There are more job vacancies on P.E.I., and fewer unemployed, and that adds up to good news for Islanders looking for work. More
The mayor of Tignish wants more details from the RCMP to make sure his town is getting what it's paying for.
The president of Charlottetown Ringette is opposed to a proposal for new arenas in the city because he believes there will be any more ice availability and there are concerns there could be caps on registrations for some sports.
A lawyer representing the P.E.I. government pointed to a string of 24 emails and letters over a period of 4½ years, suggesting those communications constitute meaningful consultation between the province and the P.E.I. Mi'kmaq Confederacy over the sale of Crown land.
There will be a city-wide power interruption planned for Summerside on Friday morning between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m.
A car rally planned by teens in western P.E.I. that is believed to include speeding, drinking and skinny dipping is causing concern among police and parents.
Court martial proceedings against army reserve Capt. Todd Bannister have been adjourned until Friday.
An advocacy group for midwives in the province wants to know what's happening with the legislation that could make it legal for midwives to practice on P.E.I.
RCMP say one of their members was assaulted and a dog team was called in during an arrest in Montague, P.E.I., Wednesday.
Joe Byrne announced Thursday morning that he is running to lead the New Democratic Party on P.E.I.
Police in Kensington, P.E.I., posted a response Wednesday to the 'Tide pod challenge', a social media trend that has so far sent about 40 teenagers in the U.S. to hospital.
The P.E.I. Teachers' Federation is asking its members to tell them when they experience violence or harassment at work.
With about 20 centimetres of snow down P.E.I.'s public schools gave plow crews a little more time to clean up.
Don't put fat, oil or grease from cooking down the drain because it could make your toilet back up and it causes larger sewer problems, warn Charlottetown city officials.
Rogers employees reveal tactics they use to push products and services on customers, or risk losing their jobs.
Analysis Jagmeet Singh's question-popping photo op and the vague limits of touchy-feely transparency
Jagmeet Singh might have announced his impending nuptials by simply tweeting a photo of himself and his bride-to-be. Instead, he went a step further: inviting a photographer from the Canadian Press wire service and a reporter from Toronto Life to witness and document the moment of his proposal.
UPEI is looking into why some graduate student accounts are being charged incorrect fee amounts.
Some Island students are creating unique, one-of-a-kind gifts for children in Haiti. It's called the Memory Project, where high school art teachers receive photographs of children from around the world, then spend a month creating a hand-drawn portrait which will be sent to the child.
One of the witnesses in a case against a Charlottetown commanding officer of a cadet corps told the court on Wednesday that she was traumatized for years by an alleged comment directed at her when she was a teenaged cadet.
P.E.I.'s Education Department provided more details Wednesday on two major school expansion projects.
A researcher in animal behaviour recommends people kill their lobsters before cooking them, after extensive research suggests crustaceans can feel pain.
A Maritime Electric meter was stolen off the side of the home sometime early Christmas morning, according to RCMP.
An Island brewery will be honouring a real-life "rabble rouser" with its latest craft beer.
The University of Prince Edward Island is expanding its suicide intervention strategy with the assistance of a grant from the Bell Let's Talk Community Fund.
P.E.I.'s Mi'kmaq First Nations were at the same provincial cabinet meeting that approved the sale of Crown land at Mill River, but the issue never came up, a judicial review into the land sale heard Wednesday.
The P.E.I. government announced two new family doctors for Kings County on Wednesday.
With a signed MOU with the province of P.E.I announced this week, Canada's Island Garden has sold all the marijuana it can grow this year, and is looking ahead to a massive expansion.
The snow started falling Wednesday morning on P.E.I. and it will continue, sometimes heavily, through the night.
January's hard frost will help make for a good farm season in 2018, says the P.E.I. Potato Board, and snow coming Wednesday could make it even better.
A program on P.E.I. called Computers for Success is giving computers another life by fixing them up and donating them to community groups across the Island. That also keeps them out of the landfill for as long as possible.
A Charlottetown historian is concerned that recent demolitions of older homes are part of a worrying trend — but a city official says in most recent cases, the homes were empty and not 'an asset' to the city.
Status of Women Minister Maryam Monsef says she's moved by the #MeToo momentum. She will announce details of the national strategy to tackle gender-based violence in Peterborough, Ont. today.
The Bank of Canada is widely expected to hike its benchmark interest rate for the third time in a year this morning. But what happens after that is anyone's guess.
Parents of students in Stratford Elementary and Glen Stewart Primary schools are carefully following details of the planned 14-classroom expansion.
The Swiss government's recent ban on boiling lobsters alive may have had some Maritimers chuckling, but one researcher said there's merit to the move, and it's "very likely" lobsters feel pain.
One Island family is expressing disappointment that a P.E.I. summer camp for children with Type 1 diabetes won't reopen this summer.
The Whisperwood Villa seniors home in Charlottetown is temporarily restricting visits from family and friends as a precaution after two cases of the flu were confirmed in the building over the weekend.
The court martial of a former army cadet commanding officer is into its second day in Charlottetown.
Charlottetown Police are asking for the public's help to find Stacey Gail Smith, who was last seen Monday evening in Charlottetown.
Plans by a Nova Scotia pulp mill to pipe treated effluent into the Northumberland Strait shouldn't pose a significant risk to water quality in the strait, says an expert on the subject — though he understands why fishermen are concerned about it.
Don McDougall, the owner of the old provincial Mill River properties in western P.E.I., testified at a judicial hearing in P.E.I. Supreme Court Tuesday into Indigenous claims to the land.
P.E.I.'s Department of Justice and Public Safety outlined more preliminary directions for cannabis legislation in Prince Edward Island, including where and how the product will be sourced and sold.
Organizations and businesses in the Souris area are handing out welcome baskets to newcomers.
The owner of the former Holland College building on Granville Street in Summerside, P.E.I., has new plan for developing it.
Charlottetown's Youth Retention Advisory Board has launched an anonymous online survey to ask youth how they feel about access to affordable housing in the city.
A team from Grace Christian School in Charlottetown will represent Canada for the second year in a row at the Future City competition in Washington, D.C.
At least 89 vessels exceeded the speed limit in the Gulf of St. Lawrence in the first three weeks after it was imposed last summer to try to prevent further deaths of endangered North Atlantic right whales, a document obtained by CBC News shows.
Summerside city council voted Monday night to enter into an energy management deal with Honeywell Inc.
Diabetes Canada is closing a popular camp on P.E.I. for Island children with Type 1 diabetes, along with their summer camp in neighbouring New Brunswick.
Toronto is becoming a test bed for new smart-city technology, but some observers are concerned about the privacy of the data the city would be collecting.
Voices claiming to represent business cry foul on wage hikes. But just watch how quickly capitalism adapts.
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