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Friday July 29, 2016

19:00 The Daughter at Friday, July 29, 2016 at 7:00 »Tonight at City Cinema
Only 4 days left to see this film.

Rated: 14 Accompaniment (Coarse Language, Sexual Content)
Runs: 96 minutes
Director: Simon Stone
Country: Australia
Starring: Geoffrey Rush, Odessa Young, Ewen Leslie, Miranda Otto, Anna Torv, Sam Neill

“Director Simon Stone makes an impressive feature debut with this loose reworking of Ibsen’s The Wild Duck. Geoffrey Rush and Sam Neill play ageing patriarchs of two intertwined families in a small-town drama loaded with secrets, lies, guilt and betrayal. From these two downwards, the cast is superb - from Paul Schneider, as Rush’s prodigal son, to Homeland’s Miranda Otto, and Odessa Young as the titular offspring. Subtle and skilled, this simmers for long periods until its highly satisfying finale.” - James Mottram, Total Film. “I don’t usually like to make predictions about movies. But for once I’ll stick my neck out: Simon Stone is going to have an important career as a film director and Odessa Young will be an international star. The Daughter is a new Australian film of great distinction: Young plays the title character, and Stone proves with his feature film debut that he is completely at home with cinema. Not just at home, but able to expand the medium with inventiveness and considerable skill... The entwined relationships and histories are presented by Stone with dazzling economy and skill. The entire cast responds to the director’s subtle and intelligent vision, giving performances that resonate long after the film is over... I don’t know if there’ll be a better Australian film released this year, but for now all I can do is to recommend in the strongest terms this fine, powerful, emotional piece of cinema.” - David Stratton, The Australia

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01:47 That’s it for the conventions! On to the election! »John Cairns Blog
We’re done with the US political conventions. Hillary Clinton accepted the nomination and it was either a historic speech (first woman accepting the nomination in the USA), or completely dull and boring, depending on your political point of view. And remember how I was talking about MTV in my previous post? Katy Perry was there […]
00:49 [MUSIC] Frankie Goes to Hollywood, "Relax" »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
Over on Facebook, David got me caught up in a meme. His link to Massive Attack's excellent "Teardrop" came with a challenge to his readers, to select and share music as an antidote to the grimness that pervades. All we had to do to take part was to Like the post, David then giving us a letter for a musician, band or artist. I got F.

Some scans of a directory of music groups brought me to Frankie Goes to Hollywood. What better song of theirs is to pick but "Relax"?



What better song is there to pick in these dark times but one devoted to pleasure? It's worth noting that the music video I remember seeing on MuchMusic back in the day is much tamer than their original video.

