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P.E.I.'s Official Opposition raised concerns in the legislature Tuesday about a new program linking Island children electronically with psychiatrists on the…
04.26 / 00:19
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Islanders will not be on the hook for any cost overruns associated with delays in laying new electric cables in the Northumberland Strait the province said Tuesday in the provincial legislature, as the Opposition accused government of mismanaging the huge…
04.25 / 23:33
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Summerside's new library is proving to be very popular, with more than 30,000 visits and more than 25,000 items…
04.25 / 23:33
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Islanders will now be able to draw Employment Insurance while attending post-secondary…
04.25 / 22:20
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A spokesperson for Holland College said tenants in the properties set to be demolished to make way for a new 4 story residence on the corner of Grafton and Cumberland Street won’t be i…
04.25 / 21:35
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A program that supports green projects on farms has been expanded — Ottawa is making $5 million dollars available nationally over the next two y…
04.25 / 20:26
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With free park passes this year, visitor numbers expected to be high, so Parks Canada adding extra beach patrols to protect enviornment and…
04.25 / 19:18
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P.E.I.-raised musician Jenn Grant is bringing Paradise to Charlottetown Thursday night at the Florence Simmons Performance Hall at Holland…
04.25 / 18:55
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The port of Charlottetown is hoping to finish renovations over the next couple of days and be ready to host the first cruise ship of the season on…
04.25 / 16:37
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The company that proposed to set up a conventional salmon broodstock facility in Rollo Bay West, has changed its proposal to also raise genetically modified salmon to market size on the…
04.25 / 15:06
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A Summerside man is trying to work out why anyone would vandalize the gravestones of his family and…
04.25 / 15:06
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A barred owl will be released in eastern P.E.I. Tuesday morning after surgery to remove an injured eye at the Atlantic Veterinary College in…
04.25 / 12:10
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Parents of students in 13 P.E.I. schools will receive a letter Tuesday outlining rezoning…
04.25 / 11:26
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Suzanne Zinck, who is part of a special part of a special team at the health care centre that deals with youth struggling with their gender, said things are getting better thanks to heightened awareness and…
04.25 / 11:03
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Members of the LGBTQ community had a chance to air their thoughts to a right hand man for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Monday in…
04.25 / 10:16
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Local establishments that show games on TSN and Sportsnet are considering their options, as the fee increase to show the two channels goes into effect May…
04.25 / 09:10
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Municipal leaders now have a tool kit to help them plan amalgamation — the Federation of Prince Edward Island Municipalities launched the online resource just in time for Monday's annual m…
04.24 / 23:47
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Dozens of people have already signed up for an event Thursday that connects Islanders who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless with helpful goods and services including blood pressure and blood sugar checks, haircuts and spring…
04.24 / 23:25
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Some of the waters off Borden-Carleton, P.E.I., in the Northumberland Strait — known as a hot spot for scallop fishing — will be closed to harvesting this season as Maritime Electric finishes burying two new electric cables under the Strait to New Bru…
04.24 / 22:39
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What started as a surprise birthday visit and a simple guitar riff has clinched a mother and her two sons a spot in this year’s semi-finals of the Canadian Songwriting C…
04.24 / 22:17
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