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Saturday August 1, 2015

23:22 Doodle Sale »Misfortune Cookie

Ola friends! I’m selling some of my doodles that I’ve been posting online. I’ll be posting them here as they come and unless otherwise specified, they’ll be selling for $20. The pieces are 9×12 bristol and coloured with fancy Prismacolour markers. In addition to these pieces, I’ll be selling: -$5 random postcard doodles -$10 commissioned […]

The post Doodle Sale appeared first on Stephanie Cooke.

22:32 Mariners play Nova Scotia on Sunday morning »The Guardian - Sports
In elimination game at national softball championship
22:32 Mariners play Nova Scotia on Sunday morning »Journal-Pioneer Sports
In elimination game at national softball championship
22:03 PEI Septic Guys (86 Words) » | New Topics
Does anyone know or have a rough idea of how much it would be to replace a septic system in our current home. We bought the house about 7 years ago, the age of the septic system is unknown. The house is 40 years olde. We aren't having any issues with the septic system other than some gathering of water/sewage? in a small pool in the front yard. It may need to be simply pumped out.... does anyone know of a reputable contact?
Thanks so much....
20:19 Ready to rock »Journal-Pioneer Local
Rock the Boat Music Festival in full swing
19:43 [CAT] "Cecil Is One of Hundreds of Lions Killed Recently in Zimbabwe" »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
National Geographic's Brian Clark Howard reports about the science involved in the hunting of lions in Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe is thought to have between 500 and 1,680 lions remaining, about 80 percent of which live in protected areas. The country has the highest proportion of lions that can be legally hunted, along with Tanzania, which is home to 40 percent of Africa’s lions.

Across the continent, lion numbers have plummeted by more than 80 percent over the past century, from 200,000 to less than 30,000.

Zimbabwe’s poverty and remoteness has made it harder for game officials there to keep a close eye on legal lion hunting and to prevent poaching than in some surrounding countries, says Wayne Bisbee, a trophy hunter and conservationist who often visits Africa. Zimbabwe is also often cited for its corruption—its president, Robert Mugabe, has ruled the country for 35 years— which can lead to lax or unequal enforcement.

[. . .]

In 2013, 49 legal lion trophies were exported from Zimbabwe, out of about 665 such trophies that come from Africa each year.

Zimbabwe’s wildlife authority has issued a statement saying it is aggressively investigating what it calls the illegal hunt of Cecil and has jailed two of the guides that arranged the shooting trip of American dentist Walter Palmer. The guides currently on bail in the Cecil case could face as much as 15 years in prison, and Zimbabwe’s authorities have asked for Palmer to be extradited to their country to face possible charges.
19:41 [CAT] "What Cecil the lion means to Zimbabwe" »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
BBC reports with Farai Sevenzo.

For a country that has been largely left to its own fate, the sudden spike in international interest in Zimbabwe did not come from the high unemployment figures, the food shortages, the state persecution of vendors, the lack of medicines, the lack of cash - but from a lion named "Cecil" by conservationists.

Cecil was killed by a US dentist fond of hunting, who was once fined for killing a bear in his own country outside the permitted hunting area.

The lion's death has not registered much with the locals - and for most Zimbabweans the name is more associated with the British imperialist diamond digger Cecil John Rhodes, serving as a reminder that the country once bore the name Rhodesia.

