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It was an overwhelming experience for Collin Dillon after he recently received the National Award for Teaching Excellence in Physical Education, given by Physical and Health Education Canada.

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After the Alberton facility was presented a COVID Warrior Coin from Lieutenant Governor of PEI Antoinette Perry, Executive Director of the Rev. W.J. Phillips Residence Colleen Parker quickly acknowledged the hard work of her amazing staff over the course of the pandemic.

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The Western Hospital Foundation has a history of bringing together community resources to fund essential equipment that supports local patient care. With new directors and a new executive, the foundation is focused on fundraising to meet those equipment needs of the Alberton hospital.

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The owners of Bray’s Independent Grocery Store were honoured to be one of the recipients of a special coin celebrating organizations who have done good deeds for their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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“A story of a ghost ship called ‘Hampton’s Phantom’ told along the south shore of this Province has been recalled by the recent stories of the so-called ‘phantom ship’ which appeared off Canoe Cove and vicinity reported, on 6 April 1938, seeing a large steamship brightly lighted in the ice f…

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Weight training is one of those activities that produces results. We can go to the gym for a past time, to see and train with our friends, for a hobby, stress relief etc. but is is great that our activity also produces positive changes is our athletic abilities and over all fitness.

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A 3,000 year old signet ring from Greece was recently returned to the country after it was stolen from Rhodes, an Aegean island, during the Second World War. It was returned willingly and with full cooperation from the Swedish museum where it had resided for decades.

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