Thursday July 28, 2016

22:58 Casimir Luciano wins third straight race Thursday at CDP   »The Guardian - Sports
Barrieau has two wins on birthday
22:58 Casimir Luciano wins third straight race Thursday at CDP »The Guardian - Sports
Barrieau has two wins on birthday
22:58 Casimir Luciano wins third straight race Thursday at CDP »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Barrieau has two wins on birthday
22:36 Panthers alumni headline men's hockey fundraiser »The Guardian - Sports
Ward, MacLean taking part in Hot Stove Night
22:36 We’re almost set to wrap up this Democratic love-fest in Philadelphia »John Cairns Blog
After Barack Obama’s emotional speech last night, Hillary Clinton formally accepts the Democratic nomination for President tonight at their convention in Philadelphia. Quite honestly, I’ve reached the point where I am sick of these conventions, and sick of hearing speeches from these party folks, all telling us why they are supporting so-and-so. I’m ready to get […]
22:23 Raonic beats Donaldson at Rogers Cup »The Guardian - Sports
Canadian Milos Raonic downed American qualifier Jared Donaldson 6-2, 6-3 on Thursday night in the third round of the Rogers Cup. Raonic will play France's Gael Monfils on centre court at York University's Aviva Centre in the quarter-finals on Friday. Monfils beat Belgium's David Goffin 7-6 (5), ...
22:05 Trudeau Team Drink A Lot on Public Dime »redlikeme.ca
See the details in the video below: Taxpayers picked up Trudeau’s bar tab for $1,381.85 in beer and wine expenses for the plane ride alone! The bulk of that — $1,182.90 — was for 39 bottles of wine ranging in price from $11.55 to $28.00 a bottle. Is that why we pay taxes — to keep Trudeau and his … Continue reading Trudeau Team Drink A Lot on Public Dime
21:23 LETTER: Theatre veteran enjoyed ‘The Glass Menagerie’ »Journal-Pioneer Opinion
One of the things I love about P.E.I. is that everybody has an opinion. And today, with 50 years of performing under my belt, I would like to give you mine about the production of “The Glass Menagerie” at the Watermark Theatre.
21:07 DOWN THE BACKSTRETCH: D Gs Camme ties Truro record »The Guardian - Sports
EIPH given 100-day trial period at Island tracks
21:07 Province reviews minimum wage »The Guardian - Local News
Submissions are open as the P.E.I. Employment Standards Board reviews the province’s minimum wage. It’s part of an annual review set out in the Employment Standards Act. P.E.I.’s minimum increased in June from $10.50 per hour to $10.75 per hour. Another increase is planned for October when the ...
21:00 Fredericton »Pedaling PEI
21:00 Ready to Go »justpictureit
photo - Ready to Go

My new computer is still not set up and this shot of a friend's canoe is the only boat photo I have in the unassigned bin. Sorry for the crooked horizon as all photos again this week have been SOOC. Here is a raindance. I do pray we get some rain soon.

20:47 LETTER: Shocked by Montague's refusal to fly Pride flag »Journal-Pioneer Opinion
I’ve been travelling off of the Island for roughly seven months now, and I’ve been absolutely thrilled to see updates on the fantastic and progressive strides P.E.I. has been making. From offering free bus rides in Charlottetown by use of a popular iPhone app to consulting with its citizens on ...
20:36 Veteran overjoyed VAC district office coming back to Charlottetown »The Guardian - Local News
Bill Henry credits case worker with helping him through difficult time
19:40 [URBAN NOTE] On the averted desire of Rob Ford to rip out the throat of Justin Trudeau »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
The National Post reports on the identification of Ford's intended victim.

Well, Ford lost his window.

We finally know who Rob Ford was referring to when he said he needed just “10 f***ing minutes to make sure he’s dead.”

The late Toronto mayor was looking to get in the ring with none other than Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, according to a report in the Toronto Sun.

During Ford’s four tumultuous years as Toronto mayor, shocking cellphone camera videos of the mayor became almost commonplace.

The video shows a slurring Ford ranting and raving that he wants to “murder” someone and “rip his f***ing throat out.”

But it wasn’t intended to be taken seriously, one witness to that night in June 2012 told the Sun’s Joe Warmington. Instead, it was Ford, who was a big pro-wrestling fan, joking around WWF-style that he wanted to fight Trudeau.
19:38 [URBAN NOTE] "Why are Young Torontonians Moving into Tiny Micro Condos?" »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
The title of Alina Bykova's Torontoist article is a rhetorical question. Downtown living is really worth it.

When Sean Solowski saw his 27-square-metre apartment for the first time, he was struck by the huge windows and the flood of natural light. It was 2009, and Solowski had just moved from Ottawa, where he had been studying, back to his native Toronto. The apartment was on the second floor of a building dating back to the early 1900s near Dundas and Gladstone, and even though it was considerably smaller than most studio apartments, it was perfect for the 33-year-old.

