Demonstrations planned for farm trade show

Demonstrations planned for farm trade show

A number of demonstrations and presentations will be staged during this Saturday’s Family Farm & Micro-Processing trade show being held at the Farm Centre. The show, which begins at 9 am, ...

Kings District RCMP make third drug seizure this week

Kings District RCMP make third drug seizure this week

A 48 year-old Albion Cross man is facing drug charges after RCMP executed a drug warrant at his home early Monday morning. Kings District RCMP members conducted a drug search ...

Montague Shoppers to remain open

Montague Shoppers to remain open

Shoppers Drug Mart in Montague is set to be sold as part of Loblaw’s acquisition of Shoppers Drug Mart, but employees are not expected to lose their jobs. On March 21, ...

Grade eleven student is seaward bound

Grade eleven student is seaward bound

From a young age, Kai Boyle of Cardigan was taught to follow his dreams, take chances and always try his best. Last Friday afternoon, his sense of adventure and desire ...

Brandon Quinn arrives home

Brandon Quinn arrives home

Brandon Quinn, the lone survivor of fire at 207 Mount Edward Road in Charlottetown last month was released from a Halifax hospital last Thursday and has returned home to Lower ...

SKC school frets over additional costs for playground equipment

SKC school frets over additional costs for playground equipment

The Southern Kings Consolidated School could have difficulty paying for all their proposed new playground equipment due to a change in funding by the English Language School Board. Kerri Miller, of ...

Teens call for youth centre in Montague

Teens call for youth centre in Montague

The recent tragedy that claimed the lives of three Montague youth has prompted students to start a youth centre in the town. Kyla MacKenzie, a 14-year-old grade nine student at Montague ...

LFA 25 votes in favour of individual fishermen owning spring and fall lobster licenses

LFA 25 votes in favour of individual fishermen owning spring and fall lobster licenses

By Zack Metcalfe zack@peicanada.com A vote was called in the Prince County Fishermen’s Association last week on four important questions concerning the fall fishery’s near future. 133 ballets were filled out the night ...

Fire destroys barns on Harper Road

Fire destroys barns on Harper Road

By Zack Metcalfe zack@peicanada.com A fire ravaged two barns on Harper Road Monday afternoon. The barns were on neighbouring properties, the larger barn belonging to Alex Tremblay, and the smaller belonging to Jerome ...

Mount Royal house fire destroys home but not wedding dreams

Mount Royal house fire destroys home but not wedding dreams

By Cindy Chant cindy@peicanada.com For Mount Royal resident Sally Betts, April 16 started out like any other day. Kids were put on the school bus, younger daughter Sadie was dropped off at ...

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