One resident of Tignish has turned to social media in hopes of finding her town’s health centre a new doctor.
O’Leary Town Council are focusing on removing the sludge at the bottom of its wastewater treatment plant to deal with the blue green algae blooms that have been an issue since August 2018.
The O’Leary Volunteer Fire Department will be able to buy 11 new sets of turnout gear thanks to a donation of $25,000 from Farm Credit Canada.
Healthcare was the main topic of discussion during a debate with the four Egmont federal candidates at Westisle Composite High School on the evening of Oct. 8.
The campground at Mill River Park was filled with students from across the province who came to take part in the cross country zone meet on Oct. 9.
“On 12th of October 1892 a newspaper correspondent at Hardwick, N. B. set adrift at Escuminac Point (just across the Strait from West Prince) a bottle, and in it he put a slip of paper on which was written the date and requesting the finder to write and inform the correspondent where the bot…
Support for the establishment of a medical faculty at the University of Prince Edward Island is growing across the Island, including endorsements from the cities of Charlottetown and Summerside, as well as many of our towns and rural municipalities as communities strive to insure medical ser…
“To Newfoundland, the oldest colony of the British Empire, belongs the honor of having the first Thanksgiving celebration in North America. This was in 1578 and was conducted by a clergyman who accompanied the expedition which under Sir Martin Frobisher brought the first British immigrants t…
Anyone who trains wants the best results possible. We train for the enjoyment of training when we have been at it long enough to appreciate it, but we all want results. There are many different ways to train and there are also extreme variations in the amount of time that can be spent training.
The family of the West Prince teen that was airlifted to the IWK Children’s Hospital in Halifax last weekend after colliding with a car while driving a dirt bike is being told by his doctors that he is progressing faster than they originally expected.
Heavenly music sung by experienced voices filled the air at Tignish Seniors Home as a choir made up of the home’s residents practiced on the afternoon of Sept. 25.
Modern technology will allow a retiring West Prince doctor to continue providing care to patients while recruitment efforts to find his replacement continue.
Sharon Dunn put her name in to run as the federal NDP candidate for the riding of Egmont because she felt like it was the right time to do so.
If Bobby Morrissey, federal Liberal candidate and incumbent Member of Parliament for the riding of Egmont, were to describe the last four years, the three words he would use would be busy, interesting, and rewarding.
Alex Clark, federal Green Party candidate for the riding of Egmont, feels that collaboration between the parties is the best way to get things accomplished in government both provincially and federally.
Conservative candidate Logan McLellan cites his job as a financial advisor as the reason he decided to run to represent the riding of Egmont in the upcoming federal election.
With the ever increasing number of people frequenting gyms, the opportunity for personal trainers has never been better. Everyone knows that weight training is extremely effective, efficient and can help burn off the bodyfat and increase the energy levels without a large time investment. Mod…
A severe electrical storm passed over the western part of the province on the Saturday afternoon, 21 August 1937, and was most intense in the vicinity of Abram’s Village. As a result of the storm the farm house of Abel Poirier was badly damaged and his wife is in Prince County Hospital in a …
On a sunny day, Alban Pineau and Grace Rayner of the Cascumpec Bay Watershed Association (CBWA) row out to near the edge of the drop off at Gordon’s Pond in Huntley.
Visitors to the Alberton Public Library were invited to embrace their inner butterfly on Sept. 18 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first publication of The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
For the past 20 years Leo Gaudet, along with Scott Harper, has been organizing a golf tournament to help raise money for the local Children’s Wish Foundation committee.
As Canada’s National Ballet School celebrates its 60th anniversary, it also marks another milestone: at a ratio of 16 to 11, this is the first year the number of boys in the graduating class outnumbers the girls.
Seems like just about an even split in the gym. People will join for many reasons including they love training, they want the benefits, recreation, social, health etc. All great reasons to train. But I still hear from some people “I don’t want to get big”. Seems like for every person that we…
“To harvest the bumper crop of golden grain in the west 50,000 able-bodied men are badly needed. The call from the west is for help and more help. The wheat crop is the wealth of the country and it must be successfully harvested and stored for transportation. PE Islanders answer the call in …
Miminegash residents are sounding the alarm after storm surges from Hurricane Dorian washed away the majority of the dune system at the beach on the south side of the community’s harbour.
Heather Radford was inspired to start teaching International Folk Dances to Islanders after spending time in England, where she had the opportunity to learn all different types of dances from around the globe from a professional group.
It was a time to catch up with old classmates as members of the very first Grade 11 class in O’Leary gathered for their 65th anniversary reunion at the Knutsford Community Centre on Sept. 15.
A five-year old boy, missing for several hours in the Sea Cow Pond area near Tignish, PEI yesterday (22 August 1955), was located last evening about 6:15 pm just before a severe electrical storm. He was found after an extensive search by upwards of a hundred persons from the district and mem…
The amount of information available on fitness and nutrition is mind boggling. It’s a billion dollar industry for business and high on the priority list for government because of the disease and health issues that stem from lack of activity and poor eating habits.