CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — The Charlottetown Curl for Cancer will be missing someone very special this Saturday. This is the first event since the death of its founder, Carole Kennedy, who died in Florida in March at the age of 81. Kennedy was a longtime member of the Charlottetown Curling Club (CCC) and a former columnist with The Guardian and The Evening Patriot newspapers. She was [...]
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — Police Chief Paul Smith says a change is coming to the intersection of Pine Drive and Maple Avenue, next to Sherwood Elementary School. Coun. Bob Doiron, chairman of the protective and emergency services committee, has been bringing up concerns at the intersection for the past few months, saying people are not stopping. Doiron added that he has personally [...]
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — The countdown to the 2020 Canadian Folk Music Awards is on. For the first time, the national event is coming to Charlottetown, April 3-4. For two days, performing artists, talent buyers and music industry professionals will flood the city to be part of this large celebration of Canadian folk music. On Monday, with fewer than four months left until the opening c [...]
Charlottetown's department of public works has identified a number of potential projects ahead of next year's construction season. The wish list is comprised of projects flagged by residents, city councillors and the department itself. "These are a number of projects that we have identified that we think either need some type of upgrade or complete reconstruction to [...]
P.E.I.'s Mi'kmaq community will soon have a new place to gather, access services, and showcase culture. Work is well underway on the new Urban Indigenous Centre on the Charlottetown waterfront. The three-story building will be home to Mi'kmaq Confederacy of P.E.I. offices, the new Mi'kmaq rights-based organization called L'Nuey, as well as space on the ground floor for front-li [...]
Prince Edward Island’s Green leader is contemplating making history – as the party’s first Canadian premier. Islanders will go to the polls April 23 in a provincial election announced late Tuesday. Recent polls have put the Greens out in front, and leader Peter Bevan-Baker believes his party can win a province that has only ever been governed by the Liberals or Tories. “That pos [...]
As melting snow reveals more and more garbage piled up on P.E.I. beaches, one group of Islanders came together Sunday to tidy it up. More than a dozen people combed the beaches and roadways between Covehead Wharf and Dalvay beach. In less than two hours the group collected nearly 60 garbage bags of trash, filling the back of a pickup truck that hauled it away. Sarah Donald, who [...]
BROOKFIELD, P.E.I. — Many Islanders have been enjoying the fruits of Iranian native Aman Sedighi’s labour. His vegetables and herbs are very well received, too. The 61-year-old Stratford resident has turned his strong agricultural knowledge into a successful business. Sedighi came to P.E.I. in late 2010 with his family through the Provincial Nominee Program, leaving behind a career as [...]
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — A Charlottetown woman who relies almost solely on the transit system to get around says she’s tired of being forced to walk. C.J. Verbeem, 34, who lives in a trailer park at the end of Kensington Road, doesn’t own a car and suffers from chronic pain in her legs. Verbeem said she’s dealt with the frustration that the bus which handles her route doesn’t [...]
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — The arrival of the Halloween season puts many people in the mood for a few spine-tingling ghost stories. With this in mind, The Guardian asked P.E.I. authors Marian Bruce and Julie Watson to share some of their favourite spooky tales Growing up in Eastern Prince Edward Island, Bruce was immersed in stories about the supernatural. A descendent of 19th-centur [...]
Downtown Charlottetown will see an influx of people this weekend. The largest cruise ship to ever visit Charlottetown is expected to be in port Saturday. The MSC Meraviglia is one of the largest cruise ships in the world, carrying 4,500 passengers and around 1,500 crew members. "Height and width it will certainly dwarf any other vessel we've had yet, so we're really ex [...]
A record number of people are working on P.E.I., including more than ever working full-time jobs. That's according to the latest numbers from Statistics Canada released Friday. The figures show a total of 78,900 jobs on the Island in September. The total number of jobs had dipped slightly in August, after a record-setting 78,500 jobs in July. September also marke [...]
(Natural News) The word bacteria might conjure up images of tiny worm-like disease carriers, but while it is true that some of these tiny organisms are incredibly harmful, it is also true that many types of bacteria are not only beneficial but necessary for life. In addition to making their homes in the soil and oceans, both helpful and harmful bacteria also live in the human gut. St [...]
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