In Ottawa, where he received his graduate degree in architecture from Carleton University, Solowski lived in a 51-square-metre apartment, and sizing down meant getting rid of some of his belongings. “It really makes you think, ‘What are the essentials of life?’” he says. Because the apartment only has one closet, he put many of his possessions on display. Two shiny motorcycle helmets are perched on the wall above an orange swivel armchair. A streamlined and expensive-looking Cervèlo road bike hangs from another wall. “Plan for things to have more than one function,” says Solowski, who made the best of his tiny pad with a futon couch that folded into a bed at night and a work desk that doubled as a dining table.

Solowski isn’t the only Torontonian purging his belongings and sizing down into a tiny apartment. Today, condominium developers are turning to micro condos to satisfy a growing need for downtown real estate.

In the last year alone, the number of micro condos in Toronto’s new housing market has risen to 11 per cent, up from five per cent, according to a study from Urbanation. Micro condo units appeal particularly to the younger crowd—people in their late 20s and early 30s who want to live and work in Toronto’s vibrant downtown core. The condos are smaller, cheaper, and easier to clean and organize, ideal for a young person who has recently landed their first professional job and may want to find a beginner’s footing in the city’s expensive real estate market.
19:37 [URBAN NOTE] "CMHC adds new cities to its list of overheated housing markets" »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
This, as described by the Toronto Star's Tess Kalinowski, is not at all good. Hamilton, too?

Canada’s housing agency says there is evidence of increasingly “problematic conditions” in the national home market, prompting it to upgrade its assessment of the country’s troubling signs from weak to moderate.

One of those signposts has been planted just down the road from Toronto in the neighbouring city of Hamilton.

A third-quarter report from Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. (CMHC) on Wednesday said overvaluation in Hamilton was similar to that of Toronto’s property market.

That means home prices are higher than would normally be explained by factors such as population, employment and income.

There’s no specific data proving Torontonians are moving west on the QEW in search of cheaper housing, said Abdul Kargobo, CMHC analyst for the city of about 520,000 people.

“But if we look back to 2013, we do see that Hamilton is attracting some buyers that are priced out of Toronto because Hamilton is relatively affordable,” he said.

The economic development department in Hamilton recently reported its average home price of $451,000 was nearly half that of Toronto’s $940,000.
19:34 [URBAN NOTE] "Why does Toronto’s east end hate everything?" »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
The Toronto Star's May Warren introduces readers to the possibility of east-end Toronto being NIMBYish.

Over the years, residents in the east end neighbourhoods of Leslieville and the Beach have complained about everything from breweries to music festivals and even a mysterious hum only some can hear.

But the region’s latest grievance – that toddlers playing in a park are too loud – has some wondering whether the east end doth protest too much.

“NIMBYism at its worst. This is why the Beach has such a bad rep in the city,” wrote one member of The Beaches Facebook group. “Give me a break, get a life. Let kids be kids,” wrote another.

“It’s probably just our demographic here,” said Beach Village BIA director Jessica Wright. “We’re bringing in some younger people but at this point it’s still a little bit of an older crowd.

