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Wednesday August 24, 2016

21:04 Bantam Chevys ready »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Host team plays two games on Day 1 of 15-under championship
21:01 That Time I was a Hair Model »Life on a Canadian Island
21:00 Milling site »Pedaling PEI
21:00 Pointing Skyward »justpictureit
photo - Pointing Skyward

I am not able to go back to the early days of SC to find the first shot of this deteriorating building that I showed here. It was nine or so years ago. It is shown here this past June, quite a bit more collapsed.

20:55 Defending champs 2-0 at senior women's fastpitch championship »The Guardian - Sports
Senior Eagles post solid victories on Wednesday
20:55 Defending champs 2-0 at senior women's fastpitch championship »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Senior Eagles post solid victories on Wednesday
20:42 Man pleads guilty to impaired driving after almost striking gas pump »The Guardian - Local News
Colin Seamus Farrell received a $1,500 fine, a $500 victim surcharge, a 12-month driving prohibition and probation
20:17 Peter Arsenault and Friends perform Thursday in Lot 7 weekly ceilidh »Journal-Pioneer Living
The Lot 7 Ceilidhs, held every Thursday evening at 7:30, will feature noted fiddler Peter Arsenault and friends this week.
20:15 COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS »Journal-Pioneer Living
See more Community Happenings listings in Events section at the bottom of the right-hand column of this page.
20:08 Another 124 dead trout »Journal-Pioneer Local
Collection expected to be completed Thursday
20:05 A gem with a future »Journal-Pioneer Local
Prospective owner sees potential with Mill River complex
20:00 Newer wheels for Gloria »Journal-Pioneer Local
Committee witnesses delivery of like-new van
19:58 Some Georgetown residents must pay up or stop flushing »The Guardian - Local News
Some are behind on their sewer fees and the town wants its money
19:40 Liberals will hold nominating meeting Sept. 14 »The Guardian - Local News
Government has not announced date for byelection in District 21
19:28 PC caucus not waiting for official start to District 21 byelection »Journal-Pioneer Local
The byelection to replace an empty seat in the P.E.I. legislature hasn’t been called yet but it certainly didn’t seem that way Wednesday.
19:22 Sweet, sweet peppers are wonderful this time of year »The Guardian - Living
Add them to scrambled eggs, western sandwiches and stirfries
18:00 Bay Road bridge in Inverness closed to all traffic »The Guardian - Local News
Effective immediately, the Bay Road Bridge on Bay Road in Inverness is closed to all traffic due safety concerns because the bridge is unable to support traffic. Closure will continue into foreseeable future. Barricades and signage are being installed to advise the motoring public of this closure.
17:44 Yeo ignites Reds at national senior women’s fastpitch championship »The Guardian - Sports
Fleming allows three hits as host team wins opening game in O’Leary
17:44 Yeo ignites Reds at national senior women’s fastpitch championship »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Fleming allows three hits as host team wins opening game in O’Leary
17:21 Summerside students ready for SIS band camp »Journal-Pioneer Living
The annual Prince County Summer Band Camp is happening again at Summerside Intermediate School.
17:18 STEVE BARTLETT: Italian disaster puts our problems in perspective »The Guardian - Opinion
I’ve never been to Italy.
17:18 STEVE BARTLETT: Italian disaster puts our problems in perspective »Journal-Pioneer Opinion
I’ve never been to Italy.
17:12 Queens District RCMP issue 74 tickets for driving infractions »The Guardian - Local News
They also gave 17 written warnings and towed four cars
16:59 Liberals set District 21 nomination meeting date »Journal-Pioneer Local
The Liberal Party of P.E.I. has decided to hold its nomination meeting for the District 21 byelection on Sept. 14.
16:38 Islanders outlast Mustangs »Journal-Pioneer Sports
In mosquito AAA contest
16:32 Ross leads RC United »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Campbell records shutout
16:05 Ford recalling 88,000 vehicles in U.S. and Canada »The Guardian - Business
May stall due problem with fuel pump
15:01 Route2 High Speed Internet 2016 reviews opinions? (131 Words) »PEIinfo.ca | New Topics
Hi I was wondering if anyone had any reviews or opinions of the Route2 internet provider in the year following their change of ownership and expansion.

