Officials in O'Leary, P.E.I., are fed up with illegal dumping at the former community dump, which officially closed 15 years ago. More
Holland College is set to launch new occupational therapist and physiotherapist assistant programs next year.
The province and other interested community groups are exploring ways to encourage more people to report sexual assaults.
P.E.I.'s Kristen Cameron, a member of the national wheelchair rugby team, is back on the Island Monday to celebrate a new level of accessibility at the University of Prince Edward Island.
Tignish's mayor wants to see a ban on cosmetic pesticide spraying in the small western P.E.I. community.
P.E.I. has more to offer than Anne of Green Gables, potatoes, lobster and beaches, says the province's new five-year action plan for culture and creative industries.
PC byelection candidate Melissa Hilton is disappointed by how one of her campaign signs was defaced.
An Island farming couple is milling their own organic flour for sale.
New charges have been laid against high school music teacher Roger Jabbour after a fourth complainant came forward with sex-related allegations.
A P.E.I. woman is bracing for a long, cold winter after losing her home in a fire last September.
A woman is facing charges after a man was stabbed in the face Friday night, say Charlottetown police.
A Syrian refugee, now settled in Prince Edward Island, took part in a "children's takeover" of the UN headquarters in New York on Monday.
The P.E.I. group Island Mothers Helping Mothers has launched a project to show support for children who lost a parent to depression or addiction this year.
Island Mothers Helping Mothers are starting their work to get together to buy and deliver gifts to P.E.I. children in need at Christmas.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation held its annual Yuletide Gala Auction Saturday, raising $238,788 to purchase medical equipment for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Experts say the cost savings of a multitrillion-dollar driverless truck industry will be unstoppable. And Canadian winter road conditions will be no barrier.
When Jack MacDougall, flipping through the paper in 1982, caught sight of an ad for a used Wurlitzer organ, he had no idea his life had changed forever.audio
A P.E.I. man's request for some letters while in the hospital has become a runaway success.
Make your own Christmas wreath this season in five easy steps.
Two first-time competitors on P.E.I's 4-H team at the recent Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto have placed first and second in their division, showing their dairy calves among the best in Canada.
It may be a little early in the season for skiing but that hasn't stopped the Brookvale Provincial Park ski patrol from preparing for potential emergencies.
A new rivalry could be born on Saturday night as the Island Storm host the St. John's Edge to tip off the 2017-2018 season.
The Ontario Teachers Pension Plan has purchased the P.E.I. company Atlantic Aqua Farms, the largest grower and processor of live mussels in North America
P.E.I. musician Dylan Menzie is going to start 2018 off right — starring in a new national television talent show on CTV called The Launch.
A full-time nurse practitioner has been hired by Health PEI for the provincial diabetes program.
There's nothing like the taste of something familiar from your childhood — and one newcomer is hoping to bring that comfort to others with her new Indian grocery store in Charlottetown — the Spice Store.
There were cheers and applause at Sherwood Elementary on Friday after government announced the Charlottetown neighbourhood would be receiving a new $19 million school.
On the day the P.E.I. government tabled the second-largest capital budget in the province’s history, opposition parties took aim at what they characterized as 'unsustainable' levels of public spending.
Alzheimers has continued to take more from the 88-year-old P.E.I. man since he was diagnosed with the disease in August, 2016, forcing his daughter to piece together a life for her aging father.
Twenty barns across P.E.I. are now adorned with brightly coloured wooden "barn quilts" designed by local farm families.
It was standing room only at Thursday night's forum hosted by Young Voters of PEI.
With the number of speakers of immigrant languages growing faster on P.E.I. than anywhere in the country, the Community Legal Information Association is reaching out to newcomers in seven different languages.
'Canada does not engage in death squads,' while allies actively hunt down their own foreign fighters
Countries like the U.S., U.K., France, and Australia have adopted a policy of killing their citizens who have gone to Syria and Iraq to join ISIS. But Canadians who join the militant group have so far had little to fear from their own government, either at home or abroad.readcomments video
Tesla Inc. on Thursday unveiled a prototype electric big-rig truck that it will start producing in 2019, throwing itself into a new market even as it struggles to roll out an affordable sedan on which the company's future depends.video
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