Indeed for the Zimbabwe press this explains "the saturation coverage on the demise of his namesake", and they have been reminding us that tourism and hunting are "mired in elitism".
19:00 Two properties in Montague violate unsightly premises act »The Guardian - Local News
Property at 252 Maple has been left unattended, while building at 352 Patrick St. is collapsing
18:53 P.E.I. team still alive »The Guardian - Sports
Mariners will play on Championship Sunday at national softball championship in Summerside
18:53 P.E.I. team still alive »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Mariners will play on Championship Sunday at national softball championship in Summerside
16:35 Pride parade makes way through Charlottetown »The Guardian - Local News
Great George and Grafton Streets were filled with colourful clothing and flags, loud music and cheering onlookers this afternoon. While the Pride Parade route also included sections of Euston Street and Rochford Street, a large crowd had gathered by the Confederation Centre of the Arts to ...
16:31 Defending champs set up showdown with Quebec »The Guardian - Sports
Winner of Saturday night’s game in Summerside goes directly to Sunday’s under-21 final
16:31 Defending champs set up showdown with Quebec »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Winner of Saturday night’s game in Summerside goes directly to Sunday’s under-21 final
16:00 Judge Nancy Orr sought to permanently disqualify man’s EI »The Guardian - Local News
Leo Joseph Woods said he was sorry for scamming program by collecting while working at North Lake fish plant
15:34 Rebelles defeat Mariners »The Guardian - Sports
Host team back in action at 3 p.m.
15:34 Rebelles defeat Mariners »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Host team back in action at 3 p.m.
14:50 Price of gas down 4.1 cents »Journal-Pioneer Local
Gasoline prices have been approved to decrease by 4.1 cents on the Island.
14:03 Weekly Journal + Links ♥ ~ Poetry Teatime on a Cruise Ship & Sewing Fun! »Life on a Canadian Island
13:00 Cocktail recipes to go »The Guardian - Business
Young business owner mixing things up at P.E.I. liquor stores
12:03 Sean Casey Can Probably Get His Job Back At Stewart McKelvey ‘So Soon’ As He Loses »
Sean Casey put a lot of partisan liberal paper, financings, fees and, PNP units through while he was practicing ‘law’ (remarkably) at Stewart McKelvey LLC, while acting as the President of the PEI Liberals and ‘installing’ Robert Ghiz as the Premier. He can probably get his old  job back, it looks as if he is … Continue reading Sean Casey Can Probably Get His Job Back At Stewart McKelvey ‘So Soon’ As He Loses
12:00 Deadline for $500,000 potato tampering reward nears »The Guardian - Local News
Deadline for the half-million dollar reward is Aug. 16, then drops to $100,000 reward until Oct. 31.
10:36 Charlotteteown police arrest suspected impaired driver »The Guardian - Local News
A passing motorist alerted Charlottetown Police Services to a possible impaired driver early Saturday morning on Haliland Street and a Kensington man was arrested for impaired driving. The 35-year-old accused will be appearing in provincial court at a later date. Charlottetown Police Services ...
10:07 Exciting, frightening and inevitable »The Guardian - Opinion
The media landscape is shifting all around us — bring it on
10:05 Flora didn’t soar until she was over 60 »The Guardian - Opinion
Former Tory cabinet minister lived to serve others at home and abroad
10:00 Everyone should read ‘Harperism’ book »The Guardian - Living
On the most superficial level, “Harperism” is a book by Donald Gutstein (Lorimer, Toronto, $22.95). However, what Harperism refers to is the group of principles, largely inspired by the work of the Austrian economist Friedrich von Hayek, which Stephen Harper has adapted as his political ...
10:00 How about a moratorium on Senate shenanigans »The Guardian - Opinion
Stephen Harper has shown, yet again, why Senate appointments should be removed from the office of the prime minister. After stacking the upper chamber with 59 senators since he was first elected in 2006, Harper now says there will be a moratorium on future appointments, at least until provinces ...
09:50 Crane appointment raises questions about patronage »The Guardian - Opinion
During the provincial election Liberal Leader Wade MacLauchlan stressed the need for transparency in government.He also led Islanders to believe that his government would not be a government where patronage factored heavily into the hiring process for senior positions.But the recent appointment ...
09:45 Souris requires more doctors to meet needs »The Guardian - Opinion
Guest opinion byAlan E. MacPheeWe wonder about the intent of the minister of health when he announced Souris should expect the results of a study to show only three doctors would be needed in the area. Dr. Reid and Dr. Berrows clearly replied to the prejudice inflicted on the study and the lack ...
09:40 Nothing changes in P.E.I. politics »The Guardian - Opinion
I see nothing changing within P.E.I. politics! I had hoped Wade MacLauchlan might be different, but he is just one of the old boys after all.This Island could be so much better, safer, healthier, richer if we had a government that really did do things openly and honestly. I was dismayed to see ...
09:30 Salary increases pass too quickly »The Guardian - Opinion
The recent pay raise for the Charlottetown mayor and councillors had a very sneaky side to it. According to the Guardian's page 1 cover story of July 15, this pay hike by themselves for themselves was done quickly, without debate.The timing of this was also sneaky, conveniently tucked in not ...
09:30 Woman who went to Moncton instead of Sleepy Hollow gets more time »The Guardian - Local News
Penny Jane Duncan, 31, of Charlottetown turns herself in after missing all but one weekend jail term
09:18 How To Get Free Windows 10 Upgrade Now »Aquilium Group Inc.
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08:57 Daily Specials for Saturday, August 1, 2015 »Casa Mia Daily Specials

The Daily Specials at Casa Mia Restaurant for Saturday, August 1, 2015 are:

  • Cream of Broccoli Soup $4.99
  • Chicken-Black Bean Salad...12.99

Casa Mia Restaurant
131 Queen Street
Charlottetown, PE
Telephone: (902) 367-4440

08:38 Impaired Driving Haviland Street - Man Arrested »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
Charlottetown Police Services were conducting routine patrols early this morning at 2:14am on Haviland St., when they were stopped by a motorist and informed of a possible impaired driver in area. Police stopped suspect vehicle and determined the driver was impaired; subsequently a 35 year old resident of Kensington PE was arrested for impaired operation of a motor vehicle. Accused will be appearing in Provincial Court at a later date. Charlottetown Police Services encourage the public to report any instances of impaired driving...Call 911 and potentially save a life.


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