“They’re used to kind of a sleepy neighbourhood a little bit.”
18:59 Optimism present for fall lobster »Journal-Pioneer Local
Even with carapace increase
18:55 West Point dredging underway »Journal-Pioneer Local
Work deemed necessary for fishermen’s safety
18:44 Storytellers present first of two shows this summer at Harboufront Theatre  »Journal-Pioneer Local
After a completely sold out season last year,The Four Tellersare coming back to Harbourfront Theatre this Saturday, July 30, and Saturday, Aug. 27, with their new show “Go West”.
18:44 Storytellers present first of two shows this summer at Harbourfront »Journal-Pioneer Local
After a completely sold out season last year,The Four Tellersare coming back to Harbourfront Theatre this Saturday, July 30, and Saturday, Aug. 27, with their new show “Go West”.
18:39 English version of ‘The Barber of Seville’ at Indian River Fest this weekend »Journal-Pioneer Living
This weekend marks the halfway point of the Indian River Festival’s 21st season. A special weekend of beloved songs, opera and virtuosic violin will be presented from July 29 to 31.
18:14 Canada defeats Czech Republic in playoff game »The Guardian - Sports
CF Avery Arsenault has hit, run
18:14 Canada defeats Czech Republic in playoff game »Journal-Pioneer Sports
CF Avery Arsenault has hit, run
18:04 Summerside's Rob Gallant patents invention to help ensure seatbelt use »Journal-Pioneer Local
It’s a potentially life-saving invention born out of humbling circumstances.
17:47 Gormley signs with New Jersey Devils »The Guardian - Sports
Murray River’s Brandon Gormley has signed a one-year, two-way contract with the New Jersey Devils. The deal announced Thursday afternoon is worth $650,000 at the NHL level. The 24-year-old free agent defenceman spent last season with the Colorado Avalanche organization. He scored one assist and ...
17:04 ‘Battle of the bridge’ »The Guardian - Sports
Lucas Oil 100 goes at Oyster Bed Speedway on Saturday
17:04 ‘Battle of the bridge’ »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Lucas Oil 100 goes at Oyster Bed Speedway on Saturday
17:03 Expect road closures in Charlottetown for P.E.I. Pride Parade Saturday »The Guardian - Local News
The annual P.E.I. Pride Parade is scheduled to take place in downtown Charlottetown on Saturday. The parade will take place between 1 and 1:30 p.m. and there will be a rolling road closure along the parade route, with police escorts at the lead and following the parade. The parade starts behind ...
16:54 Paving continues on Nassau, Queen streets in Charlottetown on Friday »The Guardian - Local News
Paving for the final phase of the Spring Park combined sewer separation project will continue on Friday. Paving is scheduled to continue on Nassau Street from University Avenue to Dunkirk Street, and on Queen Street from Emerald Drive to Newland Crescent. Traffic control personnel will be on ...
16:53 [ISL] "Montague has Pride; council has no shame »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
In response to the decision of Montague's town council to not fly the Pride flag, Eastern Graphic editor Paul MacNeill writes




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Pride.

It is an emotion comprised of many different fabrics. There is pride in place and community, pride in accomplishment and pride in family.

































































































































































Importantly, there is also pride in diversity and acceptance. Pride is created when we jointly celebrate the people and events that lift us up and make us a better community.


Montague’s pride, once again, is damaged. Shredded by a town council policy that forbids the displaying of symbols or emblems and the raising of flags to celebrate education raising events such as PEI Pride Week.


Last year, Pride PEI requested Montague fly the Pride Week flag. The request was declined on the basis that there was not enough time to approve the action. Subsequently council implemented a new policy that decrees the town is no longer in the proclamation business, meaning everything from MS Week to Pride Week will no longer find a friendly supporter in the town of Montague.


It is unfortunate that once again Montague, which drew 4,000 people to the waterfront for the Diverse Cities Day, again finds itself in an unflattering public light simply because town council seems incapable of anticipating reaction to decisions before they are made.


While the policy is sweeping in nature, its aim appears to ordinary citizens as an attempt to block the flying of the Pride flag. The excuse put forth by a town official that council does not want to be in the position of appearing to support one side or the other is silly.


Is there really public opposition to MS Month? How about cancer month? What about Alzheimer’s?
16:49 [ISL] The National Post on the cheap real estate of Prince Edward Island »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
"For Sale: Historic P.E.I. century home on 3.5 acres, five minutes from fishing harbour, sandy beaches; $135,000" is the name of a photo-heavy article by Shari Kulha looking at an Island home going for ridiculously low prices, at least by Toronto standards.

This sweet, immaculate home can be a getaway from the big city craziness, a starter home for those looking to raise a kid or two in a less-harried environment, or a home for a retired person wishing to putter in a garden or walk down to the harbour for a chinwag over a coffee with the locals. The house’s history is still evident in the floorboards, doors and more. While the windows, plumbing and wiring have been upgraded, they were done in such a way as to best preserve the authenticity of the old place.

