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The United Way and Music P.E.I. are joining together to tell the stories of some of the people who found much-needed help through the charitable organization.
A Mount Allison University student wants to get people talking about more environmentally-friendly burial options.
An employee at Charlottetown's Queen Elizabeth Hospital inappropriately accessed the private health information of three patients, according to a new report released by P.E.I.'s Privacy Commissioner.
Residents of Summerside, P.E.I., will be eligible for a refund on household electricity starting Monday, according to a government news release.
A 39-year-old Charlottetown woman is facing charges in the deaths of two babies, according to Charlottetown Police.
Michaela Flood was taking a break from her job as a waitress at Terre Rouge Craft Kitchen Sunday afternoon when she noticed a parked car start to roll backwards.
The man who drowned on July 8 at Chocolate Lake in Halifax has been identified in an obituary as 28-year-old Connor O'Callaghan, who grew up in Mount Stewart, P.E.I.
Japan's ambassador to Canada expects to see more seafood from the Maritimes exported to his country once the Trans-Pacific Partnership is signed.
Czar Seelster won big Saturday night in Summerside, P.E.I., capping off race week with a win in the Governor's Plate final.
A UPEI masters student set out to examine how, 20 years later, the Confederation Bridge has impacted the Island way of life.
The number of federal government public servants fired for misconduct or incompetence has risen sharply in recent years, according to figures obtained by CBC News.
It's the time of year where a lot of animals are moving around, so it's worth the time to slow down and keep your eyes peeled.
Emergency crews were called at 4:17 p.m. on Sunday. According to Cross Roads Fire Chief Ron Young, about seven trucks and 32 firefighters responded.
Excitement rang out through Hunter's Ale House in Charlottetown with France fans cheering, dancing and singing as their team won the World Cup.
Prices of gas, furnace and stove oil as well as diesel all fell in the Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission's latest adjustment.
A five-metre wooden angel on the front lawn of a Montague home is the latest installment in the town's Art Trail.