When I was looking into them a year ago they had not yet come to my area but what I had heard was that the customer service and technical support where very slow to react to issues etc.

I was also wondering how they deliver the 5 mbs download in rural areas? is it through cell tower modems?

Do they actually deliver the speeds advertised etc.

I am really tired of bell being my only option and paying for speeds we do not get.

Sorry for the wall of text. thank you for any help you may provide....
14:19 Barbecue missing from storage trailer in Charlottetown »The Guardian - Local News
Other household items also taken from unit near Shoppers Drug Mart
14:00 LETTER: Reunion spurs many memories »Journal-Pioneer Opinion
Congratulations to John MacDonald and his classmates of 1966 for organizing a very successful class reunion after the passage of 50 years.
14:00 Jail time for P.E.I. man who turned violent during car sale »The Guardian - Local News
Richard Robert Hannell, who was pepper sprayed after getting into a fight over a used-car sale, sentenced to 111 days
14:00 Man who threatened to kill two police officers and families jailed »The Guardian - Local News
Richard Robert Hannell, who was pepper sprayed after getting into a fight over a used-car sale, sentenced to 111 days
13:56 UPDATE: Young man gets ticket for RV collision »The Guardian - Local News
Crash in New London leads to injuries when car crosses centre line, hits motor home
13:49 UPDATED: Nine-run inning sparks N.B. past Island Impact »The Guardian - Sports
Whitby teams off to winning starts at senior women's fastpitch ch'ship in O'Leary
13:49 UPDATED: Nine-run inning sparks N.B. past Island Impact »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Whitby teams off to winning starts at senior women's fastpitch ch'ship in O'Leary
13:49 Whitby teams off to winning starts »Journal-Pioneer Sports
At national senior women’s fastpitch championship
13:34 I am a Connection Machine »ruk.ca from peter rukavina

You may recall that a year ago, Nadja, the eldest daughter of my dear old friends Yvonne and Bob, landed on Prince Edward Island with friends, a leg on their post-graduation east coast tour.

Fast-forward a year, and Nadja is now thousands of miles away, rough camping in a Slovakian castle with her partner Hannes.

Next week they’re headed for Berlin and, challenged for a place to stay, asked me if I knew of someone they could crash with.

My friend Morgan gamely and generously volunteered.

Which is how I found myself today chatting with Morgan in Berlin via Twitter in one window and Nadja in Slovakia in another, coordinating details of said arrangement.

I haven’t been this connection-proud since I arranged for Nadja’s cousin Cal to visit SoundCloud 4 years ago.

You are a generous city, Berlin.

13:16 [NEWS] Some Wednesday links »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)

  • Bloomberg talks about Poland's problems with economic growth, notes that McMansions are poor investments, considers what to do about the Olympics post-Rio, looks at new Japanese tax incentives for working women, looks at a French war museum that put its stock up for sale, examines the power of the New Zealand dairy, looks at the Yasukuni controversies, and notes Huawei's progress in China.

  • Bloomberg View is hopeful for Brazil, argues demographics are dooming Abenomics, suggests ways for the US to pit Russia versus Iran, looks at Chinese fisheries and the survival of the ocean, notes that high American population growth makes the post-2008 economic recovery relatively less notable, looks at Emperor Akihito's opposition to Japanese remilitarization, and argues that Europe's soft response to terrorism is not a weakness.

  • CBC notes that Russian doping whistleblowers fear for their lives, looks at how New Brunswick farmers are adapting to climate change, and looks at how Neanderthals' lack of facility with tools may have doomed them.

  • The Globe and Mail argues Ontario should imitate Michigan instead of Québec, notes the new Anne of Green Gables series on Netflix, and predicts good things for Tim Horton's in the Philippines.

  • The Guardian notes that Canada's impending deal with the European Union is not any model for the United Kingdom.

