P.E.I. teens missing after boat capsized identified as Alex Hutchinson and Ethan Reilly
Two 17-year-olds who are still missing after their dory capsized off Northport, P.E.I., have been identified as Alex Hutchinson and Ethan Reilly.
Bomb disposal unit called to Amazon's Dunfermline site after suspicious package found
A bomb disposal crew has been called to Amazon’s Dunfermline site following reports of a suspicious package.The fulfilment centre, which employs around 1,000 people, has been evacuated and staff have been sent home.It is understood the night shift at the plant has been cancelled.Sandpiper Drive, which leads to the huge depot, has been closed by police and a cordon has been thrown up around the building.
Charlottetown resident named president of Canadian Space Agency - TheChronicleHerald.ca
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Naperville apartment building fire that displaced 20 people investigated as ‘suspicious’
Naperville Fire and Police departments are investigating a fire that broke out in a Naperville apartment building Tuesday afternoon and displaced 20 people as “suspicious in nature."
Woman from East Ferris Township faces an impaired driving charge
A woman from East Ferris Township faces an impaired driving charge after a Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere check.
Fiscal update: Morneau projects $343.2-billion deficit; federal debt to climb above $1-trillion
'Those who would have us do less ignore that without government action, millions of jobs would have been lost,' Finance Minister tells House of Commons. Figures released Wednesday provide the first estimate of Ottawa’s bottom line since a December report that was released prior to the pandemic.
P.E.I. marshland to be protected after Royalty Oaks controversy
On Thursday, Environment Minister Natalie Jameson announced a 28-acre parcel of land along Wright’s Creek in Hillsborough Park will be given protected status under the Natural Areas Protection Act. The move follows criticisms from local
Kensington councillor asks about improvements to tennis courts at KISH
A Kensington town councillor would like to see improvements to the tennis courts at Kensington Intermediate-Senior High School. Ivan Gallant asked recently if the town should contact the Public Schools Branch (PSB) to see if anything can be worked
'An intense process': Committee nixes giving P.E.I. government emergency powers
An all-party standing committee has recommended against allowing extra powers for the Progressive Conservative cabinet to deal with the current COVID-19 pandemic. In a report tabled on Tuesday, the standing committee on health and social
P.E.I. birders should keep an eye out for deadly songbird disease
Backyard birdwatchers in Prince Edward Island are being advised to be on the lookout for a deadly songbird disease. This year’s first suspect case of trichomonosis was reported in Nova Scotia on June 16. Trichomonosis is a disease
Worst may be over for battered British economy: Reuters poll
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'They were making a lot of money bringing them to Canada': U.S. busts alleged cross-border gunrunners, Toronto man wanted
On April 27, 2019, two young men, one visiting from Toronto and the other a local resident in Columbus, Ohio, wandered through the Ohio Expo Center gun show, visiting vendors, examining handguns and talking to sellers. Stepping to one side, they