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Wednesday July 23, 2014

21:03 Scotiabank Attempts To Gag Red Like Me Because of Another Scotia McLeod Trial »redlikeme.ca
There is another case before the courts, one for sure that includes Scotiabank, Scotia McLeod, Eddie Curran, Yousef Hashmi, Chris LeClair and Wes Sheridan, among others. Scotiabank is requesting overreaching and overbearing gags on Red Like Me now so nobody … Continue reading
20:34 BCE moves to take full control of Bell Aliant with $3.95-billion privatization »The Guardian - Business
BCE Inc., Canada’s biggest telecom, is moving to consolidate its position in Atlantic Canada by offering to take full ownership of Bell Aliant through a $3.95-billion deal that analysts generally expect will be successful.The Montreal-based company also announced the purchase of two New ...
19:00 The Love Punch at Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 7:00 »Tonight at City Cinema
Only 4 days left to see this film.

Rated: Parental Guidance (Language May Offend)
Runs: 94 minutes
Director: Joel Hopkins
Country: France
Released: 2014
Starring: Emma Thompson, Pierce Brosnan, Timothy Spall, Celia Imrie

“Emma Thompson reteams here with director Joel Hopkins (Last Chance Harvey). This time he's paired her with Pierce Brosnan in a screwball caper full of fizz and pop that tracks the bumbling efforts of a divorced couple to steal a diamond from the fat cat who has squandered their pension fund. Thompson and Brosnan are giddy as schoolkids on a mission that takes them to the French Riviera, where they scale cliff-faces, get into car chases, and, yes, fall in love with each other all over again. The chemistry is bang on and Celia Imrie and Timothy Spall provide sterling backup. If the plot is a bit clumsy, that's more than made up for with sheer exuberance and plenty of cheeky banter. It's utterly silly but that is also the film's charm, proving that retirement doesn't have to mean quiet retreat.” - Stella Papamichael, Radio Times (UK)

Advance Tickets ~ IMDB on Film ~

18:54 Tooth Woes »Misfortune Cookie

First of all, I want thank everyone so so so much for the help that many of you provided me last week when I was pretty desperate and in need. It just meant so much to me to have friends, acquaintances, fan, followers and everything in between chip in a bit to make my financial […]