  • The Inter Press Service looks at child executions in Iran.

  • MacLean's notes that Great Lakes mayors have joined to challenge a diversion of water from their shared basin.

  • National Geographic looks at the elephant ivory trade, considers the abstract intelligence of birds, considers the Mayan calendar's complexities, and looks at how the young generation treats Pluto's dwarf planet status.

  • The National Post notes that VIA Rail is interested in offering a low-cost bus route along the Highway of Tears in northern British Columbia.

  • Open Democracy notes that the last Russian prisoner in Guantanamo does not want to go home, and wonders why the West ignores the Rwandan dictatorship.

  • TVO considers how rural communities can attract immigrants.

  • Universe Today suggests sending our digital selves to the stars, looks at how cirrus clouds kept early Mars warm and wet, and notes the discovery of an early-forming direct-collapse black hole.

  • Variance Explained looks at how Donald Trump's tweets clearly show two authors at work.

  • The Washignton Post considers what happens when a gay bar becomes a bar with more general appeal.

  • Wired notes that the World Wide Web still is far from achieving its founders' dreams, looks at how news apps are dying off, and reports on the Univision purchase of Gawker.

12:45 [BLOG] Some Wednesday links »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)

  • blogTO notes the all-gender washrooms of the CNE.

  • The Broadside Blog's Caitlin Kelly looks at ways people can preserve themselves.

  • Dangerous Minds shares photos of homeless people, by themselves and dressed in their childhood dreams.

  • False Steps looks at a proposed Soviet orbital tug.

  • Far Outliers looks at the Navajo, at their pastoralist lifestyle, at their adaptiveness, and at their 1864-1865 deportation east and their 1868 return.

  • Marginal Revolution notes the extreme dependence of Australia on China.

  • The Planetary Society Blog considers the question of scale in a Mars photo.

  • Towleroad notes the impending success of Frank Ocean's album.

  • Window on Eurasia suggests Russia is undercounting Ukrainians, despairs for the future of Russia-Ukraine relations, and notes the Hitler-Stalin alliance's legacies.

12:21 NATIONAL AFFAIRS: What would Jack make of today's NDP? »Journal-Pioneer Opinion
Five years on, what would Jack Layton make of the Canadian political landscape and the gloomy state of the party he led to unprecedented heights before his premature death?
12:03 Raccoons cause disturbance, power outage in Charlottetown »The Guardian - Local News
Resident calls police about noise, then dead raccoon found under power line
11:19 Closed gas station in downtown Summerside demolished »Journal-Pioneer Local
The former Ultramar gas station on Water Street in Summerside has been demolished.
10:49 From lobster to coffee cups and batteries? Chemist works to turn shells into plastics »The Guardian - Business
VANCOUVER, B.C. - Where most people see an empty shell after a tasty dinner, a scientist in Vancouver sees an opportunity to create a sustainable new plastic.
10:49 From lobster to coffee cups and batteries? Chemist works to turn shells into plastics »Journal-Pioneer Business
VANCOUVER, B.C. - Where most people see an empty shell after a tasty dinner, a scientist in Vancouver sees an opportunity to create a sustainable new plastic.
10:17 A Cure For The Tired Traveler – Express Lunch at Elements Restaurant »The Snapped Fork
The Mr. and I don’t start work for a few weeks, so now that the kids are back to the grind at school, we have a bit of time on our hands. I’m fighting excruciating jetlag and loosing – wide awake till 4:30am – then crashing back to sleep till noon, so today we decided … Read More
09:57 Ellis Family Band and Fiddlers’ Sons at Harbourfront Theatre tonight »The Guardian - Living
The 20th anniversary celebrations continue at Harbourfront Theatre tonight with a sold out gala featuring The Ellis Family Band and Fiddlers’ Sons. The evening, almost 20 years to the day of the official grand opening, will be filled with lots of memories, a surprise or two and a reception in ...
09:37 Interest grows in P.E.I. byelection   »The Guardian - Opinion
It’s been more than three weeks since Janice Sherry made the surprise announcement she was quitting politics and immediately resigning her Summerside-Wilmot seat. Although the vacancy has received scant attention from Premier Wade MacLauchlan, there is an expectation for a byelection prior to ...
09:33 Daily Specials for Wednesday, August 24, 2016 »Casa Mia Daily Specials

