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Saturday November 1, 2014

07:00 Election tide rising »The Guardian - Local News
Charlottetown mayoral candidates tackle two of the bigger issues in the campaign, cleaning up the harbour and developing a new water source
00:08 Abandoned Mount Stewart area building heavily damaged by fire »The Guardian - Local News
Fire heavily damaged an abandoned building just outside of Mount Stewart Friday night. Firefighters from the Mount Stewart Fire Department were first on the scene arriving just after 8:30 p.m. They remained there until the East River Fire Department, which provides coverage for that particular ...

Friday October 31, 2014

23:32 Experienced Hurricanes crew looking for return to nationals »The Guardian - Sports
With age comes wisdom for the Holland College Hurricanes men's basketball team and hopefully with its application, a national collegiate championship in March.And that suits third-year forward Chase Bowden, 24, just fine."We're old guys. We're probably the oldest team in Canada," said Bowden ...
23:23 Hurricanes have depth down low this season to help drive offence »The Guardian - Sports
The Holland College Hurricanes have size, strength and depth it hopes leads them back to the promised land this season. The Hurricanes are coming off their best Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association (ACAA) women’s basketball season with a 19-2 record. They finished second in the playoffs and ...
23:00 The Crack of Dawn »justpictureit
photo - The Crack of Dawn

"A sunrise is special when shared with a cat." Ruby is on the left, Purrl on the right.

23:00 Second period sinks Isles »The Guardian - Sports
The Moncton Wildcats scored five second-period goals to defeat the Charlottetown Islanders 7-4 Friday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Will Smith had two goals and an assist while Conor Garland also scored twice for the host Wildcats. Ivan Barbashev, Alexandre Jacob and Zachary ...
22:32 Prince County bantam players biggest losers with new four-team league »Journal-Pioneer Sports
There are only four teams in the P.E.I. Irving Oil Bantam AAA Hockey League this season, and only one team taking in the associations of Summerside and west.
22:27 NFL’s most popular costumes »Journal-Pioneer Sports
With Friday being Halloween night, The Freak is once again looking at the NFL’s most popular costumes this season:
22:21 Final live card of season at SRW on Sunday »Journal-Pioneer Sports
The final live harness racing card of the 2014 season at Red Shores at Summerside Raceway is Sunday, with the starter calling Race 1 at 1 p.m.
22:06 No Gambling in China, Ghiz Visiting Gambling Mecca Macau »redlikeme.ca
There is no gambling allowed in China although it happens in many forms. Nonetheless, PEI Premier Robert Ghiz, having completed his “trade mission” to Bejing China, opening an ice cream stand for Cows ice cream from PEI, the consummate gambler … Continue reading
21:43 Men's hockey Panthers lose 4-1 to SMU »The Guardian - Sports
Stephen Johnston scored twice to lead the Saint Mary’s Huskies to a 4-1 victory Friday over the UPEI Panthers in Atlantic University Sport (AUS) men’s hockey action. Bradley Greene and Stephen MacAullay also scored in the win. Jamie Doornbosch, Steven Shipley, Matt Tipoff, Francis Menard and ...
20:43 PEI Meddling, Delays Provincial Purchasing, Millions in Generic Drug Savings Lost »redlikeme.ca
Generic drugs did not just appear yesterday although PEI Minister of Health Doug Currie would have Islanders believe it was some new breakthrough. In fact, Generic drug manufacturers have been saving health providers billions against heavy lobbying by the Big … Continue reading
19:50 Journal Pioneer offering as-it-happens election night coverage »Journal-Pioneer Local
Voting Day: Monday, Nov. 3, 2014
19:14 Red Wings entertain Hurricanes Sunday »Journal-Pioneer Sports
ABRAM-VILLAGE – The Arsenault’s Fish Mart Western Red Wings will host the Holland College Hurricanes in an Island Junior Hockey League game Sunday.
19:09 Clippers look to increase intensity »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Host Souris in semifinal game Saturday night
18:45 Pride at Friday, October 31, 2014 at 6:45 »Tonight at City Cinema
Only 9 days left to see this film.

