CBC | Prince Edward Island News
The Department of Fisheries and Oceans is closing several fishing areas due to the presence of at least two North Atlantic right whales spotted in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
The mall was evacuated Sunday afternoon after a fire broke out in the Spa Total Fitness Centre, police said.
Government offices on P.E.I. will be closed on Monday, May 21 for Victoria Day. But many businesses and services will remain open.
From bread to pastries to cakes, we sought advice from bakers on P.E.I. on how to make sure your creations have a higher chance of succeeding.
Just saying the Vegas Golden Knights are one win away from advancing to the Stanley Cup Final has a magical ring to it. But what's even more mystical is thinking the Knights are a mere five wins from hoisting Lord Stanley's Cup in its inaugural season.
A Nova Scotia family brings exchange students to Prince Edward Island every year as part of a Victoria Day long weekend tradition.
A rugby event in Enfield, N.S., celebrated the game, saw the launch of a new league and paid tribute to a player who recently died.
The timeline for the next provincial election was brought into question at the P.E.I. legislature Friday, and it's not any clearer when it's going to be.
Extra chairs were brought out as more then 60 people showed up at a public meeting Friday evening in Montague, P.E.I., to hear more about emergency room closures at the Kings County Memorial Hospital.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Charlottetown has introduced new food trays designed to keep food hotter and to improve the dining experience for patients in its care.
In the 1980s, buying alcohol in P.E.I. was more expensive than anywhere else in the country — meaning many Islanders turned back to the "tradition" of making and drinking moonshine.
There are hundreds of wedding dresses posted for sale second-hand in P.E.I. — and many of the brides have similar reasons about why they decided to let go of the dress they wore on their special day.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, now officially the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, were beaming as they departed for an evening reception hours after their wedding ceremony at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle.
Canada's Island Garden in Charlottetown is growing its business by more than it originally expected. The P.E.I. marijuana grower is planning to build a new greenhouse and warehouse at a cost of $35 million.
Wildlife experts say there's an outbreak of sarcoptic mange affecting Prince Edward Island foxes, with reported cases in Charlottetown, Cornwall and Summerside.
The death of Montague, P.E.I., student Brodie McCarthy has ignited discussion about head injuries in rugby.
If you're not too busy this long weekend opening up your cottage, gardening or re-watching the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, here are a few suggestions for entertainment.
CBC P.E.I. has a new podcast — P.E.I. Pulse — where you can listen to some of the best audio from our airwaves.
A injured beaver seen ambling around the Dalvay area of the P.E.I. National Park is now being treated at the Atlantic Veterinary College.