First, the history: As the current owner’s son describes it, “In the decade before 1800, a public building was erected near the city of Boston, Mass. It was well used, but after many years it was deemed no longer necessary and was deconstructed. The remnant pieces – large hand-hewn timbers and wide linen-fold boards – were loaded onto a schooner and sailed north to P.E.I.” The house was destined for the schooner captain and his family. “Those beams and boards formed the historic and unusual framework for [the] house that still stands in Murray Harbour North.”


The price? 135 thousand, Canadian.
16:44 [NEWS] Some Thursday links »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)

  • Bloomberg notes the advance of Catalonian separatism, looks at the economic catastrophes hitting Mozambique, and looks at how Africa is getting more people online by devising apps for non-smartphones.

  • Bloomberg View examines at length the implications of Donald Trump's not quite criminal call to have Russia hack more E-mails.

  • The CBC notes young British Leave voters defending their choices and observes the implications of the shutdown of the Manitoba port of Churchill.

  • The Inter Press Service notes that the Rio Olympics will be a mess.

  • MacLean's notes the dominance of the Canadian economy by the housing bubble.

  • The National Post reports on a team of Turkish commandos sent to kill the president found hiding in a cave.

  • Open Democracy looks at the negative results of the European Union's incoherent policies in Azerbaijan.

16:16 Google Image Search Tips & Tricks »AmberMac
We’ve talked about Google search before on 15secTech but we wanted to share a few more tips that can help you specifically find images online. It’s pretty easy stuff if you know where to look for it but, if you haven’t paid attention, you may just have missed some of the power at hand. Start off by […]
15:54 Testori in Slemon Park closing doors, laying off employees »The Guardian - Local News
Aerospace company that once employed more than 150 is down to just 12 people who are finished as of today
15:41 Fundraising ongoing for new van for Summerside's Dillon Cameron »Journal-Pioneer Local
As cartoon characters laugh in the background, Dillon Cameron, curled up under blanket on the well-worn plush couch, has a mid-afternoon snack.
15:18 Large Syrian family receives warm welcome to P.E.I. »The Guardian - Local News
Newcomers safe, sound after arriving at Charlottetown Airport just before noon Thursday

Video: http://video.theguardian.pe.ca/5057967113001/Syrian-refugee-family-arrives-in-Charlottetown

14:34 Thomas pitches gem »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Bantam AAA Chevys back on winning track
14:34 Testori Americas Corporation in Slemon Park closing today »Journal-Pioneer Local
Company that once employed more than 150 is down to just 12 people who are finished as of today
14:24 Luminosity Black Light Theatre group presents a bilingual production of Dr. Seuss’ “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” in Charlottetown »The Guardian - Living
A group of young performers is illuminating the stage this summer in a show that combines music, dance and the magic of black lights. The Luminosity Black Light Theatre and Carrefour Theatre are presenting a bilingual production of Dr. Seuss’ “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” as part of the group’s ...
14:18 P.E.I. hospital wants to be removed from Pokémon Go game »The Guardian - Local News
Health P.E.I. is formally requesting the parent company of the Pokémon Go game to remove the Queen Elizabth Hospital as a PokéGym site. The health authority says it became aware last week the province’s largest referral hospital has been made a PokéGym – a location where players’ Pokémon ...
14:05 Margaret Prouse: Become inspired, create a meal with all Canadian ingredients on Saturday »The Guardian - Living
Food Day Canada, which takes place on Saturday July 30 this year, took root in 2003. Anita Stewart, a champion for Canadian food, organized the World’s Longest Barbecue to support beef farmers as they faced a major crisis. In the 13 years that followed, it has evolved into a celebration not ...
13:52 Ilona Daniel: Fresh, sun soaked strawberries turn savoury in Blude and Strawberry Focaccia »The Guardian - Living
We are in the thick of strawberry season. Simple pleasures are rarely so well showcased than through the delight found in the first luxurious taste of a sun soaked local strawberry. Strawberries seem to be the way in which Mother Earth celebrates the summer with us. Mere mention of local ...

