Carolyn Ryan is the acting digital senior producer at CBC Charlottetown.
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Charlottetown business group leader calls parking fee hike 'slap on the face'
Two Charlottetown business groups are saying this is not the right time to boost downtown parking fees, with the owner of Peakes Quay calling the move “a slap on the face.”
King would like byelection wrapped up before legislature returns in November
P.E.I. Premier Dennis King says "in a perfect world," the district of Charlottetown-Winsloe would have a new MLA in place by the time the legislature resumes sitting in early November.
New COVID-19 case announced; male teen had recently arrived on P.E.I.
A new case of COVID-19 has been detected on Prince Edward Island, bringing the active case number to three and the total cases since the pandemic began to 47.
P.E.I. has 2 more COVID-19 cases involving essential workers
Two more cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed on Prince Edward Island, bringing the province's total caseload since the pandemic began to 46.
Liberal MLA Robert Mitchell posts that he's stepping down
Robert Mitchell, the MLA for Charlottetown-Winsloe who was at one time last year considering a bid for the P.E.I. Liberal leadership, says he is vacating his seat.
Man, 43, in custody after armed standoff with Charlottetown police
The 43-year-old subject of an armed standoff at Euston and Upper Hillsborough streets is now in custody with no injuries, according to Charlottetown police.
Severe thunderstorm warnings end, watches in effect for P.E.I.
Environment Canada says severe thunderstorms are sweeping across Prince Edward Island with the potential to bring strong wind gusts, large hail and heavy rain — up to 25 millimetres per hour or higher.
No new COVID-19 cases on P.E.I.; no expansion of bubble planned
P.E.I. Premier Dennis King says the province still needs more time to evaluate the risks of further COVID-19 spread before expanding beyond the existing Atlantic bubble.
Some Quebec drivers may be allowed to stay overnight on P.E.I.
The Prince Edward Island government says Quebec residents are being allowed under 'extenuating circumstances' to sleep overnight on the Island while travelling to and from the Magdalen Islands.
P.E.I. has 3 new COVID-19 cases, 1 tied to long-term care home
P.E.I.’s premier and chief public health officer gave an unscheduled live update today, confirming 3 new COVID-19 cases involving Island residents. These are the first new cases the province has seen since April 28.