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Sunday January 25, 2015

23:19 Vipers nearing 20-win mark »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Total of 11 different players record points
23:02 Red Wings move closer to second place »Journal-Pioneer Sports
ABRAM-VILLAGE – The Arsenault’s Fish Mart Western Red Wings moved closer to second place in the Island Junior Hockey League on Sunday night.
22:56 Island women 2-2 at junior curling nationals »The Guardian - Sports
22:56 Island women 2-2 at junior curling nationals »Journal-Pioneer Sports
22:32 Beckingham, VanderVelden spark Lynx’s offence »Journal-Pioneer Sports
CRAPAUD – Ryan Beckingham and Brady VanderVelden each had three points to lead the Southside Lynx to a lopsided win on Sunday night.
22:07 Birt, O’Rourke to decide title Monday »The Guardian - Sports
Defending champion eliminated Sunday
21:48 Charlottetown man facing charges of assault causing bodily harm, robbery with weapon »The Guardian - Local News
A 31-year-old city man is facing charges of robbery with an offensive weapon and assault causing bodily harm after being arrested Sunday morning. Police would not say what kind of weapon was used but that the robbery and assault occurred in a Kent Street residence at approximately 4:30 a.m. The ...
21:09 Stephen Harper government braces for grilling on oil price plunge, sputtering economy »The Guardian - Local News
OTTAWA - Move over Mike Duffy and Julian Fantino. The stars of past parliamentary theatre will be supporting players on Monday as MPs return to the House of Commons and the economy takes centre stage. The Senate expenses scandal and the government's treatment of armed forces veterans will ...
21:01 Leaving the Diner »justpictureit
photo - Leaving the Diner

I posted shots from this time back in June when they were freshly taken. I sharpened this shot which made a huge difference but I have a copy of the original which I like as well.

20:14 UPDATED: Birt, O’Rourke to decide P.E.I. women's curling title Monday »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Defending champion eliminated Sunday
19:31 Roger Meek Division standings getting interesting »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Mariners overcome three-goal deficit to beat Caps
18:26 Tired Iron Club seeking info, photos on Prince County farm equipment dealers »Journal-Pioneer Local
CARLETON, LOT 6 – Without fail, any time members of the West Prince Tired Iron Antique Tractor Club gather, the subject comes around to old tractors and farm machinery.
18:17 Moncton RCMP search for suspicious man reportedly carrying firearm »The Guardian - Local News
MONCTON, N.B. - RCMP officers are searching a neighbourhood in Moncton, N.B., after receiving a report today of a suspicious male walking down a street with what appeared to be a firearm. Police searched a large area of northwest Moncton after receiving the complaint at about 11:15 a.m. A news ...
18:15 Wade MacLauchlan, next premier of Prince Edward Island, coy on election timing »The Guardian - Local News
Wade MacLauchlan finds himself in an envious position in Canadian politics - set to become head of a governing party and premier after being the sole leadership candidate.MacLauchlan is poised to replace Robert Ghiz as premier of Prince Edward Island following a Liberal leadership convention ...
18:03 Miracle in a garbage bin »The Guardian - Local News
South Rustico woman gets stolen wallet and precious memories back
17:56 Gaudet gets win as Mariners overcome three-goal deficit to beat Capitals »The Guardian - Sports
SUMMERSIDE – The Summerside Western Capitals could not make a 4-1 lead stand up on Sunday afternoon.The Yarmouth Mariners got one back late in the opening period to go into the first intermission down 4-2, then tied the game before the second period was over and outscored the Capitals 4-1 in ...
17:46 One step at a time »Journal-Pioneer Opinion
Mike Redmond wants to turn Fanningbank into a museum.
17:41 Mariners overcome three-goal deficit to beat Caps »Journal-Pioneer Sports
SUMMERSIDE – The Summerside Western Capitals could not make a 4-1 lead stand up on Sunday afternoon.
17:04 Another White Juan? (1 Words) »PEIinfo.ca | New Topics
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17:02 [PHOTO] Looking up from Union Station, Toronto »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
Exiting Union Station proper for the Union Station subway, there's a narrow gap open to the sky that lets people look up at the towers of the Financial District and the Royal York Hotel.

