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P.E.I. cabinet approves $12.5M in special warrants for Health PEI

The P.E.I. cabinet has approved more than $12.5 million dollars in special warrants to Health PEI.

P.E.I. gardeners asked to donate 'a row' to food bank

The Island Waste Management Corporation is using a social media campaign to urge home gardeners on P.E.I. to donate a row of their vegetables to their local food bank.

Charlottetown police warn about misuse of over-the-counter meds

Charlottetown police are reminding drivers that misuse of some over-the-counter medications can lead to impaired driving.

Warm, sunny summer proves good news for P.E.I. wineries

P.E.I.'s hot, dry summer may spell problems for some crops, but local wineries say it's a boon for grapes.

Council of Canadians questions motive behind $1M donation to QEH

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital should not accept a recent $1-million donation by Irving-owned Cavendish Farms, says the P.E.I. chapter of the Council of Canadians.

P.E.I. underdog team wins gold at national softball championship

A P.E.I. softball team came back from a three-game loss to win a gold medal in their division at the Under 14 Canadian National Softball Championships in Winnipeg on the weekend.

New initiative designed to boost yields and profits for P.E.I. process growers

The P.E.I. Potato Board, the province, Cavendish Farms and its process growers have all teamed up for a new three year initiative designed to increase yields and profits.

Volunteers help track a major forest pest, the budworm

Twenty-five volunteers across P.E.I. are trapping and collecting spruce budworm moths this summer as part of the budworm tracker program.

Meadowvale, P.E.I., mobile home park under boil water advisory

A boil water advisory is in place for residents of the Meadowvale mobile home park in Miltonvale Park, affecting 150 homes.

Quebec food allergy case an important reminder for P.E.I. restaurants

The case of a Quebec waiter arrested after serving salmon tartare to a man with a severe seafood allergy serves as an important reminder for those in the industry, says a Charlottetown restaurant owner and past president of Restaurants Canada.