Video: http://video.theguardian.pe.ca/5056089873001/ILONA-DANIEL-Bluda-and-Strawberry-Focaccia

13:06 Arsenault helps Canada defeat South Africa »The Guardian - Sports
Canada plays Czech Republic today in playoff action at world junior men's softball championship
13:06 Arsenault helps Canada defeat South Africa »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Canada plays Czech Republic today in playoff action at world junior men's softball championship
13:00 Throwback Thursday ~ Hey Diddle Diddle {burp!} »Life on a Canadian Island
12:26 [BLOG] Some Thursday links »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)

  • blogTO reports that streetcar tracks are involved in a third of Toronto's bike crashes.

  • Centauri Dreams notes that Jupiter's Great Red Spot is a source of heat.

  • The Crux notes the non-medicinal uses of tobacco.

  • Dangerous Minds looks at the voyeuristic photography of 20th century Czechoslovakian photographer Miroslav Tich.

  • The Dragon's Tales notes that Chinese and Iranian forces have joined Russia in exercises at Kaliningrad.

  • Torontoist looks at the risks of a land expropriation for a Scarborough subway extension.

  • Towleroad notes that Bernie or Bust could particularly hurt immigrants.

  • Window on Eurasia notes anti-Central Asian migrant sentiment in the Russian Far East.

12:20 Excessive speed, erratic driving leads to arrest of P.E.I. driver »The Guardian - Local News
Police get report of dangerous driving Wednesday Brackley Point Road area, but find the drunk driver later in Bonshaw
12:02 Impaired driver arrested in Bonshaw »Journal-Pioneer Local
Readings were more than double the legal limit
11:54 Motorcyclist in critical condition after collision in Mount Herbert »Journal-Pioneer Local
The driver a motorcycle is listed as being in critical condition after a two-vehicle collision earlier this morning in Mount Herbert.
11:49 Street-fest tournament crowns champions »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Inaugural 19-team event termed a success
11:47 Blanchard, Taylor, Gallant score for United »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Summerside victorious in under-12 soccer game
11:45 Today's editorial cartoon »Journal-Pioneer Opinion
By Wayne Wright
11:25 Strong start for Corish »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Dolphin swimmer posts ninth-place finish in first event at national ch’ships
11:25 NEW: Minister of veterans affairs says closed offices will be reopened »The Guardian - Local News
Kent Hehr was in Charlottetown on Thursday to make the announcement
11:25 Veterans Affairs Canada re-opening Charlottetown district office »The Guardian - Local News
The Veterans Affairs district office in Charlottetown is re-opening. Federal Veterans Affairs Minister Kent Hehr made the announcement at a press conference in Charlottetown this morning. In fact, offices across the country will be re-opening, reversing a decision made by the previous ...
11:22 Gallant makes key contributions to Chevys’ win »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Summerside bantam A team outlasts Cornwall
11:19 The Guardian E-edition not working today »The Guardian - Local News
Popular interactive, Web-based version of today’s newspaper is being repaired
11:16 Northumberland Ferries working to minimize disruption, says company »Journal-Pioneer Local
Northumberland Ferries Ltd. is working hard to minimize impact from the MV Holiday Island’s unavailability, the company said in a statement released today today.
11:10 Native Council of P.E.I. upset with building proposal »Journal-Pioneer Local
The Mi’kmaq Confederacy of P.E.I. (MCPEI) will be taking its proposal to build on the Charlottetown waterfront to the Mi’kmaq people.
11:08 [PHOTO] Low tide at the beach, east of Victoria by the Sea, Prince Edward Island »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
In August 2014, when I visited a dirt road leading to the shore a couple of minutes' driving east of Victoria-by-the-Sea, it was high tide. The waters of the Northumberland Strait had risen almost to the bottom of the cliffs. This time, it was low tide, with vast tracts of exposed red sand and seaweed stretching out tens, even hundreds, of metres.