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16:37 Sunshine expected tomorrow across PEI… Snow on Tuesday »peistormchaser
Sunday January 25th 4:35pm.. The storm system that brought the rain, snow and wind to the region last night is now located off the Labrador coast and continues to pull away to the NE, meanwhile a NW-SE ridge of high … Continue reading
16:33 Storm loses to Miracles »The Guardian - Sports
Worst beat first Sunday in National Basketball League of Canada play in Charlottetown. The Atlantic Division-leading Island Storm lost to the Moncton Miracles 120-111. The visiting Miracles improved to 7-16 while the Storm falls to 15-8. The Miracles led 28-22 after the first quarter and the ...
16:33 Storm loses to Miracles »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Worst beat first Sunday in National Basketball League of Canada play in Charlottetown. The Atlantic Division-leading Island Storm lost to the Moncton Miracles 120-111. The visiting Miracles improved to 7-16 while the Storm falls to 15-8. The Miracles led 28-22 after the first quarter and the ...
16:33 UPDATED: Storm loses to Miracles »The Guardian - Sports
Island Storm coach Joe Salerno was embarrassed by his team’s performance Sunday in losing 120-111 to the last-place Moncton Miracles. The Saint John Mill Rats pounded the Miracles by 48 on Saturday and the Storm had a week to prepare. “To come out here and lose in the nature we did to a team ...
16:33 UPDATED: Storm loses to Miracles »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Island Storm coach Joe Salerno was embarrassed by his team’s performance Sunday in losing 120-111 to the last-place Moncton Miracles. The Saint John Mill Rats pounded the Miracles by 48 on Saturday and the Storm had a week to prepare. “To come out here and lose in the nature we did to a team ...
14:31 North Winsloe man arrested for impaired driving »The Guardian - Local News
A 35-year-old North Winsloe man will answer to impaired driving charges after an arrest early Saturday morning. Charlottetown police arrested the man while conducting routine patrols at 3 a.m. Saturday on Enman Crescent. Police said they observed a vehicle operating in a suspicious ...
14:12 Cleaning up before the storm »Journal-Pioneer Local
Rain and falling temperatures leave routes icy
14:11 Dolan stays alive in Scotties »The Guardian - Sports
Defending champion scores three in last end to defeat O’Rourke
14:11 Dolan stays alive in Scotties »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Defending champion scores three in last end to defeat O’Rourke
13:04 Deep Cycle Batteries (51 Words) »PEIinfo.ca | New Topics
Does anyone know if the junk yard or any scrap yards sell deep cycle batteries.

Not looking for automotive but deep cycle ones that would be good for a solar/ wind system.

If anyone has any let me know. UPS batteries/Marine/Large Deep cycle/ fork lift batteries...
13:04 Questions for some true Islanders (134 Words) »PEIinfo.ca | New Topics
Good Morning All, Over the past few months our family has been strongly considering moving out to PEI. We come from Southwestern Ontario and we definitely love the idea of the "Islander Lifestyle" after living in one of the most busy and modernized area's of Canada. I was wondering if anyone would like to give me there 2 cents worth on living on the island, getting settled into the surroundings or really anything you could see as being useful knowledge any bit would help! I myself am a heavy equipment mechanic, my father is a truck driver and mother is a personal support worker so i figure finding work shouldnt be too big of an issue but hard to be sure from this far away. Looking Forward to hearing from you! Cheers Tom...
13:02 City of Charlottetown Snowshoeing Event @ Victoria Park is cancelled for today »CBC Storm Centre - PEI
13:02 Confederation Bridge is currently open to all traffic. »CBC Storm Centre - PEI
13:02 Special Olympic PEI 5 pin bowling @ Credit Union Place is cancelled »CBC Storm Centre - PEI
12:30 Storytime Postcards »Misfortune Cookie

I absolutely love getting mail and I love sending mail. In a day and age where the only thing that tends to show up in our mailboxes are bills, it’s nice to come home to a handwritten something from someone. That’s why I decided to start this project, which as the title suggests is called […]

The post Storytime Postcards appeared first on Stephanie Cooke.

