Three Montague businesses continue to be impacted by a fire in the early morning hours of September 18.
As many as six eastern PEI athletes are among those competing on the national soccer stage in the U17 Cup this week. The 2019 tournament is being hosted by UPEI and Cornwall. Mia Martell, left, and Carrie Docherty, both 16, competed twice before nationally and are team mates on the PEI squad…
Only a year and a half ago, Noah Manning won the PEI High School Powerlifting Championship and now the 19-year old St Charles resident is one of the best junior lifters on the planet.
The Montague Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion recently donated $500 to the 327 Southern Kings Air Cadet Squadron. Participating in the presentation are, from left, Keitlyn Slade, Branch President Brian Rector and WO First Class David Campion. Submitted photo
More than 20 people filed into the Lucky Bean Cafe last Wednesday evening. Young Voters of PEI, a non-partisan group, held a discussion forum with candidates from the Cardigan Riding in the upcoming federal election.
Three federal candidates in the Cardigan Riding faced the public in an environmental forum Thursday night giving their party’s stance on everything from the elimination of fossil fuels to helping farmers and fishers transition to a green economy.
Heather Moore: I read your article on Lyme disease 2/10/19 with some interest given I had a tick bite back in 1991 when I was helping a friend clear his back yard near Wilmington, North Carolina. When having a shower that evening I discovered what looked like a blood blister about belt high …
The Morell Chevies scored four runs in the fifth inning to defeat the Alley Stratford Athletics by a score of 6-2 in Morell and even the best of seven Kings County Baseball League finals at a game apiece.
Well, as a newcomer to the area, I should introduce myself. My name’s Sean MacDougall. I’m 28 and I just moved to the area from Halifax. I was born and raised in the city, but I have small town running through my blood, as my folks are from Inverness over in Cape Breton. Growing up, Invernes…
We’ve had a hunch as to the extent of the housing crisis in rural PEI, but now we have a very clear picture thanks to the Eastern PEI Housing Analysis, the first comprehensive look at both the depth of the issue and possible solutions.
Michael Adamson of Vancouver donated old brownface pictures of Justin Trudeau and friends to Time magazine but did not want to cause a controversy. Rather, he says he was motivated by the public’s right to know. That’s hogwash.
Auricular acupuncture provided at the Montague Community Mental Health Office is now only available to clients with a doctor’s prescription. A change that could leave some out of the picture.
Despite a September that included a post tropical storm and a frost, the PEI potato industry has its fingers crossed for a yield that will be close to the five-year average.
Rural PEI faces a housing crisis every bit as dramatic as urban centres, but the cause and potential solutions differ, concludes the most comprehensive housing related survey ever conducted in rural communities.
In Georgetown Provincial Court on Thursday, September 26 Jonathan Gordon Schellekens, 21 of Victoria Cross, pled guilty to driving while prohibited and was sentenced to 15 days in jail.
Noah Manning and Larry LeBlanc have been heavy into training for the past several weeks honing their skills to compete in the World Powerlifting competition in Calgary, Alberta October 3-6.
The following letter was sent to James Aylward, PEI Minister of Health and Wellness and ccd to Dennis King, Premier of Prince Edward Island; Darlene Compton, Deputy Premier, MLA for Belfast-Murray River and Cory Deagle, MLA for Montague-Kilmuir
The dream of fast, reliable, secure rural internet is often promised and sporadically delivered. For too many, the reality is service that is frustratingly slow and woefully inadequate. It is an impediment to economic development, community sustainability and quality of life.
It was interesting to see Nova Scotia Premier Steven MacNeil speak out in an opinion piece last week ‘explaining’ to the public the ins and outs of what is happening with Boat Harbour and Northern Pulp’s proposed replacement for the effluent treatment.
The Island’s Lady Slipper and Joe O’Brien Memorial Stakes highlighted the weekend of racing at both the Charlottetown Driving Park and Summerside Raceway this past Saturday and Sunday.
When the series is on the line your best pitcher has to be at their best. Troy Coffin is often at his best in these situations. Coffin pitched brilliantly for six and a third innings to lead the Morell Chevies to a 6-1 win over the Peakes Bombers in the fifth and deciding game of the Kings C…
The National Farmers Union (NFU), like many other Islanders, is still in shock about the latest maneuvers of the Irving corporations to take possession of still more PEI land. What is even greater is the apparent powerlessness of the PEI Government to exercise its authority in the face of co…
A male in his 70s was taken to hospital by Island EMS around 2 pm Tuesday after the vehicle he was driving rolled into a field on the Campbell Road, just south of Knox’s Dam. A witness to the incident said he was meeting the car when it started to fishtail, went into the ditch and rolled ont…
A $1,000 deductible on claims in the province’s disaster relief program following Tropical Storm Dorian has left one Caledonia resident perplexed.
Three Rivers Town Councillors are leaning towards contracting out building inspections for the next year viewing it as a most cost effective option.
A Montague woman, Janeise Perrot, said her mindset about feeding wild foxes has changed after witnessing a fox attempting to ambush a cat early one morning last week.
The more than 200 registered vendors in the 70-Mile Coastal Yard Sale were inundated with eager bargain hunters on the weekend as thousands of people took to the highways and byways in search of the ultimate treasure.
Andrew Charles Dean, 29, sat in Georgetown Provincial Court last week listening to the emotional and financial devastation he caused a family after breaking into their cottage. He stole a large quantity of items and left the property in shambles.
In Georgetown Provincial Court on Thursday, September 19, Jeffery Douglas Burke, 31, and Stephen Blake Burke, 37 of Georgetown Royalty pled guilty to fishing soft shell clams in a contaminated site.
Staff at the new office of the Canadian Mental Health Association in Montague welcomes individuals with open minds and hearts.
Is there any difference between wearing a costume to impersonate someone and wearing it to mock him or her? I think so, but neither Canadian politicians nor the media seem able to distinguish.