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Here's a recap of Halloween events that have been shared over several issues of Island Edition.
Twenty-three municipalities were overpaid their share of property taxes thanks to an error by the province.
Who covers the cost to repair the Island's electrical grid following a natural disaster? You do.
Elections PEI will no longer conduct municipal elections on behalf of the City of Charlottetown.
Four large housing developments are in various stages of development behind Royalty Crossing Mall / Canadian Tire in West Royalty. Here's summary of what's proposed.
Two friends take it upon themselves to setup a public disc golf course
Summerside considering boosting transit system with increased service utilizing an all-electric fleet.
Atlantic provinces agree to harmonize technical trade licensing.
There’s more confusion around short-term rentals (STRs) in Charlottetown following a decision Tuesday night to delay implementing a new licensing bylaw. But despite this delay, city staff say the regulatory framework is in place to regulate STRs in the city.
From first announced to first tenants, new Charlottetown seniors housing building will take nearly four years to complete.
Mohammad Dalbah will introduce water trikes next summer in Charlottetown.
Tyne Valley’s Debbie Brady turns love for macro photography into a business.
Province is looking at the idea of introducing a digital driver's license to Islanders.
Councillors buy themselves 11 Microsoft Surface Pro tablets.
Request for information related to meetings between Premier and Maritime Electric turns up no notes, no meeting minutes.
Charlottetown Mutual Aid shares how the group helped Islanders; offers suggestions on how government could improve its response.
Port House apartment project could be back on track, but the city holds the key.
Fire Prevention Week kicked off Sunday with the theme "Fire Won't Wait. Plan Your Escape."
More details available on plan for emergency shelter.
Islanders will elect school board trustees for the first time since 2008.
After a slow start, the Atlantic's 2022 hurricane season is showing signs of an awakening.
Charlottetown working on a shared e-bike project, could launch next summer.
Ontario man charged with impaired driving after hitting pedestrian and crashing into a Water Street business.
The new unit will provide emergency mental health and addiction services.
City buys land for future electric transit hub.
GFL Environmenta buys Superior Sanitation and Greenisle Environmental.
Large housing development proposed for land between Mount Edward Road and Canadian Tire.
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