11:59 Just as one weather system leaves another is forecast to hit Tuesday »The Guardian - Local News
Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for all of Prince Edward Island warning of another major weather system that could impact the province Tuesday. The statement said that most of the Island will see significant amounts of snow accompanied by very strong winds. Overnight ...
11:58 Bob MacLean declared NDP candidate for District 13 »The Guardian - Local News
Another name has been added to the NDP's list of candidates for the upcoming provincial election. The party announced on Saturday that Bob MacLean was officially declared the NDP candidate for District 13 Charlottetown-Brighton during a nomination meeting at Jack Blanchard Hall on Saturday. "I ...
11:16 Nothing makes me smile more »Island Musings
Than a little boy and his best buddy. 
11:04 The Rawtarian Raw Cleanse ~ My Experience »Life on a Canadian Island
10:47 Deadline nears for provincial senior curling championships »Journal-Pioneer Sports
CHARLOTTETOWN – The P.E.I. Credit Unions provincial senior men’s and women’s curling championships, for curlers age 50 and over, will be held at the Montague Curling Club from Feb. 20 to 24, 2015.
10:38 Veronicavermillion pulls off upset in feature »Journal-Pioneer Sports
10:30 Wild drops OT decision to first-place Flyers »Journal-Pioneer Sports
KENSINGTON – It may have been a loss, but the Kensington Monaghan Farms Wild proved they can play with the league’s best team.
10:11 Shea’s four-point effort keys Regals’ win »Journal-Pioneer Sports
CHARLOTTETOWN – TJ Shea had two goals and two assists to lead the Western Regals to a 9-1 triumph over the Charlottetown Abbies on Saturday afternoon.
10:00 Canadan Tire, province team up to promote fitness in schools »The Guardian - Business
The provincial government is partnering with Canadian Tire to provide physical activity equipment to Prince Edward Island schools, says Premier Robert Ghiz. “I am thrilled to see our local school communities joining the Active at School movement to get our children moving for an hour a day,” ...
09:54 Ellis named game’s first star »Journal-Pioneer Sports
WHEELING, W.V. – Wheeling Nailers defenceman Morgan Ellis of East Bideford was named the first star of Friday night’s East Coast Hockey League game.
09:52 Ling scores for Beast »Journal-Pioneer Sports
BRAMPTON, Ont. – David Ling of Charlottetown scored for the Brampton Beast in East Coast Hockey League action here on Saturday night.
09:15 Regarding Ivan, or Allan, or The ‘Toxic Mac Twins’ ? Heaped Up ‘Ghiz Baggage’ »redlikeme.ca
Wade MacLaughlin can obviously get on CBC anytime he wants and talk about ‘nothing’, at his leisure, but off camera he is busy every moment, piling up what the ‘Party ‘ chooses to refer to as, ‘Ghiz Baggage’. The Liberal back room hacks are in full damage control, flailing, panicking  and messing in their pants. … Continue reading Regarding Ivan, or Allan, or The ‘Toxic Mac Twins’ ? Heaped Up ‘Ghiz Baggage’
09:04 Wade MacLauchlan (20 Words) »PEIinfo.ca | New Topics
Will our new premier have to enter all government buildings by the " backdoor or the rear so to speak......
09:02 Canoe Cove Presbyterian 9:30 service is cancelled »CBC Storm Centre - PEI
Due to the current power outage...
09:02 Confederation Bridge Traffic Restriction »CBC Storm Centre - PEI
The Confederation Bridge has restricted certain classes of vehicles from crossing until the current high wind situation changes.  Restricted classes include automobiles towing trailers, motorcycles, high sided vehicles including trucks, tractor trailers, recreational vehicles, and buses.  You will be advised...
09:02 Redshores Summerside Breakfast Buffet is cancelled »CBC Storm Centre - PEI
The breakfast buffet at the West End Bar & Grill on the lower level of Redshores Summerside is cancelled for today...
07:16 Farewell to Nova Scotia, Scotiabank is Destroying The Name Without Care »redlikeme.ca
Farewell to Nova Scotia from the Bank of Nova Scotia, as the giant bank brand morphs into Scotiabank. The Bank has made determined effort to separate itself from the loser image the Province has found itself with. In fact the Bank has evolved such that Nova Scotia and the Bank Of Nova Scotia have zero … Continue reading Farewell to Nova Scotia, Scotiabank is Destroying The Name Without Care
06:59 Daily Specials for Sunday, January 25, 2015 »Casa Mia Daily Specials

The Daily Specials at Casa Mia Restaurant for Sunday, January 25, 2015 are:

  • Italian Style Sausage and Potato Soup...4.99
  • Blueberry-Cream Cheese Stacked Waffles with Caramel Sauce, Whipped Cream and Peppered Black Forest Ham.

Casa Mia Restaurant
131 Queen Street
Charlottetown, PE
Telephone: (902) 367-4440
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00:35 Four more points for women's basketball Panthers »The Guardian - Sports
The UPEI Panthers won their second four-point game in a row on Saturday night. Trailing the UNB Varsity Reds 19-18 at the half, the Panthers outscored their opponents 20-15 in the third quarter and 19-15 in the final period for a 57-49 win. Anne Kiberd had 12 points to lead the Panthers while ...
00:27 Driving caution issued »Journal-Pioneer Local
RCMP advise roads very slippery, especially in Prince County
00:23 Panthers lose to Varsity Reds »The Guardian - Sports
The UNB Varsity Reds leapfrogged the UPEI Panthers into first place in the Atlantic University Sport men’s basketball standings. The Reds defeated the Panthers 86-75 at UPEI to end the Panthers' six-game winning streak. UNB held quarter leads of 20-19, 50-36 and 72-56. Javon Masters had a ...
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