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A staff sergeant in Charlottetown is urging people to read The Little Black Book of Scams, a tool for consumers and businesses published by the federal Competition…
03.24 / 10:55
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Kensington, P.E.I., will soon have two Frosty Treat Dairy Bars — with the new location opening half a kilometre away from the location that has been a fixture for more than four d…
03.24 / 10:07
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Robert Harris's painting A Meeting of the School Trustees depicts a famous P.E.I. scene, and now another Islander has taken on its…
03.24 / 09:20
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Cardigan’s member of parliament says stable funding for the ferry service to P.E.I. is one thing he was happy to see in the federal b…
03.23 / 23:10
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It's a mutual love affair between theatre director Alan Kinsella and P.E.I. audiences, with his Watermark Theatre play a big hit with crowds, and his fondness for seafood, as well as other Island…
03.23 / 23:10
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The longtime owner of a Charlottetown daycare is hoping some of the $7 billion in childcare spending announced in yesterday's federal budget will help subsidise more infant spaces on…
03.23 / 22:23
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Some young Island artists and entrepreneurs are finding creative ways to sell their products, including a pop-up shop at the Confederation Court…
03.23 / 21:14
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Transit operators on P.E.I. are waiting and seeing how transit news in the federal budget will affect their bottom…
03.23 / 20:02
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The decision by the federal government to make temporary funding of $37.5 million to Destination Canada, a national tourism marketing organization permanent each year is welcome news by the Tourism Industry Association of Prince Edward…
03.23 / 20:02
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P.E.I. fared well in the federal budget released Wednesday with increases in transfer payments and other budget items says Charlottetown's federal member of parliament Sean…
03.23 / 19:17
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