Jeff Noye has always been very active in his community.
Westisle Composite High School student Jayce MacNeill has always had an interest in politics, especially as a potential career path. Recently, he had the chance to turn that interest into experience by taking part in the 31st Annual Rotary Youth Parliament.
CBC Radio, Rogers Media and Bell Media have decided to pull the song ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ from their rotations because of the belief the song is inappropriate, especially in the era of #MeToo.
Members of the Alberton Fire Department answered the call for two generator fires following the storm that began on Nov. 28 that lasted through the night and into the next day. This storm left roughly 80,000 Islanders without power.
The owner of Rooney’s Funeral Home in Alberton is inviting family members the business has served during the past year to join the funeral home for a candlelight memorial service on Dec. 7 at 7 pm.
Domestic abuse in a relationship isn’t always physical. It can be emotional, or mental, even financial, and Crime Stoppers wants to help put an end to it.
The history of competitive plowing goes back at least 180 years in this province as the first match was held in early October 1839, under the direction of the Central Agricultural Society at Nance Villa on the property of Charles Braddock near Charlottetown.
This article rings true for anyone who wants to gain muscle and strength. Just about everyone can appreciate how getting stronger can make day to day tasks easier. Gaining muscle has so many more benefits than filling out a t-shirt. While moderate gains in both will come from just about any …
The Northam Community Hall was abuzz with conversation as residents from in and around the area came to say hello to the Bakri family, refugees from Syria.
After a two day delay due to weather, the construction of Tignish’s Lobster Trap Tree began Saturday morning at St Simon and St Jude Church.
A relative to the couple who recently lost their home and belongings in a house fire in Profits Corner has setup an account for donations at the Tignish Credit Union for the pair.
In the two weeks since MLA Paula Biggar wrote the now famous phrase “I don’t speak French” email response to a constituent, there have been calls for her to resign, and for more awareness of the French Languages Services Act.
“The Tignish Midgets, who emerged P.E.I. Baseball Champions during the past summer, were honored at a banquet in the Legion Home, Tignish, on Saturday evening (17 December 1966). Sponsored by the Royal Canadian Legion Provincial Command, the boys helping to bring the trophy to Tignish were i…
The office of PEI’s Lieutenant Governor says Antoinette Perry’s liking and commenting on social media posts of a Liberal MP was driven by friendship not partisanship.
Andrew Stewart, principal of Bloomfield Elementary School, never expected to be announced as the winner of the 2018 Prince Edward Island Teacher Federation (PEITF) Award of Excellence.
The couple who lost their Profits Corner home to a structure fire Sunday afternoon are overwhelmed by the support they are receiving from the community.
Over the last year, the North Cape Coastal Tourism Area Partnership (NCCTAP) have been working on developing a five year strategic tourism plan for the region, and will be holding an information/capacity building session on Nov. 27.
The 2018 season for potato farmers on Prince Edward Island, particularly for those in West Prince, has been one of the toughest they’ve seen in a long time.
As outgoing members of the O’Leary town council closed out their final meeting, they took the time to express their gratitude, and give their best wishes to the new council.
It was an exciting evening of professional basketball as residents of West Prince cheered on the Island Storm during an exhibition game at Westisle Composite High School on Nov. 9.
On 8 May 1945, Lieu-tenant Governor of P.E.I., LePage, addressed the people of the province at Charlottetown on the day victory was declared to end World War II, a conflict in which many men and women of West Prince County had fought to achieve. In his address he said: “After nearly six year…
If you’ve driven throughout the province recently, you’ve probably seen some electronic highway signs with the wording “Keep students safe. Stop for red flashing lights on a bus.”
Hitting the gym and wondering which exercises are the most effective? The ones that yield the most results are the compound movements. Compound exercises work the muscles of a body part as a group rather than isolating one certain part of the muscle or muscle group. This applies for getting …
There are certainly a significant number of international holidays that occur in November and December each year, but no more than at any other time of the year. For example, a great number of non-Canadian, non-Western, non-Christian holidays occur near Halloween, but this is interestingly n…
“World War I is over! Four years, three months and three days in the deep dark shadow of war-and then suddenly the full blaze of a glorious peace with victory and peace with honour. The change in the daily lives of Island communities from Tignish to Souris was overwhelming. The church bells,…
I am often approached by people who want my opinion on their workout routines. Many times they are relatively new to training and may have a routine they have taken from the internet or put together themselves.