Thursday, August 11, 2022

Ottawa And the P.E.I. Government Invest Money In Glenaladale Estate’s Renovation

The governments of Prince Edward Isle and Ottawa have teamed up to provide money to the development plan for Glenaladale Estate. The board of directors for the estate will...

Businesses Adjusting to Reduced Mask Wearing Indoors on Prince Edward Island

Some businesses on P.E.I say the region’s decision to suddenly drop the mask requirements in indoor spaces caught them off guard. Premier Dennis King made the pronouncement during a COVID-19...

P.E.I Social Services Minister Receives Dressing Down Over Remarks Regarding Youth

P.E. I's new minister of Social Development and Housing, Brad Trivers, received a dressing down in the provincial legislature on Wednesday, apologizing for comments he made the day before....

Island Psychologist Study Surveys P.E.I Mothers

Island psychologist Susan Hartley is running a survey whose key focus is the mental health care of new and pregnant mothers. She told a local radio host that she...

Atlantic Canadians Flock to P.E.I. as Province Reopens to Travellers from Region

On Sunday, many Atlantic Canadians used the Confederation Bridge to get to Prince Edward Island as the PEI Pass came into effect. Presently individuals with a PEI Pass in the Atlantic...

P.E.I. Premier Hoping N.B.-N.S. Border Dispute Ends Quickly, Touts Regional Approach to Reopening

Dennis King, P.E.I. Premier, says the disruption at the border between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia is "troubling and very unfortunate" and he has hopes for a quick resolution. Traffic has been...

East Wiltshire Schools Hires Consultant To Review Homophobia Complaints

One of the P.E.I schools has engaged an inclusion and diversity expert to look into claims of homophobia at one of the events held Thursday at the East Wiltshire...

King Talks about Clean Tech Sector, And Mental Health Province Speech

Premier Dennis King recently disclosed that the province needs to make it easy for Islanders to access and navigate proper mental health and addictions services on Prince Edward Island. On...

Atlantic Bubble Delay Causing Stress for Some University Students

Post-secondary students who had planned to travel to or from the Island this coming week are disappointed and stressed because of the delay in the opening of the Atlantic...

Miscouche Family Displaced after a House Fire

A family of four living in Miscouche was displaced after a fire destroyed their home. The Miscouche fire department received the distress call at 2.30 p.m. at 96 Lady...