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Some P.E.I. roofing companies are working as fast as they can to fix as many roofs as possible after damage from recent high winds.
It was a record-breaking evening for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation, which held its annual gala auction Saturday night.
Hundreds of Islanders used to head to Western Canada every year on "harvest excursion trains" to help bring in the wheat crop.
It could take decades for the full effect, but Parks Canada says its forest restoration project is already having a positive impact on P.E.I. National Park.
Islanders can attend free diabetes screening and risk assessment clinics in locations across the province during the month of November.
Every month many readers of The Buzz anxiously turn to the page containing JoDee Samuelson's column, which explores rural life on the south shore of P.E.I.
The Sirens are teaming up with the Mi'kmaq Heritage Actors to put on a show, A Part of You and Me, which aims to explore issues of sustainability, community and reconciliation through the perspective of whales.
Donations are being accepted for the annual White Cross Christmas campaign, which provides gifts to people on P.E.I. who have mental health issues.
The union representing postal workers has just rejected an offer from Canada Post. It now seems the Crown corporation will head into its busiest time of year mired in a labour dispute.
Beards have become ubiquitous in the last few years — not just for hipsters, lumberjacks and those whose religion calls for it — barbers estimate up to 70 per cent of men currently sport facial hair.
In the midst of literary award season, a new report says Canada's authors are struggling more than ever before. Fewer publishing houses, reduced income from educational copying, and publishers' focus on bestsellers are some of the reasons even award winners have to get day jobs.
The combination of an all-boys private school with a particular emphasis on sports teams could create the environment for sexualized hazing like what is alleged to have occurred at St. Michael's College School in Toronto.
A community forum to mark International Children’s Day will aim to look at the links between poverty, income and child health on P.E.I on Nov. 20.
While Stratford parents were celebrating a new high school for their community, the chair of the French Language School Board was disappointed that there was no money for the Evangeline school in the P.E.I. capital budget.
The Mi'kmaq Confederacy of P.E.I. has broken ground on its new Urban Indigenous Centre in Charlottetown.
The provincial government is adding more than $216,000 to the funding of the Prince Edward Island Rape and Sexual Assault Centre.