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Workplace Video Contest

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United Way Campaign

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Volunteer Income Tax Program

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Home and School Survey

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Emergency Wait Times

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MPEI Song Camp Submissions

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Snow Pass

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Licences for drivers from Taiwan

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North Shore Winter Survivors

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Art in the Open Proposals

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Last Call to Perform at 150-Hour Jam

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Name a Confed Centre Seat

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Soundtrack for your Project

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Acadian Genealogy

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PEI Cancer Services Drivers

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Understanding and Preventing Abuse of Persons with Disabilities

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Kindred Spirits Quilt Guild

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Grieving Support Group

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Community Changers Photo Show

A Photovoice exhibition exploring the reality of living in poverty in PE....

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Stratford Resident Survey

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Carnations for Kids

For a donation of your choice, you will enjoy a bouquet of 6 Carnations. Al....

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Donate to United Way of PEI

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Beaconsfield Open for Tours

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Premiere Toastmasters

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Sociable Singles

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Art for Addictions

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Plein Air Fest Call for Registration

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Confed Centre Public Library Programs

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At Kensington Library

Kensington Heritage Library will host a Meet the Author Event March 12, ....

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Fierce Short

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Culture PEI: Board Governance Workshop

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Big Brothers Big Sisters

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Summerside Toastmasters Meeeting

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2014 Visitors Guide available

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Seniors Active Living Centre

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Clothes Washer Rebate Program

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Confederation Players Auditions for 2014

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Northern Lights Quilt Guild

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Programs at Confed Art Gallery

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Red Clay Quilt Guild

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Free Sobeys Nutrition Events

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Entrepreneurship Forum

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Open Class Days at UPEI

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Garden Club of PEI Meeting

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Grief and Grieving Support

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this town is small inc. AGM

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PEI Motorcycle Show 2014

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Youth Workplace Video Contest

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Island Wide Hike for Hospice

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Acoustic Performers Wanted

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NDP PEI District 8 Meeting

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Submissions Open for Contact East

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Family Earth Expo

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Children’s Haiku Contest

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PEI 2014 Celebration Zone Info Session

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Ball Hockey Program

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Easter Beef Show & Sale

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Sowing Seeds

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Children's Memorial Tree Planting Ceremony

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PEI Tweet Up

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Order of PEI nominations

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Learning and Caring for Ourselves

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Soul Food

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PEI Suicide Prevention Concert

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Cultural Forum: Creative Placemaking

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Love of Art, Community, & PEI

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Stop Colon Cancer Before It Starts

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Free Soup and Gardening Workshop

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Prince of Wales College Reunion 2014

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March 2014
A Taste of Honey
A Taste of Honey
Sean Murray’s Island Gold features a cinammon honey recipe

In Her Own Write
by Ann Thurlow

I am here to taste cinnamon creamed honey. I get some on the spoon and try it. There is the deep rich flavour of honey, a burnished tang of cinnamon. I make that little noise that women make when something is really delicious. It feels like chocolate in my mouth. I know it’s supposed to go on toast, but I could e

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March 2014
Let’s Eat Here
Let’s Eat Here

Country Prose
by Charlie Hansen

There isn’t a lot of music taking place around here this month so I’ve decided to be a food critic and give you an inside look at some of the eating establishments that we’ve found in this part of Florida. Some are good, some are historic and some are just so so.

Let’s start with the historic. We took a trip across the state a while back to visit some friends and decided t

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March 2014
Bringing It On Home
Bringing It On Home
Chef Kyle Panton brings his vision to Sim’s Corner

Chef’s Table
by Luke Arbuckle

Born and raised in the Island community of Belfast, executive chef at Sims Corner Steakhouse and Oysterbar, 26-year-old Kyle Panton has big plans for the restaurant, his future, and the Island food industry.

Kyle started cooking at 15, when his mother opened Christine’s Country Cupboard near Belfast. “It was straight into the

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March 2014
The Lonely Hunter
The Lonely Hunter

The Cove Journal
by JoDee Samuelson

Long blue shadows stretch across the field as the lonely hunter zigzags through the snowy countryside, dragging his tail behind him. Perhaps he is the same fellow who swings through our yard as part of his daily regimen, stopping by the bird feeder to dig in the snow for fallen seeds, then wandering over to dig through the compost pile to find some edible morsel.

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March 2014
Farm Hands

One Great Bite
by Ann Thurlow

By summer, there will be farmers’ markets four days a week in Charlottetown. This is such good news that I feel I could stop right there. Except that I should also mention that there are little farmers’ markets all over the place now. How great is it to put the money for those carrots directly into the hand that pulled them from the ground? What a relief to buy a chicken tha

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February 2014
A Bright Idea
A Bright Idea
Chef James Oja fills the Orange Lunch Box

Chef’s Table
by Luke Arbuckle

Many chefs will tell you it’s their dream to one day own their own restaurant, even more will tell you how difficult it can be. For chef James Oja, the journey’s been one of highs and lows, but at the end of the day he’s accomplished what so many other have dreamed of.

Shortly after graduating from the Culinary Institute in 2010,

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February 2014
A Wing and a Prayer
The author attempts to cook a duck

In Her Own Write
by Ann Thurlow

Badly done, it tastes like wallpaper.” I read these words in a recipe as I contemplated the eight pound duck in front of me. I consider myself something of an adventurous cook. But I had never cooked a duck. It is, I should add, one of my favourite things.

I should also add that I am an inveterate recipe collector. So I ignored the

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February 2014
New this Season

I’m Dining Out Here
by Andrew Sprague

My seven-month-old boy Charlie has recently taken to napping in the stroller. That’s led to a dramatic increase in the number of long afternoon walks around Charlottetown. It’s great exercise and it gets us out of the house, which has been nice. We usually walk until he wakes which can be anywhere from forty five minutes to an hour. We mostly follow the same rou

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February 2014
Pheasants Are Pleasant
Pheasants Are Pleasant

The Cove Journal
by JoDee Samuelson

The season of flannel sheets and down-filled duvets is upon us. Let us sing the praises of luxurious bedding. And fluffy wool socks. Next Christmas I am going to cut to the chase and buy angora-blend socks for everybody, because I finally realize that fuzzy socks are a gift that keeps on giving.

Speaking of Christmas, we’ve had special visitors at our bird feeder s

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February 2014
And It Tastes Like It

One Great Bite
by Ann Thurlow

You know that movie scene—the one where the lady lets down her hair and takes off her glasses and is stunning? That’s how I feel about the kale Caesar salad at the Claddagh Room. Sure, kale and I have been together a long time. But, let’s face it, kale is good for you and it tastes like it. The kale in this salad, though, is one sexy brassica. Sure, there’s parm and there’s bacon.

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Marshfield WI Annual Variety Concert

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ECMW Performance Announcements

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CAA/AAA Four Diamond Awards

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