Monday, July 4, 2022

New COVID-19 Restrictions Are Having An Impact On Maritime Bus

Mike Cassidy, the owner of Maritime Bus and Coach Atlantic, has stated that new COVID-19 restrictions in the province are having an impact on his business. He also added...

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...

Prince Edward Island Premier Dennis King Changes Staff At The Top Of Provincial Government...

Prince Edward Island Premier Dennis King has decided to make some changes in the ranks of the senior provincial government. After notifying the public that Paul Ledwell is leaving...

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...

Golf Season Starts in P.E.I.

This weekend, three golf courses have been opened for business on P.E.I. Andersons Creek, Avondale and Belfast are the three golf courses opened during the weekend. Despite chillier temperatures,...

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...

5 Takeaways on How P.E.I Voted This Federal Election

The 2021 federal election may be almost over – pending the counting of mailed-in ballots – but the analysis is far from over. Liberals will, once again, be the party...

Damage from a Decade of Deforestation Will Take a Generation to Fix – P.E.I....

P.E.I’s Environment Minister Steven Myers told the legislature on Thursday 6 that it will take a generation to mend the environmental damage caused by the last decade of deforestation...

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...

P.E.I. First Nation to Honour Residential School Victims from Kamloops, B.C.

When Abegweit First Nation Chief Junior Gould recalls the bodies of the 215 children discovered buried at a previous residential school in Kamloops, B.C., he also thinks about his father, who...