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“The story of teen age music in 1964 can be summed up in one seven letter word, the B E A T L E S. George Harrison on lead guitar, John Winston Lennon on rhythm guitar, Paul James McCartney on base guitar and Ringo Starr on drums had really caught fire among young Americans and Canadians. Th…

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As per every single election that rolls around, there seems to be those who feel the need to deface the strategically placed candidate signs.

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Constructed in 1865 as a beacon to warn sea going vessels of the dangerous reef at the extreme north-west point of Prince Edward Island, the North Cape lighthouse has been a source of great pride for local inhabitants. Long before the site became a windmill farm, the magnificent lighthouse w…

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The Parish of Palmer Road borders the shore of Northumberland Strait just south of the neighbouring village of Tignish, Prince Edward Island. The community is dominated by historic and beautiful Immaculate Conception Church which is built on high land overlooking the whole parish. When this …

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“It is announced that the lighthouse at North Cape, Prince Edward Island, after occupying its present site since 1866 is to be moved inland a distance of approximately 400 feet. Heavy seas at the north-western tip of the Island have washed the banks away until the lighthouse is almost underm…

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At a time when daycare centres were non-existent in West Prince, members of the Bloomfield Baby Band, consisting of wee tots and their mothers, were afforded an opportunity to get together on a summer afternoon. Hosted by a neighbour with a shaded lawn, the gathering held a worship period wh…

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“Rev. J. Clarence Pitre will officiate at the opening of the new St. Anthony’s Church Hall in Bloomfield tonight (14 December 1959) at 8 o’clock. The splendid new hall is designed as a centre of community activity, and fills a long seen need in that respect. Construction of the parish hall b…

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