CBC | Prince Edward Island News
The Rick Mercer Report will launch its 15th and final season Tuesday on CBC-TV. The comedian and host of the program that combines biting political satire with folksy visits across Canada says he is wrapping the show up on his own terms and has no idea what will come next for him.
Scott Harris and the members of the New Jersey Devils arrived in P.E.I. on Sunday and will be leaving sometime after the game on Monday.
The Ottawa Senators and New Jersey Devils are in Summerside, P.E.I., Monday to play their pre-season game for Hockeyville.
A long term care facility in Belfast, P.E.I. is under expansion and its owner and a local MLA are considering starting a daycare there.
In the kerfuffle surrounding the Liberal government’s deeply contested proposals to reform the tax system, possibly no number has loomed larger than 73 per cent.
New figures show at least seven North Atlantic right whales got entangled in fishing gear in the Gulf of St. Lawrence this summer, and two died as a result.
The PEI Humane Society and The Upper Room Hospitality Ministry are working together to help keep pet bowls full. The Upper Room Food Bank provides temporary assistance to families who are experiencing financial hardship by providing free pet food and supplies.
The Charlottetown Youth Matters Group will present a session next week about the subtle ways social media can affect the mental health of young people.
The latest venture of the P.E.I. monks' religious leader is a new, private school in which students will learn in both Mandarin and English, planned to open next fall.
After months of preparation, planning and dreaming, Hockeyville weekend is underway in O'Leary, P.E.I., drawing many Islanders to the festivities taking place around the Community Sports Centre.
Summer 2017 was a smashing success for P.E.I. theatres, with business up by a whopping 25 per cent in some cases.
A book written by respected folklorist Sandy Ives is becoming a stage show in P.E.I. but before it's ready, the Homestead Players want to tell people about it.
A Nova Scotia-based think-tank says gas price regulation has taken millions of dollars out of the wallets of drivers in Atlantic Canada, but an economist says the report is filled with factual errors and the methodology is flawed.
Local farmers spent Saturday in Hunter River, P.E.I., teaching people what it takes to manage livestock such as goats, chickens, rabbits, ducks and bees in their own backyards.
P.E.I. Senator Diane Griffin is calling on the federal government to reinstate core funding for literacy groups across Atlantic Canada.
The traditional festival of Navrati will be celebrated on P.E.I. for the first time Saturday evening in Stratford, P.E.I., and its organizer says it will be "too much fun."
Well-known children's author Sheree Fitch and retired professor Anne Hunt have teamed up to compile an anthology of children’s poems from around Atlantic Canada.
Scientists at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto are hoping three dead North Atlantic right whales will give them some important insights.