CBC | Prince Edward Island News
P.E.I.'s consumer price index has grown a little closer to the national average over the last year, with the price of fresh fruit and vegetables being a major factor.
Regardless of their politics, Prince Edward Islanders are coming together around the death of Green candidate Josh Underhay, says Green Leader Peter Bevan-Baker.
Canada Post has released a Sweet Canada stamp set featuring five sweet Canadian treats from around the country.
A Vancouver woman is sounding the alarm for millions of Canadians who have credit and debit cards, after her financial information was shared without her realizing it. Turns out, some cards have “updating services” that allow banking information to be shared with other companies — a little-known fact for most customers, and something a privacy expert says needs to change.
Family, friends and the wider P.E.I. community are remembering father and son Josh and Oliver Underhay, who died Friday.
A P.E.I. mom has reached out on Facebook to find and thank the Good Samaritan who stopped to help during what she described as “the most terrifying situation I've ever been.”
With spring in the air, a fresh Bygone Days column has stories of food, from Islanders named for plants — like Violet, Pansy and Herb.
Women of all ages are embracing grey hair. Some want to ditch the tyranny of dyeing to cover up grey, while others of all ages are choosing greys and silvers as a colour.
Some businesses and services that were closed on Good Friday and Easter Sunday are open on Monday, April 22, but others will remain closed.
A byelection will be held in District 9: Charlottetown-Hillsborough Park following the death of Green Party candidate Josh Underhay, Elections P.E.I. says.
Interest in growing marijuana is growing on P.E.I., say retailers, even though seed sales at P.E.I. Cannabis have not been strong.
In the first six months of marijuana legalization, P.E.I. Cannabis is reporting sales of $7,077,150.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is throwing cold water on the prospect of importing Asian carp from the United States for use as lobster bait.
Political parties in Prince Edward Island have suspended election campaign activities after P.E.I. Green Party candidate Josh Underhay and his young son died in a canoeing accident in the Hillsborough River on Friday.
The growth of the Etsy spring market in Charlottetown is a testament to the creative talent on P.E.I., says organizer Suzanne Scott.
On Good Friday, a statutory holiday that marks Day 24 of the P.E.I. election campaign, the four party leaders took the day off.
Thursday saw the highest turnout in advance polling, Elections PEI said in a press release. Around 14,000 voters cast ballots in the third day of advance polling.
Margaret Macgillivray is just beginning her comedy career at 64 years old and she is piling up the accolades quickly.
The longer days mean the sunshine is streaming into your home and perhaps the need for some fresh paint is more evident than it was in the short, dark days of winter. Here are some tips for painting your place like a pro.