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17:57 Scandal has left black mark on the Senate, says Callbeck »Journal-Pioneer Local
CENTRAL BEDEQUE —Catherine Callbeck admits the Senate she entered is far different than the one she is leaving behind.
17:50 Catherine Callbeck reflects on time in Senate »Journal-Pioneer Local
Editor’s note: This is the second in a series on Catherine Callbeck. In this installment, Callbeck discusses her work in the Senate and touches on the scandal that has left a black mark on the Red Chamber.
17:45 Tyne Valley racer in the U.S. for international derby »Journal-Pioneer Local
AKRON, OHIO – As his friends race down the hill at Saturday’s Tyne Valley Soap Box Derby, Damian Barlow will be speeding along a different path all together.
17:45 RCMP will have heavy presence during Rock the Boat Festival »Journal-Pioneer Local
TYNE VALLEY —RCMP will have a heavy presence in Tyne Valley, both on and off the water, during the upcoming Rock the Boat Music Festival.
17:23 Learning to sail »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Junior program underway in Summerside
17:05 Peewee Chevys face stiff tests in Moncton tournament »Journal-Pioneer Sports
SUMMERSIDE – The Summerside Prodigy Sports Chevys will embark on their biggest challenge of the 2014 season this weekend.
16:37 Summerside heading to court to fight for better power rates »Journal-Pioneer Local
City looking for its own power transmission line
16:28 Halifax’s failed Commonwealth Games bid recalled »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Bombshell decision produced a firestorm of reactions
16:03 Ravens compete against American opponents »Journal-Pioneer Sports
CHARLOTTETOWN – The P.E.I. RE/MAX Ravens posted a respectable showing against teams from the United States at an under-16 fastpitch tournament in Lowell, Mass., last weekend.
15:56 Island Nature Trust sees success in bird program »Journal-Pioneer Local
SUMMERSIDE –The Island Nature Trust is reporting some success in its efforts to conserve two threatened species of birds found on Prince Edward Island.
15:50 Don’t blow the Water Act »Journal-Pioneer Opinion
For many faiths water is a sacred element.
15:43 Prince County Exhibition gears up for busy weekend »The Guardian - Living
ALBERTON – Although the Prince County Exhibition is 88 years old, this year’s exhibition, which runs July 25 to 27, will see the addition of a number of new events. Old favourites like the midway, provided by Hincheys Rides Amusements, and the agricultural exhibits, beginning at 9 a.m. Friday, ...
14:24 Now that Duffy is charged, ethics commissioner should investigate, says Regan »The Guardian - Local News
OTTAWA — The Liberals are calling on the federal ethics watchdog to re-open her investigation into the Senate expense scandal. MP Geoff Regan has written to Ethics Commissioner Mary Dawson, saying it’s time for a renewed probe now that Sen. Mike Duffy has been formally charged. The RCMP ...
14:24 Now that Duffy’s is charged, ethics commissioner should investigate, says Regan »The Guardian - Local News
OTTAWA — The Liberals are calling on the federal ethics watchdog to re-open her investigation into the Senate expense scandal.MP Geoff Regan has written to Ethics Commissioner Mary Dawson, saying it’s time for a renewed probe now that Sen. Mike Duffy has been formally charged.The RCMP announced ...
14:17 Two injured in rear-end collision »Journal-Pioneer Local
MISCOUCHE – Two people were injured in a rear-end collision Wednesday morning, on Route 2 in Miscouche.
14:09 P.E.I. man jailed for spanking toddler »The Guardian - Local News
An Island man who spanked his toddler hard enough to leave a bruise was sentenced today to 30 days in jail. The man appeared before Judge Nancy Orr in provincial court for sentencing after previously entering a guilty plea. The Guardian has chosen not to identify the man in order to protect the ...
13:52 Rose Valley collision does not result in impaired driving charge »The Guardian - Local News
As a result of a collision in Rose Valley July 19, a 19-year-old received a ticket for driving without due care and attention. In addition, he was handed a seven-day driving suspension because he provided a breath sample over 50 milligrams of alcohol in his blood. However, the individual did ...
13:05 Putting yourself at risk is wrong choice »The Guardian - Opinion
Personal autonomy should not come ahead of personal safety and risk to others
13:04 The problematic identity of Israel’s Arab citizens »The Guardian - Opinion
Guest Opinion: The current Israeli war against Hamas in Gaza, the third in six years, has resulted in Israeli Arab protests, led by Balad (National Democratic Assembly), Hadash (Democratic Front for Peace and Equality), and the Islamic Movement in Israel, in various cities and towns.Some of the ...
12:55 Many ways to enjoy fresh kale »The Guardian - Living
A massage releases stiffness and loosens muscles, making you feel more flexible. And when you massage kale, something similar happens. A little massage — rubbing the leaves (minus any heavy ribs) lightly between your hands, sometimes with a little added salt or olive oil — relaxes the thick ...
12:48 Lebanese legacy proud one on P.E.I. »The Guardian - Opinion
Creators of DVD on Island Lebanese history deserve credit for initiative
12:45 Real issue here psychological harm »The Guardian - Opinion
Editor: Re: “Post-abortion harms due to intolerance”, Malcolm Murray, Stratford. Murray states, “Any psychological harm to women who have had abortions is more likely due to a certain segment of society’s intolerance than anything to do with a medical procedure.”Perhaps a more logical reason ...
12:43 Taxpayers on financial hook »The Guardian - Opinion
Editor: Whose money was allegedly misappropriated by Senator Duffy?Whose money was it that paid for the year-long investigation by the RCMP? Whose money will be used for a very lengthy trial, probably costing many millions? If the accused is convicted, whose money will be used to pay for his ...
12:41 Perhaps vindication awaits Senator Duffy »The Guardian - Opinion
Editor: Innocence until proven guilty is something that is almost an afterthought to Canadians lately.When you climb the ranks of government and join up with one of the most controlling administrations in our history, one should be prepared for the time when they are no longer useful and ...
12:39 Abortion conference raising concerns »The Guardian - Opinion
Editor: In early August, UPEI will host a conference called “Abortion: The Unfinished Revolution.” The presentation summaries found in the online conference program make it clear that abortion will be regarded exclusively as a woman’s reproductive right: the rights of unborn children are ...
12:37 Time to check on bus safety »The Guardian - Opinion
Editor: After reading about the second tour bus accident in about a week, both with fatalities, I have two questions.First, do these tour buses have seat belts? Second, if not, why not?Perhaps it is time to review safety standards on these buses. Lloyd Kerry,Charlottetown
12:31 A Hard Day’s Night Was The Height of Beatlemania »NJN Network
The summer of 1964 was arguably the peak of Beatlemania, marked by the release of both the film and album A Hard Day's Night in July
12:30 Retail sales in Canada up 0.7 per cent in May, beat economist expectations »The Guardian - Business
OTTAWA — Retail sales rose 0.7 per cent in May, boosted by sales of new cars and trucks, according to Statistics Canada.The agency says sales reached $42 billion in the month as gains were made across seven sectors that account for more than half of all retail trade.Economists had expected a ...
12:18 Courtney Hogan welcomes crooner Dino Dunsford, Norman Stewart and Step Dancer to Emerald Boxcar »Journal-Pioneer Living
EMERALD –There will be something for everyone this Friday night as Prince Edward Island’s “red headed fiddler” Courtney Hogan-Chandler welcomes two singers that can cover a wide range of music-genres as Dino Dunsford and Norman Stewart take the stage at the Emerald Boxcar Pub Grill.
12:00 Issue #143: New Captain America, Seconds and an Interview w/ Nathan Edmondson »Misfortune Cookie