Line up #pei #victoria #victoriabythesea #beach #red #lowtide #northumberlandstrait #latergram


Telephone pole and wild roses #pei #victoria #victoriabythesea #beach #lowtide #northumberlandstrait #wildrose #latergram


Overlooking #pei #victoria #victoriabythesea #beach #lowtide #northumberlandstrait #latergram


Road down to the beach #pei #victoria #victoriabythesea #road #beach #red #latergram


Road down to the beach, 2 #pei #victoria #victoriabythesea #road #beach #red #latergram


Looking up at low tide #pei #victoria #victoriabythesea #road #beach #red #latergram


Looking west at Victoria, low tide #pei #victoria #victoriabythesea #beach #red #lowtide #northumberlandstrait #latergram


Looking out at low tide #pei #victoria #victoriabythesea #beach #red #lowtide #northumberlandstrait #latergram


Stairs to the east #pei #victoria #victoriabythesea #beach #red #lowtide #northumberlandstrait #latergram


Horizon #pei #victoria #victoriabythesea #beach #red #lowtide #northumberlandstrait #latergram


Family on the shore #pei #victoria #victoriabythesea #beach #red #lowtide #northumberlandstrait #latergram
11:06 Celebration of Feast Day involves pilgrimage to St. Anne’s Church »Journal-Pioneer Living
Feast Day of St. Anne and St. Joachim Pilgrimage on Friday, July 29, St. Anne’s Parish, Hope River, will celebrate the Feast Day of the blessed Virgin Mary’s parents and invites all pilgrims to celebrate holy mass at 10:30 a.m. following a pilgrimage walk to the church.
11:03 Another refugee family arriving in P.E.I. this week  »Journal-Pioneer Local
The latest in the story about the Syrian refugee family facing delays in coming to Canada is that all nine members are expected to arrive in Charlottetown Thursday.
09:37 PEI Native Council Will be ‘Consulted’ After Mi’kmaq E Gaming Cover Up ‘Kickback’ Is ‘Rigged Up’ »redlikeme.ca
The Native Council of PEI wants to know why the group was not consulted regarding building plans and potential duplication of services, on the proposed Mi’kmaq Confederacy building.    The Native Council was left out because the entire scheme-deal is a kickback to MCPEI for complicity in the E Gaming coverup. MCPEI has kept its mouth … Continue reading PEI Native Council Will be ‘Consulted’ After Mi’kmaq E Gaming Cover Up ‘Kickback’ Is ‘Rigged Up’
09:11 Chance of showers/thundershowers later today across PEI.. »peistormchaser
Thursday July 28th 9:10am.. A weak cold front oriented basically east-west is located just north of PEI and extends from central NB through Newfoundland. This front will slowly drop southward today and be located just south of tomorrow. Showers and … Continue reading
09:10 Foster children need our love »The Guardian - Opinion
Prince Edward Island has many caring souls. Islanders regularly donate time and money to important cause upon important cause. Sadly, we are falling woefully short in foster parenting – a critical area of care that is in dire need of people stepping forward. Wayne MacFarlane, president of the ...
09:00 An equal society is a beautiful idea – just not a reality »The Guardian - Opinion
Pride is about people, not politics. The reason Montague Mayor Richard Collins gave for refusing to fly the Pride flag this week is that “…everybody is welcome and you don’t need a flag to do that.” According to Collins, “There is only one race in this world and it’s the human race, and we’re ...
08:44 Bunbury Road/Fort Augustus Road intersection closed after motorcycle, car collide »The Guardian - Local News
MOUNT HERBERT — Emergency crews are at the scene of a serious motorcycle accident outside of Stratford. A car and a motorcycle collided at the corner of Fort Augustus and Bunbury roads near the P.E.I. Addictions Treatment Centre in Mount Herbert about 7 a.m. this morning. Crews were ...
08:44 Serious motorcycle, car collision this morning outside of Bunbury »The Guardian - Local News
Accident happened about 7 a.m. at "T" intersection of Bunbury, Fort Agustus roads near Addictions Treatment Centre
08:30 Protect our precious angels »The Guardian - Opinion
Please allow me to offer my sincere condolences to the family of a tiny angel, Taliyah Marsman, of Calgary, Alberta. Her precious life was stolen at the age of five by a person who is beyond description. This beautiful girl, like my little angel Sienna Belle who lives in Calgary, is seared into ...
08:21 Red Ensign could have role »The Guardian - Opinion
The Maple Leaf was officially adopted as the national flag of Canada on Feb. 15, 1965, in spite of the objections of former Prime Minister John Diefenbaker. Up to that time the unofficial flag of Canada had been the Canadian Red Ensign, the latest version of which had been adopted in 1957. It ...
08:15 After Scalping The Public Routinely, Forked Tongue Tim Banks Chimes About Respect for the Mi’kmaq »redlikeme.ca
In a thinly veiled attempt to appease Charlottetown Area Development Corporation and get his way on a land deal, ‘Forked Tongue’ loudmouth Tim Banks of APM gets his opinion as a ‘News’ article in the Liberal rag, The Guardian.  Tim Banks and the Guardian, in concert trying to ‘Manufacture Consent’ from the Public, and help … Continue reading After Scalping The Public Routinely, Forked Tongue Tim Banks Chimes About Respect for the Mi’kmaq
08:10 Saltwater Moon a true delight »The Guardian - Opinion
Every Sunday night in Georgetown this summer there is a little theatre piece called Saltwater Moon that brings the King’s Playhouse to life in the most delightful way. Sparks fly all over the stage as Island actors Fraser McCallum and Marli Trecartin exchange zingers and hard truths, balanced ...
07:52 Daily Specials for Thursday, July 28, 2016 »Casa Mia Daily Specials