The Daily Specials at Casa Mia Restaurant for Wednesday, August 24, 2016 are:

  • Sweet Chilli Chicken Wrap $12.99 Chicken, sweet chilli sauce, peppers, mixed greens and feta cheese on w whole wheat wrap. Served with black bean salad.
  • Potato Cheddar Soup $4.99

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

09:29 [PHOTO] Six photos from Trinity Bellwoods Park »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
Last evening, I took a quick walk in a roughly diagonal direction, from the steps in the southeast up to Dundas and Shaw, through Trinity Bellwoods Park.

Into the sun #toronto #trinitybellwoods #queenstreetwest #evening


Closed off #toronto #trinitybellwoods #queenstreetwest


Under the trees #toronto #trinitybellwoods #queenstreetwest


Down #toronto #trinitybellwoods #queenstreetwest


Deep #toronto #trinitybellwoods #queenstreetwest


Together #toronto #trinitybellwoods #queenstreetwest
09:29 Health-care system not listening to chronic pain concerns »The Guardian - Opinion
Lack of integrated pain management services on P.E.I. serious, growing problem
09:26 Atlantic Canada living in energy poverty »The Guardian - Opinion
By KEN GREEN
09:23 BDS movement supports goals   »The Guardian - Opinion
EDITOR: I read with interest Greg Perry’s cartoon on August 17th commenting on the fact that supporting Boycott Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) was a step toward irrelevance for the Green Party. This morning, Aug. 22, five days later is another anti-BDS cartoon by Perry and published by the ...
09:22 [PHOTO] Three photos of merchandise from Avonlea Village, Cavendish »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
I visited Cavendish's Avonlea Village, an imagined recreation of the sort of late 19th century village centre that Anne Shirley would have lived in, on this trip. The entrance fee that had applied in past years was not in evidence on this trip, but the abundance of Anne-related merchandise--at this site, and at others--shows that Anne is still a moneymaker.

Potato chips of various kinds #pei #cavendish #avonleavillage #latergram


Anne colouring books #pei #cavendish #avonleavillage #latergram #anneofgreengables #colouringbooks