Issue #143: Seconds, New Captain America and an Interview with Nathan Edmondson Download Directly From iTunes Feedburner Link On this week’s show, we’re joined by special guest Nathan Edmondson, writer of Black Widow, The Punisher, The Activity and more. We ask him some of our questions and read him a bunch of YOUR amazing questions, […]

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11:58 Connaughton in Scotland for Commonwealth Games »The Guardian - Sports
New Haven native Jared Connaughton begins his quest for gold when the 2014 Commonwealth Games start today in Glasgow, Scotland. Connaughton is running for Canada in the 4x100 metre men's relay. Ottawa’s Oluwasegun Makinde and Toronto’s Dontae Richards-Kwok are also on the team for the ...
11:52 Wild names new head coach »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Dunn takes over from Carragher
11:50 Nunavut MLA faces drunk driving charges »The Guardian - Local News
An MLA from Nunavut is facing drunk driving charges after he allegedly drove the wrong way down a one-way street in Charlottetown.The police arrested David Joanasie, 31, on July 7 after receiving a call about someone driving a vehicle the wrong way on Kent Street.Joanasie is the MLA for South ...
11:29 Rowe’s two-goal sparks Lightning »Journal-Pioneer Sports
CHARLOTTETOWN – Sophia Rowe scored two goals to lead the Summerside Lightning past the Sherwood-Parkdale Rangers 5-2 in Subway P.E.I. Under-12 Girls Soccer League (First Division) game recently.
11:21 Baseball, softball, hockey and ‘The Realm’ topics for history circles »Journal-Pioneer Local
SUMMERSIDE – Sports tops the listing of four history circles to be hosted by the Summerside and Area Historical Society this summer.
11:11 Gallant has big game offensively in loss »Journal-Pioneer Sports
STRATFORD – Chasse Gallant’s strong batting was not enough for Summerside in P.E.I. Midget Baseball League play on Tuesday evening.
11:06 Doyle, Ruelas lead Stratford past Cardigan peewees »Journal-Pioneer Sports
CARDIGAN – Alex Doyle and Daniel Ruelas swung hot bats in helping Stratford outlast Cardigan 14-13 in a P.E.I. Peewee AA Baseball League game here recently.
11:05 Adding cancer drugs on P.E.I. »CBC PEI Island Morning
A growing number of Islanders are asking why is takes the province so long to approve new cancer drugs. Something welcomed by Anna Peters who needs a cancer drug she can't afford....
11:00 Bantam AA Knights top Royals 16-6 »Journal-Pioneer Sports
CHARLOTTETOWN – The Sherwood Knights trimmed the Charlottetown Royals 16-6 in P.E.I. Bantam AA Baseball League action recently.
10:56 Pitre, MacDonald hit home runs for Storm »Journal-Pioneer Sports
STRATFORD – Henry Pitre and Landon MacDonald hit home runs in leading the Phinley’s Stratford Storm to an 11-1 triumph over the Sherwood Knights in a recent P.E.I. Mosquito AA Baseball League game.
10:49 Summerside teens honoured for care of horses »The Guardian - Sports
SUMMERSIDE – Sisters Gillian and Nicole Reeves developed a love for horses at a very young age. Their passion continues to grow today. “I’ve always had a thing for horses since I was little,” said Gillian. “I never wanted dolls or anything like that, I liked horse toys.” Nicole said she has ...
10:15 Finally A Phone People Can Afford Nokia Lumia 530 »NJN Network
Microsoft will ship the Lumia 530 a powerful entry to Windows Phone 8.1 in August 2014
10:06 Tyne Valley Soap Box Derby set for Saturday »Journal-Pioneer Local
TYNE VALLEY — Speedsters will be pushing the limits of the law here on Saturday, July 26.
10:04 VIKING VOYAGE: Clayton Colbourne is on his home turf »The Guardian - Local News
L’Anse aux Meadows is backyard playground for Parks Canada interpreter
10:04 VIKING VOYAGE: Clayton Colbourne is on his home turf »Journal-Pioneer Living
L’Anse aux Meadows is backyard playground for Parks Canada interpreter
09:57 West Prince girls bring home Codiac Cup »The Guardian - Sports
MONCTON, N.B. – Talk about a dramatic finish. The West Prince under-16 girls needed a shootout to win the Codiac Cup soccer tournament over the weekend. West Prince and the host Codiac AAA team played to a 1-1 tie throughout regulation and overtime, setting the stage for a shootout. Nonie Lyon, ...
09:40 High Stakes Wager: Scotiabank Ambush Of PEI Whistle Blower Service »redlikeme.ca
It looks like an ambush to me, so when you end up at an ambush as the target, where there is an unrestricted expensive attack by a Financial Giant like Scotiabank, you must be sure to get all those in … Continue reading
08:19 Public Whistle Blower Bulletin Board Showdown In PEI Courts by Scotiabank »redlikeme.ca
Whistle blower protection was long overdue and young Robert Ghiz assured PEI he would introduce protection and increased accountability if he could only be Premier. Ghiz made lots of promises and has delivered on none while he has more than … Continue reading
08:15 Daily Specials for Wednesday, July 23, 2014 »Casa Mia Daily Specials

