P.E.I. woman living in Walmart parking lot after failing to find apartment
P.E.I. Humane Society seeing more animals surrendered because of no-pet rental units
Road work will cause delays in Charlottetown Aug. 9
Crackdown on fish peddlers in Summerside
LENNIE MACPHERSON: ‘At home on the stage’
College of Piping theatre supporter offers first in Canada whiskey tasting opportunity
Elephant Rock might have an heir in nearby Kildare
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The Guardian's Quick Question for Aug. 9, 2018
P.E.I. MP Wayne Easter attends state legislatures summit
Rapidly growing Atlantic Indigenous population plays an important role in economy
P.E.I. chef adds East Coast charm to the Toronto food scene
COWS Creamery wins seven medals at American competition
Micro-grants used to support P.E.I. women entrepreneurs
JEFF SOMERS: Taking a vacation is good for your health
Ontario's provincial power company buys U.S. renewable energy firm for $388M
TORONTO — Ontario's government-owned power company is making its first foray outside the province, announcing a deal to buy New Jersey-based Eagle Creek Renewable Energy for $388 million. Ontario Power Generation says Eagle Creek owns ...
Toronto stock market rises in broad advance
TORONTO — Canada's main stock index was up moderately in morning trading as most market sectors advanced. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was up 89.82 points at 16,404.90 after 90 minutes of trading. Among the ...
Ex-Pengrowth CEO comes out of retirement to lead oilsands producer MEG Energy
CALGARY — Oilsands producer MEG Energy Corp. says it has selected veteran oilman Derek Evans to replace interim CEO Harvey Doerr. The appointment comes less than five months after Evans' retirement from Pengrowth Energy Corp., where he had been ...
Nevsun Resources board rejects Lundin's $1.4-billion hostile takeover bid
TORONTO — Nevsun Resources Ltd. says it has rejected a $1.4-billion hostile takeover bid from Lundin Mining Corp. as too low. The Vancouver based company says its board of directors is recommending shareholders reject the bid because it ...
Housing starts lower in July, fewer multiple-unit projects after busy June: CMHC
OTTAWA — Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says there was a slowdown in housing construction starts in July, following a near-record high in the previous month. The federal Crown corporation says the seasonally adjusted annualized rate of ...
Organic dairy farmers vow to compete in changing industry
FAIRFIELD, Iowa — Small family operated dairy farms with cows freely grazing on verdant pastures are going out of business as large confined animal operations with thousands of animals lined up in assembly-line fashion are expanding into the organic ...
Canadian Tire Q2 profit falls, revenue up but below analyst estimates
TORONTO — Canadian Tire Corp. reported lower second-quarter earnings and a smaller increase in revenue than analysts had been expecting from the company that operates Canadian Tire, Mark's, Sport Chek and other banners. Analyst Irene Nattel of ...
Peladeau says Habs failure to make playoffs delivered a body check to ad sales
Quebecor Inc.'s CEO blamed the failure of the Montreal Canadiens to make the playoffs for a major hit to its media ad revenues, a "disappointing" dent in a quarter that nonetheless saw the company skate to $1.04 billion in overall ...
Tribune calls off $3.9B buyout by Sinclair
NEW YORK — Tribune withdrew from its $3.9 billion buyout by Sinclair, ending a bid to create a massive media juggernaut that could have rivaled the reach of Fox News. Tribune Media Co., which is on the hook for a $135 million breakup fee, said ...
Pot-based medical pet products closer to fruition as research grows
TORONTO — Canadian pets are a few steps closer to getting their paws on pot-based medical treatments in Canada as more cannabis companies research marijuana's efficacy for companion animals. Canopy Growth Corp. is the ...