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A P.E.I. native is one of two Canadians selected to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland as part of a global youth initiative, having conversations and sharing ideas with some of the most powerful people in the world.
After spending many years in the gym teaching fitness classes and sweating next to everybody else, the 37-year-old mother of four is working out in a different way — hosting a live, online 30-minute workout show for people to sweat it out in their own home.
Leading up to Family Literacy Day on Saturday, players are spending time speaking to students about the importance of reading, writing and working hard in school.
The P.E.I. Snow Crab Association, as well as the province's fisheries minister, say new rope rules are a welcome step forward in protecting endangered right whales.
P.E.I. Premier Wade MacLauchlan added his voice Tuesday to those concerned over Northern Pulp’s plans for a new effluent treatment facility at its mill in Pictou, N.S.
As Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott laid out the goals of her new department on Tuesday, her briefing documents showed stark health challenges.
A group from northern Scotland is looking for people of Scottish heritage in the Maritimes to help protect a historic site.
Islanders booked to travel to Montego Bay are watching the situation closely after the Jamaican government declared a state of emergency due to a spike in thefts and murders in the area.
As immigration continues on P.E.I., the demand for halal beef is growing — and Atlantic Beef Products is taking advantage of the opportunity.
National program teaches patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease how to manage symptoms and avoid repeated visits to the hospital.
Testimony wrapped up Tuesday in proceedings against army reserve Capt. Todd Bannister, accused of making inappropriate sexual remarks to female army cadets.
With snow falling and freezing rain expected to hit parts of P.E.I. Tuesday afternoon, RCMP are warning people to take extra care on the roads.
Last week the City of Charlottetown bought an undeveloped property on Water Street. The CBC's Katerina Georgieva asked people walking by what should be done with it.
Ontario-filmed The Shape of Water leads Oscar nominations announced this morning with 13, with Get Out, Dunkirk and Lady Bird also among notable films vying for Hollywood's highest honours.
Fisheries and Oceans Minister Dominic LeBlanc has announced four new management measures for the snow crab fishery in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence to protect North Atlantic right whales, including reducing the amount of rope floating on the surface of the water and mandatory reporting of all lost gear.
Voters from unincorporated areas in eastern P.E.I. have delivered a devastating no in a municipal amalgamation plebiscite, says the private group that sponsored it.
Despite controversy swirling over its sale and judgment pending in a judicial review, it's business at usual at the Mill River resort and extensive renovations continue uninterrupted.
The owner of a P.E.I. brewery says constant increases to the federal beer tax will be damaging to small craft breweries.
Dealing with Alzheimer's patients can take a lot of understanding and a deft touch but on Monday dementia expert Teepa Snow was on P.E.I. offering some guidance to health care professionals and caregivers.