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Seniors Active Living Centre

Events continue in December at the Seniors Active Living Centre, Bell Aliant Centre UPEI: Crib Tour [ ... ]

Christmases past

Charlottetown celebrates with historic photo exhibit The City of Charlottetown is celebrating the h [ ... ]

Christmases past

Christmases past
Charlottetown celebrates with historic photo exhibit

The City of Charlottetown is celebrating the holiday season with a historic exhibit entitled Season’s Greetings. The historic display contains a variety of photos from the City’s archival collection, antique toys from the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation and City staff, as well as catalogue covers and ads from the past.

This is the latest

Hello winter

Hello winter

The Cove Journal
by JoDee Samuelson

Well, hello winter! One day we were blithely raking leaves in t-shirts and shorts, and the next day we were bundling up against a fierce north wind and brushing snow from our doorsteps. It would be nice to blame Daylight Savings Time for all this, but of course that can’t be true. Fortunately our stunningly beautiful fall weather gave everyone, from farmers and

Charlottetown mayoral election 2018

Charlottetown mayoral election 2018
Al Douglas announces candidacy

Charlottetown resident Al Douglas announced that he will be a candidate for Mayor in the 2018 Charlottetown election scheduled for November 2018. 

Much of Mr. Douglas’s career has seen him as an engaged community member in the City. He has worked as an event director for Tourism Charlottetown; the Murphy Hospitality Group, and has served as a volunteer on

The Guest Book: Adam Brazier

The unfamiliar

My name is Adam Brazier. I am the artistic director of the Confederation Centre of the Arts and The Charlottetown Festival. Although my ancestors reached Prince Edward Island in the 1740s, I only arrived in the summer of 2013. Having lived nearly exclusively in large cities my whole life, I prepared myself for a massive cultural shift. In truth, I was very excited about the many

NCPEI launches program

The Native Council of PEI (NCPEI) has officially launched their Aboriginal Mental Health and Addictions Program (AMHAP) after losing National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program (NNADAP) funding from federal and provincial governments in late 2015. Specific programs include workshops, services, and programs, including alcohol and narcotic weekly support groups. Lynn Bradley is NCPEI’s new AMHAP

Student learning assessments

Results from the last spring’s province-wide student learning assessments are now available. The annual assessments take place at the end of grades 3 and 6 in reading, writing, and math, and in math at the end of grades 9 and 11. The assessments inform parents of their children’s progress and are used by schools, boards and the department to identify priorities and inform decisions. School-based

PEI Judges appointed

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, recently announced the appointment of the Honourable Tracey L. Clements, a judge of the Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island, to the position of chief justice of the Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island. She replaces the Honourable Jacqueline R. Matheson, who elected to become a supernumerary judge effective January 1, 2017, after 29 years of distinguished

Food security and education

Community groups, schools, and early childhood centres will have more resources to teach Islanders about fresh, local food—including the students at Queen Elizabeth Elementary in Kensington. Research coordinator Karen Murchison of the PEI Certified Organic Producers Cooperative says her group will receive funding to provide Queen Elizabeth students with local and organic foods for lunch. It is one

Funding for M&CPEI

Meetings & Conventions PEI will receive funds to enable the non-profit organization to promote the Island’s diverse cultural and culinary offerings, as well as the business amenities available in its rural and urban regions to draw more events and delegates to the area, mainly during the shoulder season. Through its Business Development Program, ACOA is providing a non-repayable contribution

SMART Recovery expands

Self Management and Recovery Training (SMART) volunteer facilitators are offering meetings for those in recovery from all types of addictive behaviours. Meetings are 60 min with discussion and tools and strategies to empower individuals to accomplish the SMART 4-Point Program® to build and maintain motivation; cope with urges; identify and solve the other problems in life; and achieve lifestyle

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Some Upcoming Events

Festival des fêtes

Village musical acadien in Abram-Village December 17 & 31
Abram-Village  The Village music [ ... ]

Jack Frost Winterfest

February 16–18
Charlottetown The Jack Frost Winterfest presented by Island Coastal, returns to Cha [ ... ]

Dave Gunning and James Keelaghan in Summ...

January 12
Harbourfront Theatre Singer-songwriters Dave Gunning and James Keelaghan will take to the [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles


Profile: Kelsea McLean by Jane Ledwell Students at Morell High School where choral leader Kelsea M [ ... ]

2017 Symons Medal

Prestigious honour to be awarded to the Right Honourable Justin Trudeau Confederation Centre of the [ ... ]

CCOA will livestream 2017 Symons Lecture

On November 23 at 12 pm Confederation Centre of the Arts will livestream, in both official languages [ ... ]