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Packets of vegetable seed have been flying off the racks in stores across eastern PEI this year.

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Keira MacKendrick and Erin MacDougall both grew up watching the Miss Oyster Pearl Pageant in Tyne Valley, and while the event has had to change because of the COVID-19 pandemic, they’re happy it’s able to go ahead this year.

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Despite the cancellation of its 2020 season, The Watermark Theatre in North Rustico, P.E.I. has found a way to keep one of its most popular programs going. 

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In Georgetown Provincial Court on Thursday, July 16, a number of sentences were adjusted and adjourned due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions implemented at the Provincial Corrections Facility.

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As many as 43 Belfast area families are affected by the closure of CHANCES day care at the Dr John M Gillis Memorial Lodge in Belfast.

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While there were stumbles from the Official Opposition during the 28 day ‘emergency’ sitting of the provincial legislature, it did succeed in its core responsibility of holding government accountable, particularly when focussed on education, health care and protection of democratic principles.

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Our provincial government created it, now the onus falls on them to fix it - for everyone’s sake.

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I first joined Twitter in February of 2009. It was still in its infancy, but we recognized very quickly at Canada AM that it could become a great way to have meaningful interactions with our viewers. Back then, it was true. Since I first signed up, I have tweeted over 13,100 times. Sometimes…

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Our province has coped very well during the COVID-19 pandemic with a low number of cases and no mortality, thanks to leadership following the direction of our Chief Health Officer and the concerted engagement of Islanders.