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Prince Edward Island Reports 3 New COVID-19 Cases

These new cases include three travellers. Two of them are in their 20s and one is aged between 10 and 19. The Chief Public Health Office released a statement: "Two...

Seven Homophobic Bullies Suspended at East Wiltshire School

East Wiltshire School has reported that seven students have been suspended for homophobic bullying. According to the report, some parents have reported that their children were bullied by students...

Prince Edward Island Expands Eligibility and Scope of Seniors Support Program

The P.E.I government is increasing the funding and supports available to seniors as part of its Seniors Independence Initiative. The initiative offers financial support and other services like housekeeping, snow...

The Prince County Hospital Absorbs PUCC

The Prince County Hospital has absorbed the psychiatric urgent care clinic without making a public declaration. Until recently, there were more psychiatric clinics in the area, one of them...

Red Shores & Casino Announce the Opening Dates for Horse Racing this Season

Red Shores Racetrack & Casino has announced the new dates for the Charlottetown Driving Park horse racing. The announcement affirmed that announced that spring races have been moved on...

Atlantic Bubble Talks Suspended, says Premier

The four Atlantic premiers say they are suspending conversations regarding reforming the Atlantic bubble, as per a joint press release sent Wednesday evening. The news said the Council of Atlantic...

6 Candidates Vie for Vacant Council Seat in Cornwall Monday

The residents of Cornwall, Prince Edward Island are voting in a vacant council seat. There is plenty of interest in the seat, with 6 candidates on the ballot. Parker...

P.E.I National Park Declared Dangerous For Swimmers And Surfers

Parks Canada has issued a warning, telling surfers and swimmers that Prince Edward Island National Park is not safe. For the third day in a row Parks Canada has...

Deputy PM announces $48.5M tourism relief fund for Atlantic Canada

Chrystia Freeland, the Deputy Prime Minister has announced $48.5 million for tourism relief in Atlantic Canada. Freeland made the declaration at Founders Food Hall and Market in Charlottetown Thursday while visiting Prince Edward Island....

P.E.I. Pride Festival Events Include More In-Person Gatherings This Year

This summer, the P.E.I. Pride Festival is back and most events will be held in person. The festival will happen for eight days from July 18 -July 25, with over...