Tony Davis

Tony Davis grew up on P.E.I. and studied journalism at Holland College. He can be contacted at

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Wishful thinking: 12-year-old P.E.I. girl shaving her head for Children's Wish

A Grade 7 student at Amherst Cove Consolidated School in Borden-Carleton, P.E.I., plans to shave her head next week for a good cause.

Parts of UPEI under boil-water order after water main break

The Wanda Wyatt Dining Hall, Blanchard Hall, Bill and Denise Andrew Hall, Bernardine Hall, Don and Marion McDougall Hall, K.C. Irving Chemistry Centre and the daycare building are all be under boil water orders.

Firearm threat prompts increased security at post-secondary schools

Schools across the Island, including post-secondary institutions, were open Monday despite a firearm threat.

Music producer reflects on 7th Music P.E.I. award

Jon Matthews is a talented musician, but he's also witnessed many Island artists hone their craft at his Sound Mill Recording Studio.

'Underlying issues' important to resolving rail blockade, P.E.I. premier says

P.E.I. Premier Dennis King says there is “unanimous support” to bring an end to rail blockades brought on by the Coastal GasLink pipeline project in northern B.C., after a conference call with other Canadian premiers on Wednesday.

Terminally ill P.E.I. actor Bill McFadden reflects on his life and his faith

Island actor Bill McFadden has been diagnosed with inoperable cancer, which has spread through his body and become terminal. He has decided not to undergo treatment.

Island restaurant cuts down buffets, too much food going to waste

Michael Perry, who owns The Breakfast Spot, says a lot of customers have been leaving food on their plate — and it is affecting his bottom line.

'Impossible' to sell vape product inventory before March 1, says P.E.I. convenience store owner

A Charlottetown business owner says he doesn't think the government has given enough time for convenience stores to adapt to a recently announced change to the way tobacco and electronic smoking products are sold on P.E.I.

P.E.I. students busy making valentines for veterans

An annual national program offering cards to Canadian veterans is in full swing on Prince Edward Island.

Come on down! P.E.I. man competes on The Price is Right

A dream recently came true for P.E.I.'s Mikey Wasnidge when he became a contestant on The Price is Right.

Charlottetown hoping to get help from province to battle crow issues

The city of Charlottetown has decided it can't fight the growing numbers of crows in some neighbourhoods all by itself.

Cornwall food bank getting half the clients it expected

A food bank service in Cornwall, P.E.I., is not getting as many users as expected.

Neonatologist hired at Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Health PEI has hired a new doctor to work with premature and sick newborns in Charlottetown.

Island woman to have 'awkward' excess skin removed after weight-loss surgery

Rachel Matheson is hoping to feel "at home" in her own body after she was left with excess skin following weight-loss surgery two years ago.

P.E.I. Chinese community raising money for doctors dealing with coronavirus outbreak

Members of the Chinese community on Prince Edward Island are aiming to get thousands of dollars in medical supplies to the areas of China dealing with the recent coronavirus outbreak.