federal, provincial, and municipal finance is Prince Edward Island's new comptroller.
The never-ending story comes to P.E.I.
For their national Tale of a Town Canada project, Toronto couple Charles Ketchabaw and Lisa Marie DiLiberto are travelling province to province collecting stories of main streets and downtowns for a series of plays celebrating main streets across the country.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
The Chronicle Herald
LEGER: Too many groups, Canadians spout lazy Maritimer myth
When Kevin Lacey, the Atlantic Canada director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, says that overuse of employment insurance underlies complaints about the use of foreign temporary workers, writes Dan Leger, he is oversimplifying a complex situation.