The Daily Specials at Casa Mia Restaurant for Thursday, July 28, 2016 are:

  • Chicken Havarti Wrap $12.99 Sauteed chicken in a whole wheat tortilla with shredded carrot, cucumber, havarti cheese and avocado sauce. Served with side house salad.
  • Broccoli and Cheddar Soup $4.99

Casa Mia Restaurant
131 Queen Street
Charlottetown, PE
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07:34 Rural Discrimination Fostered By PEI’s First Overtly Gay Premier, Do GBLT and Q Care About The Poor? »redlikeme.ca
To this point in time, the only Historic achievement by PEI’s overtly Gay Premier has been serving as the Parade Marshal of the Pride Parade in 2015, now he has turned his hand to fostering Rural Discrimination. Opinion piece submitted to Red Like Me. Rightly so, it is illegal to discriminate a person for being … Continue reading Rural Discrimination Fostered By PEI’s First Overtly Gay Premier, Do GBLT and Q Care About The Poor?
06:59 Tim Banks praises Charlottetown waterfront proposal »The Guardian - Local News
Calls Mi’kmaq Confederacy of P.E.I.’s building an excellent idea in an excellent location
06:26 Mi’kmaq proposal for Charlottetown waterfront goes to public meeting »The Guardian - Local News
Asking for permit to allow car rental buisiness inside building planned along Water Street
06:26 Native Council of P.E.I. upset with Mi’kmaq building proposal »The Guardian - Local News
Confederacy asking for permit to allow car rental business inside three-storey building planned along Charlottetown's Water Street
05:15 Sexton: Living with dying »The Guardian - Opinion
I recently had a friend leave this life. From her diagnosis until shortly before her death I truly believed if anyone could beat cancer it would be her. She was one of the strongest minded people I knew. She had that force of will that made things happen. Telling her she couldn’t do something ...
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