CBC | Prince Edward Island News
A pilot whale spotted near the shore of North Lake, P.E.I., was in poor health and had to be euthanized, said Fisheries and Oceans Canada.
Prince Edward Island will soon have a new act governing the registration of businesses, which will be the first major update of that legislation in 130 years.
The province has approved the creation of three new municipalities, according to a news release. The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission had recommended the creation of Three Rivers, North Shore and Central Prince.
A hard frost settled over Prince Edward Island overnight Monday, and unofficial readings show record cold in Charlottetown and Summerside.
On Monday, Environment Minister Richard Brown, Green Leader Peter Bevan-Baker, PC environment critic Brad Trivers and NDP Leader Joe Byrne discussed their party's platforms during a carbon-pricing roundtable.
P.E.I.'s Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission has released its maximum allowable residential rent increases for 2019.
Twenty four professional squash players from more than a dozen countries will be on P.E.I. this week, competing for sizeable prize money and ranking points.
Construction has begun on a park to celebrate one of P.E.I.'s favourite Paralympians. Billy Bridges Park is being built in Summerside to honour the sledge hockey player at the former Notre Dame Park.
P.E.I.'s Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission has delivered its final report to the provincial government on the proposed Three Rivers amalgamation in the eastern part of the Island.
Data obtained by CBC through Freedom of Information legislation shows there have been 102 cases where abuse was found to have occurred in long-term care homes in Nova Scotia since 2015.
As family and friends prepare for the funerals of Glen DesRoches and Moe Getson, both who were missing after their boat capsized last Tuesday, the community of Tignish is reflecting on a week of tragedy, and how they plan to move forward.
An Ojibway man on a personal mission to commemorate missing and murdered Indigenous women has established one of his monuments on P.E.I.
A book by late restaurateur John Bil has been published posthumously — giving readers a chance to continue to learn from his expertise in the seafood industry.
Brian Robert MacAdam was sentenced to 22 months in jail for posting intimate images of women on a website where pornographic photos of women were traded.
With fall here, and temperatures starting to dip, many Islanders will start to notice electricity bills going up.
A 25-year-old Kings County man faces a collection of charges after he was alleged to have been driving an all-terrain vehicle around Montague, P.E.I., according to RCMP.
No visitors will be allowed on the medical unit at Prince County Hospital as a precaution due to 13 cases of gastrointestinal illness.
A body has been found on the shore in western P.E.I., on the Northumberland Strait, and a family member and RCMP have confirmed it is Maurice (Moe) Getson.