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
Saudi students at UPEI forced to leave by end of September due ...
The Guardian's Quick Question for Aug. 9, 2018
Field announced for The Guardian Gold Cup and Saucer
Island Storm believes it has found a hidden gem in Dominic Shuler
Euchred lands invitational win at Summerside Raceway
Charlottetown Rugby Football Club, Halifax Tars was an instant rivalry
Ravens winless at softball nationals
P.E.I. Strongman recovers from scare, places second at Atlantics
ALBERTON – Even a bump to the head from a 300-pound log couldn’t derail Tyne Valley’s Mitch Kinch at the recent Atlantic Canada’s Strongest Man competition at Tidefest in East Hants, N.S.. Kinch had the overhead press all ...
FIDDLER'S FACTS: Famed ball tournament underway
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — The 14th annual Jimmy Fiddler Memorial Baseball Tournament got underway Friday at Kiwanis Park and City Diamond in Charlottetown’s Victoria Park and it continues today. The championship game is set for Sunday at ...
P.E.I. Mudmen hit the pitch versus Eastern Shore on Saturday after long wait
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — Finally! Yeesh! The P.E.I. Mudmen division two team will actually play this year in the Nova Scotia Senior Men’s Rugby League when Saturday, and five weeks into the season, it tangles with Eastern Shore (3-0) in ...
Freetown runner prevails in challenging event in Five Islands, N.S.
FREETOWN – Steve Reeves has accomplished something not many runners have – or ever will have – on their resumé. The dairy farmer from Freetown emerged victorious in the 2018 Saloman Sonofa Gunofa Run at Five Islands ...
Rail control could be key in CDP’s preferred pace on Saturday
Rail control could prove to be the path to the winner’s circle in Saturday’s preferred pace at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The 11-dash Saturday program kicks off at 6 p.m., with Red Magician ...
DOWN THE BACKSTRETCH: Time for a Governor's Plate rematch
With his perfect victory in the $25,000 Governor’s Plate final fresh in everyone’s minds, Czar Seelster takes to the road and will be the favourite in the $7,500 Lindsay Construction Exhibition Cup Invitational Saturday at Truro Raceway ...
Charlottetown Bluephins land in seventh spot at N.S. long course event
The Charlottetown Bluephins Aquatic Club, with 12 swimmers competing, landed in seventh spot overall at the Ken Dunn Nova Scotia Provincial Championships recently. Charlie Morse and Alexa McQuaid led the way for the Island club. McQuaid broke ...
P.E.I. man tears up the course in Motorsport Racing Canada’s Atlantic racing series
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — P.E.I.’s Kurt Taylor was on a tear during the fourth round of Motorsport Racing Canada’s Atlantic racing series at Miller Meadow Motorcross Park in Halifax, N.S. Taylor captured a second-place overall ...
Storm signs three-point sniper Kyle Arseneault
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – The first domino has fallen for the Island Storm, as the National Basketball League of Canada club looks to retool a team that finished with a modest 19-21 record and was eliminated in the first round of the playoffs by ...
With rail control, Shadows Mystery looks to be the favourite in CDP feature
Racing action on P.E.I. returns to Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park on Thursday evening with a group of talented pacing mares doing battle in the Race 9 featured pace. First race post time is 6:30 p.m. for the 10-dash program with ...