Rated: 14 Accompaniment (Coarse Language, Mature Theme)
Runs: 120 minutes
Director: Matthew Warchus
Country: UK
Released: 2014
Starring: Imelda Staunton, Andrew Scott, Bill Nighy, Dominic West, Freddie Fox

“A crowd-pleaser in the best sense of the word... I couldn't have liked it more.” - Peter Travers, Rolling Stone. “It’s the holy grail for filmmakers: to tell a story with something to say about our world that is also shamelessly entertaining, moving and funny. Pride recalls how a small group of gay activists took a trip from London to rural South Wales in 1984 to lend their support to a beleaguered village during the miners’ strike. Their reasoning was that the miners were going through a struggle not so different to their own. And what joy and pain director Matthew Warchus and writer Stephen Beresford unearth as they detail awkward meetings that blossom into unlikely friendships and personal breakthroughs. The ‘gays’, as the Welsh call them, are led by young Mark Ashton, loud and determined. Those at his side in Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners (LGSM) include barely out Joe and a couple, actor Jonathan and his more meek partner Gethin, for whom a return to Wales holds special meaning. An equally sprawling cast of Welsh characters includes Hefina, Dai and Cliff. Both ‘sides’ meet on various occasions, culminating in a raucous visit to London when Mark and his comrades organise a series of ‘Pits and Perverts’ fundraising concerts.... The beauty of Beresford’s script is that it champions solidarity while never ignoring solo experience; helped by a strong cast, he finds moments of truth for so many characters in some very effective brief scenes. In tone, ‘Pride’ bears comparison with British social comedies like The Full Monty, Billy Elliot and Brassed Off: it’s populist, touching, full of songs, and it mounts a twin raid on our tear ducts and funny bones. But where Pride has the edge over those films is in a progressive touch that anchors it in 2014. That’s not to say Pride is especially daring; but for a defiantly mainstream film, it’s free of coyness or embarrassment and unashamed of shouting about the powers of solidarity, friendship and empathy. It’s a joyous film, full of love and warmth but unafraid to admit that with sticking out your neck comes struggle and sorrow. Truly lovely.” - Dave Calhoun, Time Out

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18:39 Lot 16 group collecting names of past and present enlisted people »Journal-Pioneer Local
LOT 16 –Sitting around a farmhouse kitchen table, Eddie Clark, Keith Barrett and Edith MacLean reminisce about the days of CFB Summerside and the military boys who used to visit or board on their respective farms.
18:00 Gas prices slashed again; prices drop nearly 15 cents per litre in October »The Guardian - Local News
The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission is set to hand Prince Edward Island drivers a treat on this Halloween weekend. The Guardian has learned gas prices will take another cut, dropping 4.2 cents per litre effective 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014. That will push pump prices down to ...
17:55 Ward 7 vote will bring new councillor to city hall »Journal-Pioneer Local
Voters in Summerside Wards 7 and 8 will have a new city councillor following Monday’s municipal election.
17:55 Ward 7 vote will bring new councilor to city hall »Journal-Pioneer Local
SUMMERSIDE – Voters in Summerside’s Ward 7 will have a new city councillor following Monday’s municipal election.
17:33 Panthers advance to AUS men's soccer semifinal »The Guardian - Sports
17:33 UPDATE: Panthers advance to AUS men's soccer semifinal »The Guardian - Sports
17:00 [PHOTO] Me, wearing a lobster claw, at Welcome to Colville, AGO »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
16:39 Storm defeat Rainmen by two »The Guardian - Sports
Point guard Myron Strong’s three-point play with 15 seconds left was the difference as the Island Storm defeated the Halifax Rainmen 93-91 Friday morning in Halifax. Strong and Brandon Robinson lead the Storm attack with 12 each while Nick Evans had 11 and eight rebounds during the National ...
16:33 McGuigan getting to know Caps »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Full week of practice in preparation for two weekend games
16:22 Justin Bourque to serve 75 years before parole eligibility for RCMP killings »The Guardian - Local News
MONCTON, N.B. – Justin Bourque has been sentenced to serve 75 years in prison before he can apply for parole for the June 4 shooting rampage that killed three RCMP officers and wounded two others in Moncton. Judge David Smith of the Court of Queen's Bench in New Brunswick delivered his ...
16:08 Wild hosting unfamiliar opponents this weekend »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Nova Scotia teams visit Gardens
15:56 Part of city's North River Road closed to traffic »The Guardian - Local News
The City of Charlottetown Water and Sewer Utility is advising the public that there is a water main break on North River Road. North River Road will be closed to traffic between McGill Avenue and Brighton Road until the necessary repairs are complete. A news release says utility crews will work ...
15:28 Cows moo-ves into Chinese market »The Guardian - Local News
Cows ice cream – an icon of both tourism and food production on Prince Edward Island – is set to enter an exciting new marketplace with the opening of its first store in China. Cows held its grand opening Friday on Gongti North Road in Chaoyang District in Beijing. This is the first Cows ...
15:12 Another look at amalgamation »Journal-Pioneer Opinion
First it was Bedeque, now O’Leary. More accurately, it will be O’Leary and the 33 unincorporated communities that surround it.
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