Police investigate hit and run of 11-year-old boy
Charlottetown police are investigating a hit and run Tuesday evening involving a child.
Peat moss company gets huge funding boost
Northern Peat Ltd. in Ellerslie will be receiving a $215,000 grant from the provincial government and a $200,000 loan from Ottawa to help pay for new equipment.
School cop program in jeopardy
A Charlottetown city councillor is calling on the province and school board to provide funding to extend a pilot project and keep a police officer at Colonel Gray Senior High School.
Elizabeth May supports P.E.I. TCH reroute protest
Federal Green Party Leader Elizabeth May is speaking out in support of P.E.I.’s incoming Green Party Leader who was served trespassing papers during a protest Tuesday.
Protesters block tree-cutter at Trans-Canada site
People protesting a re-routing of the Trans-Canada Highway west of Charlottetown were able to halt work temporarily once again Wednesday morning.
Employment Insurance reform
The federal government takes a few steps back from changes in the way it claws back employment income from people receiving EI.
Not guilty decision in webcam sex assault case
Dwayne Arthur Hawkes was acquitted in Summerside provincial court Wednesday morning of charges he sexually assaulted a woman in front of a webcam.
Woman saved by blood donations launches drive
A P.E.I. woman whose life was saved by a blood transfusion earlier this year is launching a blood donation drive.
Rain fails to replenish Charlottetown water supply
The wettest month ever recorded at Charlottetown Airport and rain that has continued into October has not been enough to replenish Charlottetown’s main source of water.
European seal cull called hypocritical
The Canadian Sealers Association is slamming European politicians for allowing seals to be killed within their own borders, while banning Canadian products.