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Now a not-for-profit, Spotlight School of Arts wants to open its door to more and more…
02.26 / 14:15
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The current P.E.I. Quaker worship group began in 1991 and now meets every Sunday afternoon at 1:30 at the Chaplaincy Centre at…
02.26 / 13:28
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More Island children will soon have the opportunity to read aloud to dogs, as the Paws to Read program for elementary-age children with reading challenges is expanding to more P.E.I.…
02.26 / 12:17
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About 200 Islanders gathered in Souris on Saturday to remember the 10 fishermen who died when their boat — the Iceland II — was grounded in a storm off Cape Breton 50 years ago. And for one family, it completed a family puzzle that had been missing a piece all those yea…
02.25 / 23:54
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Maureen Trainor says music was always in her home as a kid growing up in Charlottetown. Her older brothers played guitar and her sister sang and played piano, so it was a natural progression for her to do the…
02.25 / 16:41
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Shades of orange, yellow and pink, and fog and frost filled morning skies this week — perfect for dawn and dusk s…
02.25 / 15:29
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Meal planning and execution can be one of the more energy-intensive household chores, and can be even more challenging if you have mental health problems or a disability — that's where Islander Jesse Macmillan got the idea to start his new Facebook group Cooking Without S…
02.25 / 13:26
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Charlottetown and Summerside handed out heritage awards this week, along with the province, as part of Heritage Week 2017 and among them were some individuals who've poured their heard-earned money into lovingly restoring heritage…
02.25 / 12:14
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