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Islanders are encouraged to prepare for difficult travel conditions and possible power outages as snow and freezing rain is expected to hit P.E.I. on Sunday and into Monday.
Now that you've tidied up with Marie Kondo's new Netflix series, what do you to with all of your excess stuff? Here are some ideas.
Island writers are sharpening their pencils — if people still do that — in anticipation of the launch of a contest to write a short story of 2,500 words or less in just one week.
The Canadian Mental Health Association is stepping into classrooms in Prince Edward Island this week to talk to Grade 9 students about suicide.
P.E.I.'s new child advocate Michele Dorsey says as the province's very first person in the role, she is feeling the pressure to live up to high expectations.
The federal Department of Transportation recently added more rules on who can operate drones, where they can fly and what they can carry and it's sparked mixed reaction for people in the drone business on P.E.I.
A P.E.I. couple has been sentenced to jail time for defrauding the province of close to $200,000 in social assistance payments.
Fewer than one in five immigrants recently landed on P.E.I. are still on the Island after five years, according to a new study from the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council.
A former youth worker at Bluefield High School in Hampshire, P.E.I., may have his sex charges transferred to Alberta.
P.E.I. has announced it will create a child advocate position, becoming the last province in Canada to do so.
P.E.I. Early Childhood Education Minister Jordan Brown would like to see wages increase in the sector, but says the $7 increase demanded by workers in French centres would throw the system out of balance.
A free symposium to help Island seniors prepare for the referendum question on electoral reform is planned for Jan. 26 in Charlottetown.
A proposal to impose royalties on seeds, including seeds farmers save from their own crops, has the National Farmers Union concerned about a loss of autonomy.
A major winter storm coming to Maritimes Sunday will last about 24 hours, says CBC meteorologist Tina Simpkin.
Heading into the final day to sell party memberships, the five candidates to be the next leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of P.E.I. traded a few barbs at the Murphy Centre in Charlottetown.
P.E.I. will soon be losing one of its child and adolescent psychiatrists, when Dr. Anita Taj completes her one-year locum position.
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland urged Canadians to pay attention to the government's travel warnings amid a spate of high-profile cases of murder, abduction and detention of Canadians abroad.