The Daily Specials at Casa Mia Restaurant for Wednesday, July 23, 2014 are:

  • Cream of Mushroom Soup $4.99
  • Roast Chicken, Creamy Havarti, Shredded Carrot, Cucumber, With Herb Aeoli on Foccacia, side Black Bean Salad... $10.99

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08:08 New artistic director at Confederation Centre of the Arts »Journal-Pioneer Local
The Confederation Centre of the Arts’ new artistic director says he hopes draw Islanders back to Anne of Green Gables and build Evangeline into a key repertoire piece for future seasons of the Charlottetown Festival.
08:03 Full recording of Evangeline musical now for sale »Journal-Pioneer Local
If you loved the music and songs in last summer’s production of Evangeline at the Confederation Centre, you’re in luck.
07:59 Florida family catches 750-pound tuna during visit to P.E.I. »Journal-Pioneer Local
SOURIS — The first bluefin tuna of the season in the catch-and-release program was hooked off Souris last week and weighed 750 pounds.
07:57 PEI Health Minister Places Ex Wife at UPEI Reducing Expensive Alimony »redlikeme.ca
Minister of Health in PEI, Doug Currie found a 90,000.00 dollar per year job at UPEI for his ex wife to teach aerobics and Zumba and such. Currie has had difficulty making ends meet after he pays 3000.00 per month … Continue reading
07:52 New photo book shows changes in Charlottetown over the years »Journal-Pioneer Local
They paved much of Government Pond and put up a parking lot.
07:46 Showers and thundershowers expected later today across PEI »peistormchaser
Wednesday July 23rd 7:45am..The sunshine and warm temperatures of late will come to an end this evening as the ridge of high pressure responsible drifts away to the SE, meanwhile clouds will be on the increase this evening as a … Continue reading
07:00 New artistic director wants P.E.I. to return to Anne, Evangeline »The Guardian - Local News
The Confederation Centre of the Arts’ new artistic director says he hopes draw Islanders back to Anne of Green Gables and build Evangeline into a key repertoire piece for future seasons of the Charlottetown Festival. Adam Brazier began his new job this week, and has hit the ground running, ...
05:30 Florida family catches 750-pound tuna during P.E.I. visit »The Guardian - Local News
First bluefin tuna of season in catch-and-release program
03:32 Busy Eagles soar in weekend under-14 girls' fastpitch action »The Guardian - Sports
Busy was only one word for the P.E.I. Halthorn Global Eagles provincial under-14 girls fastpitch team last weekend. Another description could be successful as the Eagles went 3-2 in exhibition play in P.E.I. and New Brunswick. On Saturday, the Eagles faced a Scotiabank Reds provincial under-18 ...
00:00 2014 Love our Lobster campaign biggest yet »Government of Prince Edward top news stories
The support for Prince Edward Island's lobster industry is clear from the success of the 2014 Love our Lobster campaign, says Minister of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Rural Development Ron MacKinley.'This year, we saw more participation from retailers and a significant increase in interest from Islanders and visitors,' said Minister MacKinley. 'The lobster industry is an important contributor to the province providing jobs in our rural communities...
00:00 Buchanan Technologies opens Charlottetown office »Government of Prince Edward top news stories
Buchanan Technologies Inc. of Grapevine, Texas, has opened an office in Charlottetown and is projecting to create 46 jobs on the Island within three years, says Allen Roach, Minister of Innovation and Advanced Learning.'This is a well-established information and communications technology (ICT) company that has chosen Prince Edward Island as a near-shore base from which it can serve global clients. This is a great opportunity for ICT workers at the...

Tuesday July 22, 2014

23:37 [PHOTO] Cawthra Park, one month after WorldPride »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
23:34 Fire in abandoned Charlottetown home brings quick response »The Guardian - Local News
A small fire in the basement of an abandoned home in Charlottetown drew firefighters and police quickly to the scene. The home is across from Fair Isle Ford and beside another property being cleared for development. Both properties are beside Scotiabank. "An empty building, not sure of the ...
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