Anne braids #pei #cavendish #avonleavillage #latergram #anneofgreengables
09:20 Device familiar to RAF veteran »The Guardian - Opinion
EDITOR: I was intrigued to read your report of the unexploded device at Souris. From the photo I think it is an aerial sea marker used in navigation. They are explosive and would have had a fuse. I put hundreds of these on our Ansons at 31 G.R.S. at Charlottetown in 1941/44 when I was stationed ...
09:19 Raccoon Causes Power Outage - Belvedere Avenue »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
Charlottetown Police Services received a complaint shortly after midnight today regarding a loud noise in the area of Belvedere Ave., and Maple Ave. Police arrived on scene to discover raccoons in the area, including a dead one directly below a power line. Maritime Electric and Animal Control were alerted by police and attended the scene.
09:12 Break and Enter Storage Trailer - Shoppers Drug Mart »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
Charlottetown Police Services received a complaint yesterday at 12:43pm regarding a break and entry into a storage trailer parked near Shoppers Drug Mart at 403 University Ave. Thieves entered trailer and stole various home items including a barbecue. Anyone with information regarding this investigation may contact police at 9026294172.
09:05 Sister seeks help in finding sibling »The Guardian - Opinion
EDITOR: I live in Toronto and recently received a notice from an adoption registry that I have a sister by the name of Jackie Bird Wright, last known living in Charlottetown in 2000, but has since moved to Calgary Alberta, according to a post in a memorial section of your paper in 2014. Can you ...
08:56 A Ship Comes In »PEI History Guy
N.B. – For relevant background information, please see A Date with History and Of Peddlers and Photographs (if you haven’t already). G’day there! And so we come to a fork in the road. I could lie and tell you that I planned for the content of today’s post. I could. But I won’t. Truth be told, I came up […]
08:35 Canadians Pay More In Taxes Than They Spend On Food, ‘Sunny Ways’ Carbon Tax Grab On The Way »redlikeme.ca
Canadians Officially Pay More on Taxes Than Food . . Sunny Ways, its 2016 and the Carbon Tax Grab is Coming . . because the Public Ought to Know…………redlikeme.ca    
08:30 The warm and muggies return for PEI.. »peistormchaser
Wednesday August 24th 8:30am...The remnants of an upper air disturbance still remain over the island this morning with cloud and an isolated shower. This feature will move away later this morning allowing for sunshine and warm temperatures as high pressure … Continue reading
08:27 Construction to begin for roundabouts of Cornwall bypass »Journal-Pioneer Local
To begin early next month, despite province having purchased only 30 per cent of land required for full project
08:05 An 18-year-old on P.E.I. guilty for letting girl, 13, perform oral sex »Journal-Pioneer Local
Brendan Alexander Poirier in provincial court to plead guilty to sexual touching involving someone younger than 16
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07:08 Some potato crops suffering on P.E.I. from lack of rain »The Guardian - Local News
Farms welcome province-wide soaking last week
06:49 Thieves target P.E.I. food truck »The Guardian - Local News
Police say reports of theft from vehicles common this time year
06:44 Islanders excited to represent P.E.I. at senior men’s nationals »The Guardian - Sports
The schedule says New Brunswick, but make no mistake who the Charlottetown Gaudet’s Auto Body Islanders are first and foremost this week at the Canadian senior men’s baseball championship. “It may say New Brunswick on the scorecard, but this is an Island bunch and we’re going over to represent ...
06:37 Construction to begin for roundabouts of Cornwall bypass »The Guardian - Local News
To begin early next month, despite province having purchased only 30 per cent of land required for full project
06:26 Ben Levin Rewrote Sex Education in Ontario, Sex With His Own Children, Light Sentence Discussed »redlikeme.ca
Ex-Ontario deputy minister claimed to have had sex with his own daughters in online chats, court hears Sarah Boesveld Tuesday, Apr. 14, 2015 Ben Levin, former Ontario Deputy Education Minister pleaded guilty to child pornography charges earlier this spring. Tyler Anderson/National Post/Files WARNING GRAPHIC LANGUAGE Benjamin Levin was consistent and “realistic” in his descriptions of … Continue reading Ben Levin Rewrote Sex Education in Ontario, Sex With His Own Children, Light Sentence Discussed
02:00 Harbourfront Theatre sold out for tonight's anniversary show »Journal-Pioneer Local
The 20th anniversary celebrations continue at Harbourfront Theatre this Wednesday with a sold-out gala featuring The Ellis Family Band and Fiddlers' Sons.
02:00 Largest truck convoy to support Special Olympics PEI »Journal-Pioneer Local
What's being billed as the "world's largest truck convoy" will be hitting the road this Sunday to support Special Olympics P.E.I.The convoy will start from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) at 165 John Yeo Dr. in Charlottetown at 10 a.m. Aug. 28. The top fundraising truck will lead ...
00:57 [AH] WI there was a Venus-sized planet between Mars and Jupiter? »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
In astronomer and writer Chris Impey's 2010 Talking About Life, an anthology of his interviews with leading experts in astronomy and related fields about extraterrestrial life, there was a passage in his interview with Debra Fischer that caught my attention for its alternate history potential. Solar systems, including our own, are apparently as densely packed with planets as possible.

DF: The amazing thing I learned when we discovered the Upsilon Andromedae system is that our Solar System s actually dynamically full of planets. When people who model the Solar System try to drop in an extra planet, the whole system goes into chaos--some planets are lost, some fall into the star, some are ejected, and then everything finally settles down. Each planet has its own gravitational domain and those domains are pushed up next to each other. Our Solar System resides on the verge of instability it's stable, but only just.

