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Community Inclusions Ltd. is a non-profit organization that provides services to individuals with an intellectual disability. The Employment Services Program is one division and has been in operation since 2002. The program began with one employment counsellor and after a few years it was id…

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As we embark on the 30th Purple Ribbon Campaign against violence against women and continue to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic, I am reflecting on the Purple Ribbon Campaign theme for this year: “Reimagining Safety: self * relationships * world.” As Chairperson of the PEI Advisory Council on …

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“On Sunday afternoon, 24 March 1895, the news was flashed over the telephone wires to Charlottetown that the mail train had gone off the track near the pumping station near Crapaud and that the fireman and engineer were buried under the locomotive and, it was thought, they had been killed. B…

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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 …

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The decision by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to shut down exports of fresh PEI potatoes to the United States is baffling.

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On Nov. 22, UK Labour MP Stella Creasy took her infant son with her into the House of Commons so she could take part in a debate. She later received a letter from Commons authorities telling her she could no longer do so, despite previously taking not only her son, but older daughter with he…

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Sixteen-year-old Jayden Arsenault of Tignish started figure skating at the age of seven. The Westisle student loves the friendships he’s made through the sport, and the focus it gives him.

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