CI: Is this related to the numerical coincidence of their nearly geometric spacing?

DF: Bode's law? Yes. They clear out disks; many lines of evidence suggest that core accretion is the correct model. Then they begin to migrate in until they come into a zone; again, if they get any closer. they're ejected. When I noted this back in 2000, Hal Levinson raised his hand and said, "No, no, that's not true--there a place between Mars and Jupiter where a Venus-sized planet will survive." And I think, "How many simulations did you have to run to find that tiny little window? That doesn't count!" [Laughs](269-270).


The WI question is obvious. What if there was a planet the mass of Venus orbiting in our solar system between Mars and Jupiter?

This planet--call it *Ceres, after the largest dwarf planet orbiting between Mars and Jupiter--would be a big one. Venus is more than 80% as massive as the Earth. Such a massive planet would be able to hold onto its volatiles--its atmosphere, its water--in a way that a nearer Mars could not. This planet might even be massive enough to be geologically active. *Ceres might provide a relatively hospitable environment, more hospitable than Venus or even Mars.

It's important to not overstate this potential habitability. Whatever the precise nature of its orbit, *Ceres would also be very cold, orbiting outside of the orbit of Mars and likely even an elastic definition of our sun's circumstellar habitable zone. A sufficiently dense heat-retaining atmosphere might change things, but would it warm *Ceres enough?

Given *Ceres' location near the frost line of the solar system, and its high gravity, it's likely to have attracted and kept quite a lot of ice. Perhaps it will be an ocean world; perhaps it will be a world with a frozen surface on top of a planet-wide ocean, a super-Europa even. As seen in the night sky from Earth, its atmosphere and icy surface may make it very bright indeed.

Thoughts?
00:38 Connaughton has a need to teach speed »The Guardian - Sports
New Haven native aims to speed up prep students at Texas academy
00:00 Reminder of recreational fishing regulations »Government of Prince Edward top news stories
Recreational harvesters of fish and shellfish are being reminded to familiarize themselves with the regulations for these activities. Prince Edward Island has many beautiful areas throughout the province where recreational harvesting of fish and shellfish is safe and enjoyable. Federal regulations include the types of fish and shellfish that can be harvested recreationally, limits on the amounts and size of species that can be collected, the time...
00:00 Renovations begin at Three Oaks Senior High »Government of Prince Edward top news stories
Government is pleased to begin $15 million of renovations at Three Oaks Senior High, says Premier Wade MacLauchlan.'Renovations at Three Oaks Senior High are another important capital investment in education in Prince Edward Island,' said Premier MacLauchlan. 'With the help of these renovations, Three Oaks students will be better prepared for success after graduation.' Three Oaks was built in 1976, with the addition of the nearby East Prince Career...
00:00 Self Employ PEI client opens first board game caf in Prince Edward Island »Government of Prince Edward top news stories
Small Print Board Game Caf owner Julian Taylor is a great example of how the entrepreneurial spirit of Islanders is creating economic growth and enriching our communities, says Minister Richard Brown, Workforce and Advanced Learning.'It is exciting to assist clients like Julian who are taking a popular trend and turning it into a unique business here in Prince Edward Island,' said Minister Brown. 'Julian created and implemented his business plan...

Tuesday August 23, 2016

23:00 Route2 High Speed Internet 2016 reviews opinions? (131 Words) »PEIinfo.ca | New Topics
Hi I was wondering if anyone had any reviews or opinions of the Route2 internet provider in the year following their change of ownership and expansion.

When I was looking into them a year ago they had not yet come to my area but what I had heard was that the customer service and technical support where very slow to react to issues etc.

I was also wondering how they deliver the 5 mbs download in rural areas? is it through cell tower modems?

Do they actually deliver the speeds advertised etc.

I am really tired of bell being my only option and paying for speeds we do not get.

Sorry for the wall of text. thank you for any help you may provide....
23:00 Stratford »Pedaling PEI
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